Plats & karta
No, you don’t, but we always recommend you to talk to your local medical provider.
Yes, you do.
No Visa is required to go to Costa Rica on vacation if you are a U.S. or Canadian national and are planning to stay less than 90 days. You do need a valid passport and a valid return ticket within 90 days of your departure.
Costa Rica is one of the safest countries in Latin America. As always please be aware of your surroundings. If you for any reason feel uncomfortable let us know and we will advise. Our number-one priority is your safety!
Costa Rica has a tropical climate and two seasons, the dry season and the green season. The dry season is generally between December and April with very low to no rainfall, and the green season is between May and November when rainfall occurs. The temperatures are similar year-round. The temperatures vary between 86-95 degrees Fahrenheit (30-35 Celsius) daytime at sea level and 77-83 degrees Fahrenheit (25-28 Celisus) at night time. The mountain temperatures differ between 68-86 degrees Fahrenheit (20-30 Celsius) daytime and between 57-72 degrees Fahrenheit (14-22 Celsius) at night time depending on where you are in the country.