Costa Rica has become one of the most excitement places to be visited according to a recent article published by USA Today Travel.
Planning your vacation to Costa Rica can be the adventure before your adventure: a chance to try on the options and decide what’s right for your traveling group.
Most of the tourist destinations in Costa Rica are a few hours apart by car, but many of these areas are also serviced by small airports, and domestic flights are a convenient way to travel quickly from place to place.
What's the COVID situation in Costa Rica?
According to the World Health Organization, cases of COVID-19 are trending downward again in Costa Rica after spikes in late November and early December. During the week of Feb. 8, the last week for which WHO has complete data, there were just over 2.700 cases, a 13% drop from the previous week.
Getting to Costa Rica
Most major U.S. airlines offer direct flights to Costa Rica from their hub airports to Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) in San Jose and Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport (LIR) in Liberia. Both airports are close to popular destinations and offer connecting flights to other destinations in Costa Rica.
Traveling within Costa Rica
Costa Rica is home to nearly 6% of the world’s biodiversity and has created a system of national parks and reserves that cover more than 25% of its land area. So, unsurprisingly, many of the star spots put nature front and center.
Source: USA Today.