Q: What dietary accommodations
do you offer for specific diets?
A: We cater to all dietary needs, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and any other dietary restrictions. Our skilled chefs personalize meal plans to ensure a delightful and healthy dining experience tailored to your preferences.
Q: What are the visa and passport requirements for entering
A: Ensure your passport is valid for six months beyond your entry date. You also need to have a round-trip ticket or proof of onward travel out of Costa Rica.
Q: What should I bring for my trip to the Costa Rican jungles?
A: Prepare for a hot and humid climate by packing lightweight, breathable clothing. Comfortable hiking shoes are also recommended. Don't forget a first aid kit, a hat, and sunscreen.
Q: What travel insurance options are available for U.S. citizens traveling to Costa Rica?
A: There are various insurance options to cover different needs. TravelInsurance.com is a good starting point for comparing policies. It offers competitive rates and comprehensive coverage to ensure your peace of mind during the trip.
Q: Do you offer free cancellation options?
A: Yes, for greater flexibility in your travel plans, many of our retreat packages offer free cancellation options, allowing you to book with confidence.
Q: Can you provide more information about the retreat?
A: Our retreat stands out for its personalized approach. We strive to create unique experiences that match the expectations and preferences of each guest, ensuring an unforgettable stay focused on wellness, discovery, and relaxation in a stunning natural setting.
Q: When is the best time to visit Puerto Viejo?
A: The ideal times to visit are during the dry seasons, from February to April and September to October. During these periods, the weather is predominantly sunny, offering perfect conditions for beach activities, surfing, and exploring the natural landscapes.
Q: What is the climate like in Puerto Viejo?
A: Puerto Viejo enjoys a tropical climate, with the dry season providing sunny days ideal for outdoor activities. The wet season brings rains but often in short, intense showers followed by sunshine
Q: How can I get to Puerto Viejo?
A: You can arrive by air at Limon, Juan Santamaría, or San José airports. From San José, regular buses depart from the Terminal de Buses del Caribe to Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, providing a convenient and economical travel option.
Q: What health precautions should I take before traveling to Costa Rica?
A: It's recommended to update your vaccinations, especially for hepatitis A and typhoid. Also, bring mosquito repellent to protect against diseases transmitted by these insects.
Q: What type of electrical outlets are used in Costa Rica?
A: In Costa Rica, the electrical outlets are Type A, similar to those used in the United States and Canada, with two flat parallel pins. Remember to bring an adapter if necessary.