Driving In Costa Rica 🇨🇷 – Travel Tip Thursday – How To Travel Costa Rica

Driving In Costa Rica 🇨🇷 – Travel Tip Thursday – How To Travel Costa Rica

In this weeks episode we discuss driving in Costa Rica! It really isn’t hard to drive here and if your looking up how to travel Costa Rica this will help you with moving around the country while your are visiting. If your coming to places like Samara or Tamarindo then a small car would be fine but if you plan on going into the mountains or along the coastal roads then an AWD SUV is best. Hope this helps and we’ll see you next time.

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❌Costa Rica TOP 10 BEST Travel Tips for the Vacation of a Lifetime in Costa Rica

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  1. CR is long gone…they are about to default again…15% of ticos have money, but they’re connected…so they come after the expats for $$…arrived 91, departed 2011..it was good until 2008 as the dollar had been doubling each 6 years…avoid for the arsenic water as well

  2. FOR SALE ON COSTA RICA: 1410 square meters terrain, access to all public services, it has several trees and it is limited by a small river with a seasonal waterfall, ubicated on Guanacaste, Nosarita, in front of a pavement road. Just at 10 minutes on car from the beautiful Nosara Beach, 25 minutes from Nicoya and a hour and half from the nearest internacional airport.

  3. May I offer a suggestion when you make your videos. I too often see videos where the viewer is staring at a person talking. This defeats the purpose of the video or visual aspect of the video, as for all intents and purpose all the viewer really needs to do is listen. If your are doing a blog in a foreign country, the viewer is very interested in seeing the country and not the bloggers face. You can talk. But do it while your showing the country – such as talking while you’re walking or riding a bike. Your content is good but can boring visually by just staring at your face.

  4. I’ve not seen you talk about cellphone use. How do I use my cellphone or any at all during my 7 day stay in Costa Rica? Thanks!
    Keep it up! Good job! 🙂

  5. Pura Vida!!! nice Costa Rica video! btw – if you need a sweet 3BD/3BA
    paradise beach house with private pool near our favorite surf spot to
    stay at for a week or so in the Palm Beach Estates area in Playa Grande,
    Costa Rica walking distance to great restaurants and walking distance
    to a grocery store – this paradise spot is about 1 mile north of
    Tamarindo this is it! check out JimsBeachHouse.com & email us at
    jbhplayagrande@gmail.com **also there’s a great video of this house and
    the path to the beach at -> vimeo.com/2560422

  6. I was just viewing your old videos and came across this … This is a great overview of travel tips. This should be uploaded every year to keep it as one of your recent videos.

  7. Well that kind of tips I did not expect to get, but that’s exactly what I was looking for lol Cheers man. Thanks for the help 🤝

  8. I’ve no intention of living in Costa Rica, maybe a 10% chance of ever visiting it, but I find watching your videos a bit addictive. You’re a compelling presenter with good narrative and pack your videos full of interesting content.

  9. What’s this 3rd party insurance to rent a car I hear about? I’m planning on renting a car and bought travel insurance that covers rentals. R they gonna try to up sale me?

  10. This was the realest tip video I’ve ever watched. I’m not into the sketchy stuff, but this is the stuff that gets people into big trouble. Thank you for being straight forward!

  11. Hallo, you said not to bring 50/100$, is it the same in hotels that we pay in cash?
    Can we pay in $ at the gas station or supermarket? Thank you 🙏🏻

  12. Hey Mike. I just wanted to say thank you so much for all of your vids. I really appreciate you & them. Hope I get a chance to meet you in a couple of months. Starting of in Heredia staying with a friend, then searching out pottery resources before I decide where to settle. ❤️

  13. Ur video is so good a very very good for guidance are you in Costa Rica we r coming soon its our first time if you have any info pleaae let me know the cheapest n safests places and restraunts wat are those eating places with tables were families cook for ? Are tgey safe to eat? How much money would i need to go to Costa Rica for 7 nights? Is the zip ride scary and can anyone go and do zip ride when you do zip ride can animals or snakes jump on you in scared if this how can i be safe? Please can you let me know i know its a lot of questions but it’s nice to get all info before going. Is the cooking classes free and is inclusive the food 24 hrs Thank you for answering all my question inadavance. Great video👍🏼

  14. Some really good advise. But now you have me scared. I just booked my first trip and I’m traveling alone. I’ve traveled a lot and gone off on my own but never a full solo trip. Little nervous now.

  15. Don’t travel alone? Travel in packs? So if you wanna go and nobody to go with (due to many reasons, money, availability, etc), your advice would be…DON’T GO AT ALL?

  16. Headed back to CR in July. Headed to touristy Playa Flamingo. Looking to head down there in a couple years. Your videos are gold. Pure gold. Would buy you some drinks and a meal if you came out in Mid July.

  17. I was totally excited for my solo trip to Costa Rica in August — until I watched this video! So … drugs, hookers, petty theft, and shady locals — not really my scene. I booked a guided 16 day trip in August 2019 that takes me to the national parks and the volcano — but it doesn’t include any beach time. I was thinking of arriving one week early to experience Guanacaste’s beaches. My question – if you fly into Liberia airport and I don’t want to rent a car — what is the best way to get to the beach? Will the roads be wiped out from the rain? Is Conchal Beach really the best? Is is easy to hop down the coast from one beach to another using taxis?

  18. Thanks for the tip on the hoes. I’m a single guy and may come across that. They approached me a lot in Cuba but because I was carrying camera and equipment I want feeling it. Plus I just got into a relationship at the time and sure didn’t want to bring anything back to my girl . Now the weed tip, thanks! I may just pick up a few good buds down there

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