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There’s Never Been a Better Time to Visit Costa Rica

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Visit Costa Rica
Sydney Feldman

Anyone who knows me knows it’s no secret how much I love Costa Rica. I fell in love with Costa on a backpacking trip six years ago and was never able to forget the country’s gorgeous, tropical landscape with its mix of beaches, mountains and rainforest; the friendly locals (aka ‘ticos’ / ‘ticks’); laid-back surf culture and the way everyone cherishes and protects the natural environment. If you haven’t already experienced Costa for yourself, now’s the time to go and hang ten on an immaculate beach or mingle with monkeys somewhere deep in the heart of the rainforest.

I recently came across this Conde Nast Traveler article, and was stoked to hear that flights to Costa Rica are at an all time low from now thru June, with RT fares as low as $196 from major US cities including Miami, NY, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, Houston and more.

As if that’s not enough of a reason to visit beautiful Costa this spring, my hot springs resort client, Tabacón Thermal Resort & Spa, is offering a Take Me To The Springs package that includes three nights for the price of two, daily breakfast, one dinner, and a $75 credit to use at the resort’s outdoor spa, where treatments are rendered to the sounds of rushing streams and local wildlife.

Moral of the story? Book a ticket. Pack your bags. Then head to Costa Rica for a dose of pura vida (trust me, you won’t be sorry!)

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Sydney Feldman

From beachside camping in Mexico to mountain paragliding in Mendoza, Sydney is always looking for her next big adventure. When she’s not busy traveling through Latin America, this hippie-at-heart grooves to reggae, jogs on the beach and stuffs her face with Florida stone crabs.

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