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:
By: Greg Reeser My favorite tour is the Desafio Gravity Falls Extreme Combo because it includes three of the most fun activities there are to do in Costa Rica (canyoneering, mountain biking, and rafting). What better way to start th..
By: Kimberly On my days off I love going home. My last day off I went and did a few things I have never done before. My mother wanted me to go walk with her and dad around our family's property. I am not so into walking through oran..
The lively adventure-jungle town of Sarapiqui is making a big comeback especially now that the new highway joining La Fortuna to Sarapiqui will open the end of July 2017. Tourists can soon enjoy adventures in Sarapiqui in just over an hour's driv..
Advice on Going Solo in Costa Rica for Independent Travellers by Christine Larson I remember finding my father's Robert Frost book in his library and browsing the dog-eared pages to the heavily underlined part that read: "Two roads diverg..
We had a great time in Costa Rica and our tour guides were great, especially Ruben! He definitely made our 2 tours special. I recommend Desafio!