Travel from the Dominican Republic to Costa Rica

After about 10 days in the Dominican Republic with our 3 #manhattanfriends returned home to NYC, we packed up and made our way to XXX airport. Our next stop was San Jose, Costa Rica, a return to the country after a visit only 4 years ago in 2014. Why return? Read on…

In 2014 we spent the majority of our time on the west coast, and didn’t see any (I think) of the Caribbean coast, and there is SO much to see in Costa Rica, if you love beaches, jungle and wildlife, this place has everything and is pretty well set up for tourism. Loads of the locals (Ticans) speak both Spanish and English, and it’s an overall very safe and easy going part of the world. Another point I will make is that car hire during the low season (X to X) is cheap as you can get!* We split the cost of the car hire between 3 of us and it was USD$250 for around 3 weeks, plus fuel costs. Note that we didn’t pay for any additional insurance (that’s your decision of course).

 
 

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