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  1. Do I need a passport to go to Costa Rica?
    A valid passport is mandatory to enter Costa Rica. It should be valid during the following 6 months from the entry date to Costa Rica
  1. Do I need a visa to go to Costa Rica?
    Depending on your country of origin you may enter Costa Rica without a visa. USA, Canada and most European countries have this privilege
  1. Can I enter Costa Rica with a one way ticket?
    All visitors must have a round trip ticket as an entry requirement
  1. Do I need an international drivers license to drive in Costa Rica?
    You are allowed to drive with your normal drivers license for three months.
  1. Is the water drinkable in Costa Rica?
    The water is potable in most of the country. We recommend using bottled water, specially in areas around the coast
  1. What is the currency in Costa Rica?
    The Costa Rican currency is called Colon. US dollars and major credit cards are widely accepted
  1. Are credit cards accepted in Costa Rica.
    All major credit cards are widely accepted. You will find ATM machined distributed throughout the country
  1. What kind of inoculations do I have to take to Costa Rica?
    No vaccines are required to enter Costa Rica
  1. Do I need an electric adapter for a hair drier?
    Outlets are 110 V, with standard US two prong plugs
  1. How much is he departure tax?
    Departure tax is $26, can be paid in US Dollars, colones or with a credit cards.
  1. What is the sales tax in Costa Rica?
    Sales tax is 13%

  2. How Much Does a Trip Cost?

    At Tourcostarica, we want to help you plan and design the Costa Rica vacation that best suits your budget and interests. To help you do this, we’d like to give you an idea of the cost of the different travel options that we offer. The following breakdown is based on the average cost per person, double occupancy, of a variety of tour packages:

    Luxury Travel
    Our luxury itineraries are tailor designed and include the best hotels in each area – exquisite nature lodges and boutique hotels in idyllic settings – private ground transportation and a private, bilingual guide to help you experience some of Costa Rica’s greatest cultural and natural treasures. Special services such as transfers in a private plane, or helicopter, or luxury suites, will increase the cost of these programs.
    The price per person ranges from $300 to $450 per day, with some options costing more.  

    Premium Travel
    These trips include stays in charming small, or medium-sized hotels in natural settings (in the rainforest, near a volcano, or on a coffee farm) that offer friendly, personalized service and transportation with a bilingual guide, or driver, in some cases private and in others, shared. Itineraries usually include one outdoor activity per day.
    Cost per person averages $250 to $385 per day, or more.

    Moderately-priced Trips
    These itineraries include comfortable accommodations, usually outside towns and cities, and breakfasts. Some activities are included in each location, usually to a natural area with a local guide, but there are also free days, when you can choose from other activities at an additional cost, or simply relax. Land transportation is either shared, or in a rental car.
    Price per person averages $220 to $260 per day.

    Budget Trips
    These programs include comfortable accommodations, usually with breakfast included, near varied attractions. Few activities are included in the package, but plenty are available at an additional cost. Ground transportation is either shared, or in rental vehicle.
    Price per person averages $ 150 to $ 220 per day.
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