Renting a Car and Driving in Costa Rica


Renting a Car and Driving in Costa Rica

For travelers who prefer independence and flexibility or simply better access to hidden beaches, a rental car may be a good option for either the whole trip or just part of it. In general, rental cars are only a good option for adventure-minded travelers, who do not mind a few challenges along the way. Rental cars are generally not recommended for first time visitors to Costa Rica, because Costa Rica driving conditions can be intimidating and directional road signs are often missing. Nevertheless, with a positive, resilient, and adventurous outlook, as well as a good road map/GPS, first time visitors can successfully navigate the country.

We offer rental choices that include compact cars, full-size cars, compact 4WDs, full-size 4WDs, and vans. It is very important to have an idea of what destinations you plan on visiting in order to choose the best vehicle for your travel needs. Compact 4WD vehicles are the most popular rentals in Costa Rica, because they are economical, and they enable travelers to navigate the entire country. But depending on the number of passengers, travel destinations, and amount of luggage, a full-size 4WD or one of the other vehicle types may be more appropriate.

We work with multiple rental car providers so that we can offer a wide selection of vehicle models and pickup locations. Pickup locations include the San Jose and Liberia International Airports as well as dozens of destinations throughout Costa Rica.

Only slightly smaller than the U.S. state of West Virginia, Costa Rica is blessed with mountains and meadows, beaches and islands, rainforests and cloud forests. There is a lot to explore, and one of the best ways to do it is with a rental car. Renting a car gives you the freedom to stop where you want, when you want. You can take side trips along rural roads or stop to enjoy fresh fruit at a local farmers market. With a rental car, your trip is literally in the palm of your hands—and you can steer yourself in whatever direction (and to whichever adventure) that you choose.

Purpose of this Guide

This guide is intended to provide travelers with helpful, up-to-date information on what it’s like to rent and drive a car in Costa Rica. There is a wealth of information out there and we’ve boiled down the most important and relevant points. We’ll go over the rental process and advise you about what to rent, and cover the upsides and downsides of driving in Costa Rica.

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Why (or Why Not) to Rent

Some of the benefits of having your own wheels are obvious: you can dictate the course of your day, your week or your whole trip, and not be confined to shuttle times or bus schedules. Having a car will allow you to explore lesser-visited places that many tourists miss and will give you the freedom to change your plans if something comes up. And who doesn’t like controlling the radio on a road trip?

However, driving in Costa Rica is no piece of cake. The roads can be long, curvy and in poor shape. Traffic can be bad in cities or on mountainous roads, and signs are sometimes non-existent. It can be easy to get lost (especially if you don’t have GPS or high-quality maps) and is tough to get back on track if you aren’t comfortable handling directions from a local speaking Spanish. There are other things to consider as well, including traffic laws, the price of gasoline, and driving time.

Renting a car is usually not recommended for first-time visitors to Costa Rica—the hassle and potential for confusion is usually not worth the effort. To better enjoy your vacation, we recommend booking private transport to save time and travel more efficiently. However, travelers that are adventurous enough or have been to the country before may want to consider renting a car. If you’re still on board, keep reading.

How to Rent

Booking your rental car through Anywhere Costa Rica is simple and painless. Just enter your pick up/drop off dates and times, pick up/drop off locations, and vehicle type, and voilà, you have a list of cars to choose from. You can compare brands and models, as well as rental agencies and costs. It’s quick, easy and efficient.

You can also book cars through an Anywhere agent. Our agents can be reached via phone, email or chat and are here to give you helpful, personalized assistance with the rental process.

What to Rent

The type of car you choose depends on what you plan to do during your trip. If you’re going to be driving in the mountains, along rural roads, or in certain coastal areas, you will want a four-wheel drive vehicle. Consider renting a 4WD car if you will be heading to any of the following places: The Nicoya Peninsula, Monteverde, Rincón de La Vieja, the La Paz Waterfall, Bajos del Toro, the south Pacific, the Osa Peninsula, and many places along the Caribbean coast. Many of these roads have potholes and stream crossings, and require vehicles with large clearance—so it’s nearly impossible to travel these routes without an SUV.

There are both compact and full-size SUV options available. Compact SUVs are smaller, have lower clearance, and get better gas mileage. They fit four to five people and come in both two door and four door options. Full-size SUVs are larger and more powerful. They have better ground clearance, a stronger engine, and more interior room. For this reason, they are preferable on very poor roads or when traveling in large groups. Most full-size SUVs have four doors and can seat between four and seven people; they also include trucks. However, due to their high center of gravity, full-size SUVs have a higher chance of tipping—take special caution while driving around corners.

If you’re planning on staying along fairly well traveled routes, a compact or full-size car will be fine. Coastal areas in the central and north Pacific are suitable for smaller cars, as are most places between the Caribbean coast and the northern lowlands. The roads surrounding the Arenal Volcano are appropriate for this type of car as well. These cars have two-wheel drive and are not suitable for rough roads.

Compact cars are the smallest, most economical option. Oftentimes they are hatchbacks, although many are sedans as well. Full-size cars are larger than compacts. They are typically sedans and have more powerful engines. Appropriately, they get slightly worse gas mileage. Full-size cars are roomier and better for groups with lots of luggage.

A final option is vans. Vans are the largest, most spacious vehicle and are great for big groups. Vans should be used in the same areas as a compact or full-size car. Most are two-wheel drive and have very poor off-road capabilities. They typically seat up to twelve people and come in three or four door options. Vans tend to get low gas mileage and like full-size SUVs, have a greater chance of tipping due to their size.

