#visitCostaRica #Easter #semanasanta ‘Costa Rica 🇨🇷 A Walk Thru La Fortuna on Easter Weekend ✝️ Semana Santa Tourism Vacation’ It is April 4th 2021 and Easter weekend (Semana Santa) in La Fortuna Costa Rica. The beginning of April and/or Easter weekend generally marks the close of high season in Costa Rica. *High season typically runs from Mid- November to the first week or two of April. Obviously with the covid pandemic effecting world travel, there was no real high season in Costa Rica this year to speak of. Would Easter weekend bring out the tourists in La Fortuna? Would Semana Santa bring out the locals Ticos in Fortuna, Costa Rica? michael alan and DAngleo from Travel Costa Rica NOW leave D’Angleo’s apartment in the center of La Fortuna to walk around La Fortuna as see how busy or not busy the tourist of town of La Fortuna is doing? I (michael alan) have done a couple walk arounds and truth is, not much was going on and there was no real vibe in Fortuna. Would Easter Weekend be any different, has the MoJo returned to La Fortuna? Would restaurants be busy or did everyone head to the beaches for the weekend… like Jaco, Manuel Antonio, Samara and Playa Coco among many others? Are there locals and tourists alike enjoying the park in the middle of town? Did families come out to enjoy the Easter holiday? Check out this video, ‘Costa Rica 🇨🇷 A Walk Thru La Fortuna on Easter Weekend ✝️ Semana Santa Tourism Vacation’ to get an idea of La Fortuna on a Saturday night before Easter Sunday.
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This actually is a great time to visit Costa Rica … Since there’s been few visitors these past 12 months, nature has been doing its thing and the animals are out and about and the flora is as beautiful and as lush as ever. Usually January, February and March, Costa Rica would be packed with tourists and we do expect to see a rise in visitors as the year goes on, if the Covid doesn’t rear it’s ugly head again. But lets be real, there will NOT be as many this year, so again, a perfect time to travel to Costa Rica.
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These are the requirements to enter Costa Rica as of today, April 4th:
1. Electronic epidemilogical Health Pass form can be found here- https://salud.go.cr/ *Complete this form in the 48 hours before arriving in Costa Rica. This form produces a QR code that you will be asked to show upon arrival. **Be AWARE- Some airlines may ask for this at check-in.
2. Travel Insurance must meet these requirements and if you use an international policy you must present a letter stating:
-Guaranteed coverage of medical expenses in the event of becoming ill with COVID-19 while in Costa Rica, for at least $50,000 USD.
-Minimum coverage of $2,000 USD for lodging expenses issued as a result of the pandemic. **if you won a house in Costa Rica, just show proof and you will not have to buy the lodging expense coverage.
-Validity of the policy throughout the planned stay in Costa Rica.
**Costa Rica’s travel insurance policies tend to be on the pricier side, you can get cheaper, don’t use the CR insurance if you don’t have to.
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3. Proof (airline ticket) that you are leaving Costa Rica within 90 days. NOTE: Tourist visas are typically good for 90 days but be sure your insurance policy matches the amount of days you want to stay in Costa Rica. *If you purchase a policy that only covers you for 10 days, you will not get stamped for 90 (they know this manipulation, don’t try it.)