QCOSTARICA TRAVEL, via govistarcostarica blog – Your trip to Costa Rica is going to be wonderful and beautiful, but it will require some planning. I know that when I travel through my home country, I try to avoid high traffic times so that I don’t get stuck in traffic jams.
While you are on vacation, you may not find yourself in much of a hurry, but you will be trying to see as much of Costa Rica as you can. You might have a short trip, so every minute will count. Getting stuck in traffic jams, or visiting a place at a high traffic time, might mean the difference between you checking something off your bucket list, or saving it for your next trip.
I want you to be able to do as much as your heart desires during your trip, so I’m going to share my tips with you for how to avoid traffic jams in Costa Rica.
1. Choose the Best Days
Sundays are not a good day to return to San Jose. As you can imagine, Sundays are a popular time for tourists to wrap up their trips and begin their trek back home. This … continue reading