Our Travel Guide

November 10, 2017

Update on the inclusion of Departure Tax in airline tickets

For many years the Costa Rica departure tax ($29 per person) was paid at a stand at check-in at the airport. Now it may be incorporated in the […]
November 1, 2017

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 […]
March 25, 2017

A small guide to the National Parks of Costa Rica

National Parks of Costa Rica are the reason many people come to this country. Find here a bit about the history, the differences, the rules and […]
February 20, 2017

What everyone should know about SJO (San Jose International Airport) arrivals area

 San Jose International Airport arrivals area is a pretty standard place, except that, when it gets crowded it can be quite chaotic and you may get […]
November 14, 2016

Driving in Costa Rica in the sunny season

Winter is coming… Indeed.  As you hear the GOT* phrase Winter is coming… For us in Costa Rica is: Sunny season IS coming! And Costa Rica in […]
October 27, 2016

A guideline to tipping in Costa Rica

One of the most basic questions -and awkward moments- that a tour guide in Costa Rica gets is: How much should I give you like a tip? […]
October 6, 2016

Golfo Dulce, an amazing destination “off the beaten track” – by Noelia Moya

Golfo Dulce in Costa Rica, yet undiscovered, always magical. When we talk about areas off the beaten track we usually imagine that are areas that are not […]
August 19, 2016

Taking a taxi in Costa Rica? Read this first!

Taking a taxi in Costa Rica? Read this first! There are several choices, some of them really efficient and legal. Some of them not as much. As […]
August 4, 2016

Solo Women traveling in Costa Rica (Some tips)

Solo women traveling in Costa Rica, whether in groups or alone, are not uncommon: many visit the country without any problems and leave full of memories […]
July 13, 2016

Bebedero River and Cortes Waterfalls

A couple of weeks ago we went on a site inspection of two great attractions in the area of Guanacaste: Bebedero River and Cortes Waterfalls, it […]