Traveler to Traveler Costa Rica Safety Tips
by Matt Tremblay, Desafio clilent
Costa Rica is a safe country to visit, but when travelling to any foreign country it is important to keep in mind the local culture and safety of that particular area. When you get there, the best thing to do is to talk to trustworthy local people, such as those who work in your hotel or local tour company. The workers are usually very familiar with the area and normally speak fluent English. Here are some things to ask:
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