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Totally Safe Travel Activities in Costa Rica for the time of COVID-19

How to Visit this Coastal Nation During the Pandemic and have the time of your life.

To be clear, we’re very proud to call the country of Costa Rica our home. It’s beautiful, natural, and the people are generally kind, and respectful to one another. This means we pull together well when there is a crisis. In particular, we are proud to be part of a country that has made the collective effort to recognize COVID-19 as the serious pandemic it is, and to make our nation secure for all by getting vaccinated.

For one thing, it means we’re as ready to welcome you back for a taste of paradise as we can possibly be… and if you could really use a break, that is good news for you!

Why Costa Rica’s name, “the Rich Coast” is more meaningful than ever.

Beyond our general assurance that, as a nation, we care about the safety of our visitors, we want to present you with some practical ideas for enjoying a vacation in Costa Rica in 2021 that can limit your potential exposure to COVID-19, and any of its variants. The first step, as we’ve identified, is to get vaccinated, which, out of common sense, Costa Ricans are doing with great diligence.

The next step? Go get in the OCEAN! I mean, the country is named for its coast, and if you haven’t seen it, or even if you have, there are TONS of ways to enjoy the coast and the ocean here without exposing yourself to unnecessary risks.

And in that great list of coastal and ocean activities, there is definitely something for everyone, and every budget. From solo women travellers to families, Costa Rica has something safe, affordable, and totally awesome to offer.

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Costa Rica has more beaches and more ocean access than tin foil hat companies have new customers in 2021! The one thing tin foil hat stores and Costa Rica have in common, however, is that there is a custom fit for everyone…

Costa Rica Vacations Totally Safe Travel Activities in Costa Rica for the time of COVID-19

Want to go fishing? Great. What kind? Deep water, off-shore, big catch fishing? We got that for days!
Or maybe something more like the locals do, close to shore in a traditional panga? Of course we have that too…

Maybe fishing isn’t your thing, but surfing is… Well, why didn’t you say so? Look here!

Did you see how NOT crowded those waves are, and how much danger of spreading or catching a virus those surfers AREN’T in? Yeah… that’s our point. Come to the ocean. You’re safe. In fact, the pacific coast of the southern Nicoya Peninsula has some of the best waves, alongside the calmest bays, and some of the nicest beaches, all in one area.

Okay, okay… we get it… surfing, ocean fishing… these just aren’t your thing. Well, how about one of these then?

Paddleboard
Kayak tours
Boat Tours
Whale tours
Spearfishing
Snorkeling
Sailing…

Costa Rica Vacations Totally Safe Travel Activities in Costa Rica for the time of COVID-19

What’s the point? Whatever your speed, there’s a way for you to enjoy yourself safely in Costa Rica’s ocean paradise in 2021. Literally whatever floats your boat. (Sorry… we had to go there.)

So, maybe as far as the whole world goes, we’re not out of the woods yet, but we in Costa Rica are ready to get you back into the ocean, which is almost as good! If you have any questions at all, please get in touch. We’ll be happy to help.

And most of all, rest assured; Costa Rica is safe, and open for business!

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Taking care of our guests and staff

As we welcome you back to our lodge, we are committed to providing you with a safe environment that aligns with expert protocols for working to defeat COVID-19.

Social distancing is pretty easy at the lodge, the beach nearby are always empty and the line-up at the surf breaks are never crowded. Our cabins are independent from each other and, in the restaurant and pool area, there is plenty of space between tables and deck chairs.
These are the new guidelines and practices we have recently implemented:

• Our team members are receiving ongoing briefings and enhanced operating protocols.

• We have increased the frequency of cleaning our public areas (including all surfaces, door handles, restaurant bathrooms, etc.) and have continued the use of hospital-grade disinfectant.

• We will continue to adjust food and beverage service in accordance with current food safety recommendations. The buffet breakfast has been replaced with a “á la carte” option.

• We have increased the deployment of hand sanitizers.

• We have increased the separation between tables in the restaurant by creating new spaces and reducing the number of tables available.