from San Jose to Liberia | 7-nights
Adventurous; moderate level of fitness is required; extended walking and stairs involved; active itinerary
FOR CLUBS & GROUPS
Best Time to Go:
November - April
Available Dates: Your Choice
Dedicated Private Group:
Based on hotel availability
Trip Leader Comp: One (1) with 15 paid full fare.
Tour only – not including pre-stay nor flight
Group Space needs to be held approx 6 - 8 months in advance of departure date, so pre-planning is important
Deposit to hold space: $ 250
Deposit is 100% refundable without penalty for 60 – 90 days (based on when you book) so you can promote within your group to see if it’s a “GO”.
Liability to club: NONE
Easy Payment Plan available to all your travelers
Final Payment approx 50 days before departure
Flights – best pricing these days is found online during airline specials. We don’t book flights, but we'll gladly let you know the airlines specials to share with your group. Always recommend your travelers book directly online with the airline – discourage 3rd party sites like Fly.com, Expedia…
Group Air is available, but pricing is no longer competitive with online and seats cannot be selected (so you will get a lot of middle seats).
Weather during November - April:
Drier and cooler - think "Florida in the winter."
Generally, the rainy season (or "green season") is from May to mid-November in most of the country, with notable exceptions on the Caribbean coast. Costa Ricans call this wet time of year their winter. The dry season, considered summer by Costa Ricans, is from mid-November to April.
Currency: Costa Rican Colón
Electric: Costa Rica uses 110 volt, 60 cycle electricity, same as the US. Plugs are typically the 2-pronged flat type, so US travelers will not typically need a converter or adapter.
VISA - NO Visa is required
Exit tax is $29 USD - 1 page per entry stamp. You can pay in cash (USD), Colones or credit card. If you have checked in online, stop by the airline counter to get yourself verified of the exit tax payment. They usually have to put a stamp on your boarding pass that you paid the exit tax.
Immunization/Shots: According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are no obligatory vaccines you need before traveling to this location (unless visiting on your own to remote areas). Check your records to see if it's time to update your routine shots. The DPT vaccines, which protect against diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus, should be updated every 10 years.
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Policy subject to change per cruise line or tour operator’s conditions.
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