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Travel to Costa Rica?

Costa Rica receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country

CurrencyCosta Rican Colon * CapitalSan Jose * Population: 5,100,000 * Calling code+506


Buying a SIM card in Costa Rica

Local SIM Cards: Currently, there are two major mobile phone providers in Costa Rica: Movistar, Claro and I.C.E.

it’s very easy to buy a prepaid SIM card for a foreigner. You only need to show your photo ID or passport. Since 2014, all SIM cards need to be registered with Sutel, the national regulator, not only the operator. When they don’t register your prepaid SIM in-store, go online to the Sutel registration website (in Spanish only), register your SIM card and wait for some hours to be activated. travel to costa rica

The average cost of a SIM card in Costa Rica is around 5,000 to 10,000 Costa Rican colones (approximately $10 to $20).

When purchasing a sim card, it is recommended to avoid buying an expensive one at the airport or in the last minute, as prices tend to be higher and you may be limited in your options.  Travel to costarica? 

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The electrical plugs in Costa Rica use type A and type B, which are the same as those used in North America. The voltage in the country is 110-120V, which is compatible with most electronic devices from North America. Buy it here.

Costa Rica Tourism

Here, visitors enjoy lovely tropical beaches, grand adventures, the wonders of nature and scintillating culture – all the necessary components of an ideal vacation. No wonder thousands have made Costa Rica their top travel choice!

According to data from the Costa Rican Tourism Institute, there are over 2,000 registered hotels in the country.

The average hotel prices in Costa Rica vary based on the location and type of accommodation, but generally range from $50 to $300 per night. Some of the most numerous hotels in the country can be found in popular tourist destinations like San Jose, Guanacaste, and Manuel Antonio.

There are several domestic airlines in Costa Rica, including Nature Air and Sansa, which provide flights to popular destinations within the country. However, most international visitors to the country arrive by air and major international airlines such as American Airlines, Delta, and United offer flights to the country.

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