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Casa del Sol
Christmas Week: $1,050
Easter Week: $920
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Villa Rica
Easter Week: $3,300
Christmas Week: $3,300
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Villa Oasis
Mid-Season: May-Aug,Nov: $1900
High Season: Dec - April: $2700
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Villa Las Palmas
Year Round: $4000
Easter Week: $5000
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Villa Bougainvillea
November - August: $4000
September and October: $2500

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the weather going to be like?

The weather in Costa Rica ranges from cool and mild in the valleys, to tropical on the east coast, and to warm and breezy on the Pacifici Coast. The dry season begins mid-November and continues through to May. The Green Season, which consists of tropical rainstorms, begins in May, ends in November and is briefly interrupted by a period of cool sunny days in July.


What is the local currency?

The local currency is colones, but US dollars are accepted everywhere as well as all major credit cards.


Are passports required to visit Costa Rica?

Yes, passports are required to travel to Costa Rica. It is always a good idea to keep a copy of the title page and the entry stamp on you when traveling through-out the country.

 

What about health services?

According to the World Health Organization, Costa Rica has one of the best health care systems in the world. There are several hospitals in the country operated by the National Social Security system as well as privately run hospitals and clinics.

 

Can I drink the water?

Public water is purified throughout Costa Rica, so you should have no concerns when drinking the water. Tap water and ice are safe to consume.

 

Is it safe to visit Costa Rica?

Costa Rica does not have a serious crime problem and is not known as an unsafe country to travel through. Its crime rate is very low in comparison to other Latin American Countries, but as common sense dictates, travelers should always be careful and watch their valuables closely.

 

How are communications in Costa Rica?

Costa Rica's communication network is among the very best in Central America; once you get here you will be able to communicate with people by telephone, postal service, cellular phones and wireless internet.

 

How is the bus and transportation system?

Costa Rica provides an excellent ground transportation system, servicing from downtown San Jose to anywhere in the country, with companies such as Interbus, Gray Line, and Ecotrans all providing convenient and safe travel.