Costa Rica in the rainy season

Encouraging Eco-tourism

Forest Cover Extends to 75% of Costa Rica Despite Demand for Wood. In the northern part of Guanacaste, forested lands increased from 50 percent in 2005 to 60 percent just 10 years later, transforming the landscape that in the 1970s was nominated by livestock ranches, and now inspires eco-tourism, according to information released by the…

Information on Electrical Plug/Outlet and Voltage for Costa Rica

At Camino Travel we receive questions about the electrical plugs and voltage in Costa Rica all the time, so in order to answer these, here is a complete article on that important information for your trip The basics: Voltage: 110-120 Volts (Same as U.S./Canada, most other areas are 220-240 Volts) Primary Socket Types: North American…

Five reasons for you to have travel insurance in your next trip to Costa Rica

At Camino Travel, we always encourage our passengers to get their travel insurance before traveling. Find here five powerful reasons for this! Your health and homeowners insurance, as well as credit cards, do not offer the protection you need for your trip Travel insurance in its elementary form usually grants trip cancellation, lost luggage, travel…

Update on Storm Nate – Costa Rica Roads Conditions

The Ministry of Transportation is working on the roads that had a major impact on the road infrastructure (roads, bridges and culvert steps). The work undertaken in neuralgic routes is detailed below: Panamerican Highway (North Portion):  In this point, there has been some progress of the works that allow reestablishing the conditions of transit for…