Costa Rica has unlimited tourist potential, and travel opportunities, and is one of the most visited international destinations with its plethora of grand adventures and tours, rich, vibrant, and thriving culture, and pristine tropical beaches and exotic lush jungle. While enjoying your intimate destination wedding or honeymoon, you will discover a land that is blessed with a sacred ancient secret remaining untold until the day you arrive. With so much to do and see, you’ll want to come back to Costa Rica again and again, perhaps for the perfect romantic anniversary getaway! You’ll experience charming cities and towns guarded by majestic volcanoes and rich rolling green hills, boasting major historical museums, art galleries, and theaters.
Enjoy Costa Rica’s breathtaking coastline, framed by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, by relaxing beneath the warming sun or taking a refreshing dip in the sparkling alluring waters, sit back and relax while sailing into the sunset aboard a catamaran, and experience a night of Costa Rica’s upbeat nightlife and vibrant entertainment. If you wish to be more active and see a bit more you can raft down the Pacuare River, hike Tortuguero, La Paz Waterfalls, Arenal Volcano and Monteverde on a nature escape, experience a thrill while gliding through the trees on a canopy zipline adventure, or explore the city’s highlights on a walking or biking tour. Whatever your dreams and desires are, Costa Rica will exceed even your greatest and most exciting expectations for your romantic destination wedding or honeymoon to make if that much more memorable and magical!
Costa Rica is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world. You will discover exotic primitive beaches framed by sparkling waters that are surrounded by lush tropical jungle and towering volcanoes. Wherever you enjoy your honeymoon in Costa Rica, there’s a unique charm to be discovered, thrilling adventures to explore, relaxation and fun for you to experience, and a timeless romance to be expressed. In Costa Rica you can spend the day strolling through the streets hand in hand, indulge in a luxurious spa treatment at one of Costa Rica’s exclusive resorts and spas, and tantalize your taste buds with authentic Costa Rican fare and sumptuously sweet desserts while admiring the stars above. If you’re looking for the sweet sound of the calming waves and the incoming tide, Costa Rica promises you an exotic and sentimental beach experience for your honeymoon. Choose an all-inclusive honeymoon package and stay in multiple cities with an array of intimate honeymoon suites, a variety of sunset dinner cruises with exceptional cuisine, thrilling and breathtaking excursions, and much more. Whatever you honeymoon wishes may be, reserve your most cherished memories in a land created for love and passion.
Language: The only official language of Costa Rica is Spanish. Even though Costa Rica is a Spanish speaking country, the people who work in Costa Rica’s tourism and travel industry, and other related fields, do speak English.
Time Zone: Coordinated Universal Time minus six (UTC-6)
Currency: The currency of Costa Rica is the Costa Rican colon and visitors who arrive without currency can obtain Euros at any bank, ATM, or exchange office. Most banks and ATMs accept debit cards and credit cards with international logos.
Entry & Exit Requirements: To enter Costa Rica a valid passport with at least one blank visa page is required. The expiration date on your passport must be greater than 30 days from your date of entry to Costa Rica. To enter Costa Rica you’ll also need a pre-paid airline ticket, or proof of financial resources, for this is proof you are able to leave Costa Rica. There is a $26 exit tax that you must pay at the international airport, either by cash or credit card, to leave Costa Rica.
Costa Rica experiences a wet season, which runs from May to November, and a dry season, which runs from December to April. During the wet season, mornings mostly bring sunshine while the afternoons bring splashes of rain. Although in the months of September and October harsh downpours fill the rivers and water the plethora of hills. The dry season brings warm sunny days that are left unspoiled by the rain. Due to its tropical climate the average temperature of Costa Rica is 72 degrees F, which increases on the coastal areas. Whether it’s rain or shine, Costa Rica has a very pleasant climate.
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