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Welcome

Here will be built a holiday resort in Costa Rica. Discover with us the land of our dreams.

Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful natural paradises worldwide. The optimistic serenity of Ticos (official name of the locals) is contagious!

Two coasts - two seas! The climate in Costa Rica is tropical to subtropical. There are, spread across the country, several climate zones. Despite or perhaps because of the rainy season Costa Rica is throughout the year worth more than one trip.

From December to April it rains throughout the country at least, which is why this time is also considered high season. Advantages of the low season are lower prices for accommodation and car hire, and of course the "fully in the juice" standing vegetation.

Pura Vida

Pura Vida, a characteristic phrase of Costa Rican, which literally means "pure life". Daily and everywhere is Pura Vida used as an expression of lifestyle, to say "Thanks" and just used for greeting or farewell.

The mid-1990s was the term officially accepted in the dictionary.

The Landscape

You can still find many secluded coves where the sun reflected in the sea. The beautiful landscape offers an incredible palette of endless low and high levels,where pineapples, bananas, coffee, and more are grown. Impressive mountain ranges, active volcanoes, crystal clear rivers and waterfalls can be found scattered all over the country. Rainforest, dry forest and cloud forest waiting to be discovered. Costa Rica is a country with charming traditions, diverse culture and friendly people - come and experience it for yourself. You will fall in love . .

Entry Regulations For Tourists

An entry to Costa Rica runs smoothly normally. Germans, Austrians, Swiss and U.S. citizens do not need a visa, but a valid passport for a tourist stay. But you must hav a return ticket to exit Costa Rica (either to return to the country of origin or to go to another country). The passport should be valid for more than 180 days. If you enter via the USA you have to observe other provisions.

Vaccinations

Hepatitis A: recommended vaccination 10 to 14 days before departure

Hepatitis B: recommended vaccination 4 - 8 weeks before departure

The yellow fever vaccination is not recommended. If entering Costa Rica via Panama or other countries where yellow fever occurs the vaccination is required.

A malaria vaccination is not mandatory. There have been only a few specific cases of infection known. A good mosquito repellent is, depending on the travel area, certainly recommended.

Generally it is recommended to consult your doctor prior to departure.