17 | Playa Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
Playa Manuel Antonio
NEED TO KNOW

CAPITAL San José
POPULATION 4,253,877
AREA 51,100 sq km
LANGUAGE Spanish
CURRENCY Costa Rican colón (CRC)

WHEN TO TRAVEL

Best time to travel  January
Best time to travel  February
Best time to travel  March
Best time to travel  April
Not a good time to travel  May
Not a good time to travel  June
Not a good time to travel  July
Not a good time to travel  August
Not a good time to travel  September
Not a good time to travel  October
Good time to travel  November
Best time to travel  December

CLIMATE
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TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

For current information on government travel advice, please refer to the U.S. Passports & International travel, the Canadian Travel Advice and Advisories or the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website.

For current information regarding health, recommended vaccines and the location of trustworthy doctors and medical clinics, please refer to the International Association for Medical Assistance to Travellers website.

AVERAGE ACCOMMODATION COST ($US)
  • 3 star hotel: $90
  • 4 star hotel: $150
  • 5 star hotel: NA
 Average in the good period to travel. Rates change throughout the year depending on high or low tourist seasons.
AVERAGE MEAL COST ($US)
  • Inexpensive restaurant: $7
  • Meal for 2, mid-range restaurant, 3 courses: $36.09
ELECTRICITY

120V / 60Hz

REASONS TO VISIT
  • Beach
  • Outdoor and Adventure
  • Romance and Honeymoon
  • Animal encounter
  • Family
OFTEN PAIRED WITH
QUICK FACTS
  • Costa Rica tops world rankings of happiest nations.
  • About 90% of Central America’s butterfly species live in Costa Rica.
  • The Costa Rican zebra tarantula has black and white stripes, and it can grow to more than 4in.
  • The giant anteater eats up to 30,000 insects every day.
  • Costa Ricans love to eat “spotted rooster”, which is actually a dish of fried rice and red beans.
  • Costa Rica is very peaceful: it got rid of its army in 1949.
  • Scientists think about 500,000 different species of animals live in Costa Rica, including 300,000 different types of insects and about 2,000 different kinds of spiders.
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