Expert Travel Advice to Costa Rica

Top Answers To Costa Rica Travel Questions

  • CaribbeanMaven answered:
    Hi Chris, there's a small Adventure Park in Cozumel that has a zipline, though it's not the best. Obviously, though, Cozumel snorkeling is fantastic. You might also consider somewhere like Dominica, a small island with both amazing snorkeling and a mountainous, rainforest interior. Rain Forest Adventures Dominica features the highest zip line tour in the southern Caribbean. Soufriere-Scotts Head Bay and Champagne Beach are both popular local spots for snorkeling!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Thanks for the question, Bumper. I think Away.com's family travel expert, Steve Jermanok, answered this very thing in his post, "Worth the Drive in Costa Rica," on the Away.com travel blog. Take a read and get back to us if you have any further questions. I'm sure Steve would be more than happy to offer additional insights! http://blogs.away.com/travel/2007/12/worth-the-drive.html
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    Anonymous user answered:
    You can get good deals anytime during the year. I used this website for traveling down to Costa Rica with my family and it proved to be an amazing resource: http://www.naturefamilyadventures.com/index.html. I'd recommend it to anyone!
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Lots of open-ended strands to this question, Rich, but in general, yes, Costa Rica should be a great place to retire with a lower cost of living than U.S., good weather, laid-back lifestyle, and fascinating culture, landscapes, people, etc.

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