Costa Rica

FAQ

Is Costa Rica safe place to travel?
Generally, Costa Rica is a safe place to travel.  It is easy to get around the country by a variety of transport and overall the people are friendly and fun.  However, it is always wise to take certain precautions when travelling, such as not carrying all your valueables in one bag and to be aware of your surroundings.

It is also advised to take out travel insurance to cover any medical expenses or loss of belongings. And also to carry a photocopy of your passport and insurance policy in a separate bag.

Is the water safe to drink?
The water is safe to drink in all areas of the country. Nevertheless, it is suggestted that you to buy bottled water for drinking.  Bottled water is fairly cheap and readily available.  If your stomach is particularly sensitive use bottled water to brush your teeth as well.  In addition, order drinks without ice (sin hielo).

Do I need vaccinations to travel in Costa Rica?
Currently Typhoid and Hepatitis A vaccinations are recommended for travellers going to Costa Rica.  Diptheria, Tuberculosis, Hepatatis B and Rabies are sometimes recommended depending on your travel plans.  It is best to consult your doctor around 4 months before you travel to ensure you have all current information.

All travellers are advised to ensure that tetanus and polio vaccinations are kept up to date.

What is the time zone in Costa Rica?
Costa Rica is the same as U.S. Central Standard Time, but does not observe daylight savings.
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