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CONTENTS
Accommodations
Activities
Business Hours
Children
Climate
Courses
Customs
Dangers & Annoyances
Disabled Travelers
Discount Cards
Embassies & Consulates
Festivals & Special Events
Gay & Lesbian Travelers
Holidays
Insurance
Internet Access
Legal Matters
Maps
Money
Photography
Post
Shopping
Solo Travelers
Telephone
Time
Toilets
Tourist Information
Visas
Volunteering
Women Travelers
Work

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ACCOMMODATIONS
The hotel situation in Costa Rica ranges
from luxurious ecolodges and sparkling allinclusive resorts to backpacker palaces and
I-can’t-believe-I’m-paying-for-this barnyardstyle quarters. Given this astounding variety of
accommodations, it’s rare to arrive in a town
and find nowhere to sleep.
High or dry season (December to April)
prices are provided throughout this book,
though many lodges lower their prices during
the low or rainy season (May to November).
Keep in mind that prices change quickly in
Costa Rica, so it’s best to see the prices in this
book as approximations rather than facts.

For more accommodation reviews and recommendations by Lonely Planet authors,
check out the online booking service at
 You’ll find
the true, insider lowdown on the best places
to stay. Reviews are thorough and independent. Best of all, you can book online.

Throughout this book, sleeping options
are listed in order of budget, unless otherwise
specified.

B&Bs
Almost unknown in the country in the
1980s, the B&B phenomenon has swept
through Costa Rica in the past two decades,
primarily fueled by the increasing number
of resident European and North American
expats. Generally speaking, B&Bs in Costa
Rica tend to be midrange to top-end affairs.
While some B&Bs are reviewed in this guide,
you can also find this type of accommodation on several websites (although they are
far from exhaustive):
Bed and Breakfast.com (
/costa-rica.html)

Costa Rica Innkeepers Association (www.costarica
innkeepers.com)

Pamela Lanier’s Worldwide Bed and Breakfasts
Directory ()

Camping
Camping is the way that many Ticos (Costa
Ricans) can enjoy the more expensive
seaside towns, especially since these days
most accommodations cater specifically to
foreigners. As a result, most major tourist
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ACCOMMODATIONS
The hotel situation in Costa Rica ranges
from luxurious ecolodges and sparkling all-
inclusive resorts to backpacker palaces and
I-can’t-believe-I’m-paying-for-this barnyard-
style quarters. Given this astounding variety of
accommodations, it’s rare to arrive in a town
and find nowhere to sleep.
High or dry season (December to April)
prices are provided throughout this book,
though many lodges lower their prices during
the low or rainy season (May to November).
Keep in mind that prices change quickly in
Costa Rica, so it’s best to see the prices in this
book as approximations rather than facts.
Throughout this book, sleeping options
are listed in order of budget, unless otherwise
specified.
B&Bs
Almost unknown in the country in the
1980s, the B&B phenomenon has swept
through Costa Rica in the past two decades,
primarily fueled by the increasing number
of resident European and North American
expats. Generally speaking, B&Bs in Costa
Rica tend to be midrange to top-end affairs.
While some B&Bs are reviewed in this guide,
you can also find this type of accommoda-
tion on several websites (although they are
far from exhaustive):
Bed and Breakfast.com (www.bedandbreakfast.com
/costa-rica.html)
Costa Rica Innkeepers Association (www.costarica
innkeepers.com)
Pamela Lanier’s Worldwide Bed and Breakfasts
Directory
(www.lanierbb.com)
Camping
Camping is the way that many Ticos (Costa
Ricans) can enjoy the more expensive
seaside towns, especially since these days
most accommodations cater specifically to
foreigners. As a result, most major tourist
destinations have at least one campsite, and
if not, most budget hotels outside San José
accommodate campers on their grounds.
Although these sites usually include toilets,
cold showers and basic self-catering facilities
(a sink and a BBQ pit), they can be crowded,
noisy affairs.
In most national parks however, camp sites
are generally of excellent quality and are rigor-
ously cleaned and maintained by a dedicated
D ir e cto ry
Accommodations 521
Activities 522
Business Hours 529
Children 529
Climate 529
Courses 530
Customs 530
Dangers & Annoyances 530
Disabled Travelers 531
Discount Cards 531
Embassies & Consulates 531
Festivals & Special Events 532
Gay & Lesbian Travelers 532
Holidays 533
Insurance 533
Internet Access 533
Legal Matters 533
Maps 534
Money 535
Photography 535
Post 536
Shopping 536
Solo Travelers 536
Telephone 536
Time 537
Toilets 537
Tourist Information 537
Visas 537
Volunteering 538
Women Travelers 539
Work 539
CONTENTS
BOOK YOUR STAY ONLINE
For more accommodation reviews and rec-
ommendations by Lonely Planet authors,
check out the online booking service at
www.lonelyplanet.com/hotels. You’ll find
the true, insider lowdown on the best places
to stay. Reviews are thorough and independ-
ent. Best of all, you can book online.
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