All rented cars come with basic features, including air conditioning, power steering, power windows/locks, dual airbags, and a CD player/radio. Manual and automatic options are offered in every category. Rental cars also typically include a safety kit for accidents and flat tires. This includes jumper cables, rope, a flat tire kit, road triangles, and a fire extinguisher.

One popular – and much recommended – device to add to your car rental is GPS. Costa Rica’s roads are curvy, complex, and often without real road signs. For this reason, it is very easy to get lost if you don’t have an up-to-date map or GPS device. A GPS unit can save you time and a world of trouble. They can be added to your car for around $10 USD a day and usually require a deposit of around $450 USD.

We recommended using the GPS device that the car rental company provides rather than downloading something from the Internet—by doing so, you’ll be privy to new routes or recent changes in roads. Another thing to keep in mind: several places in Costa Rica share the same name, which can get confusing. For this reason, if you already know where you’ll be going (destinations or hotels) when you pick up your car, have the rental agency save the locations into the GPS. This will save you the headache of arriving at the wrong place.

A good way to supplement GPS is with the Waze application. Travelers with a smartphone and international data plan can download this community-based traffic and navigation app to get real-time information on road, routes, accidents, traffic jams, construction, and more. Waze does, however, require an Internet connection to initially map out routes and obstacles. For this reason, we recommend using Waze to map your route while still at your hotel or before you start driving—once you no longer have Internet, your routes will still be saved. Some areas of Costa Rica do, however, lack Internet access, so it’s advisable to use Waze as a supplemental navigational system to your car’s GPS.

Travelers can also purchase or rent road maps from most car rental offices.

Rental Policies

Before renting a car, it’s a good idea to read up on the rental policies. That way you won’t get whacked with an unexpected fine or have unrealistic ideas about what the deposit process is like. The following section includes information on insurance, deposits, fines, and rental times.

Travelers to Costa Rica need a driver’s license from their home country to rent a car. Tourists are typically allowed to rent a car for up to 90 days. After 90 days, you are required to get a Costa Rican driver’s license.

There are also supplemental full coverage insurance options that can be purchased on top of the mandatory insurance. These are more expensive, but cover most situations, have a higher amount of coverage, and may have zero deductible. Many also include 24-hour roadside assistance. Again, the amount you pay depends on the type of vehicle you rent.

Before you leave for Costa Rica, read up on your own car insurance policy. First of all, find out whether you are covered abroad. If you are, see if your policy extends to all persons driving the car and how much liability is covered if a third party is injured. Also find out whether the type of car you’ll rent in Costa Rica is covered in your contract.

When you rent a car, you will also be required to place a deposit. Generally, this runs from $700 to $1,500 USD and depends on the type of insurance the customer chooses. The rental company puts a hold for this amount on your credit card and releases it when you return the car and GPS device in good, working condition. The deposit is not released immediately, however, but rather requires around 3-4 weeks to be placed back onto your credit card.

If an accident does occur, your deposit will be held while your case goes to court. Once a judge has decided the final verdict, your deposit will either be refunded or go towards paying for the car’s damage.

There are several conditions that may result in a fine from the rental company. These include returning the car with less fuel than it was initially rented with, returning the car late, or returning the car to a location other than initially agreed upon. Regarding the second point, rental times are defined very rigidly – one day of rental literally means 24 hours. For example, if you rent a car for one day and you pick it up at 8 AM, it must be returned by 8 AM the following day. Failure to do so will result in a fine. If you are fined, you can either pay the amount directly or have it subtracted from your deposit.

Driving Conditions

Driving in Costa Rica is unlike driving in North America or Europe. Within the span of a single day, you can travel along winding mountainous roads, rural gravel paths, or scenic coastal byways. The country’s unique geography – of mountains, volcanoes, valleys, plains, and coasts – has made for a challenging road system. Before you head off on a road trip, think about where you will be going and what you will be driving through.

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Costa Rican driving conditions can throw you for a loop if you’re not ready. Learning about the road conditions will give you a good idea of what to expect. Costa Rican driving conditions vary from place to place. Around urban areas like San José, there are large, multi-lane freeways with smooth roads. The farther you get from a developed area, however, the poorer the road conditions are likely to be. Due to Costa Rica’s mountainous terrain, many roads are two-lane and windy. They curve up, down, and around mountains. Along roads like these, is not uncommon for large trucks to go very slow and have traffic pile up behind them. For this reason, going a seemingly short distance can take much longer than expected.


Some roads lack guardrails and have steep drops along either other side. Others are pockmarked with potholes or have been washed out completely by a landslide. Indeed, the rainy season wreaks havoc on Costa Rica’s roads—landslides, flooding, and erosion are not uncommon. In many rural areas, gravel or dirt roads are the norm. These can be quite rough and may even require stream crossings. For this reason, it’s necessary to have a four-wheel drive vehicle in many parts of the country.

Two-lane roads often narrow into single lanes over bridges—in this case, drivers must ceda (yield) to drivers with the right of way. The reflective paint separating lanes or lining the roads can be faded or non-existent, which can make driving dangerous, especially at night. Signs in Costa Rica are equally hit or miss. Along well-traveled tourist routes (for example, in Manuel Antonio), the signs are well positioned, easy to see, and informative. However, in many parts of the country, signs are either lacking or totally absent. It’s easy to get lost, especially without GPS.

Suggestions and Precautions

If you read the previous section, you’ll have a good idea of how difficult driving in Costa Rica can be. The following section will instruct you on the most practical ways to avoid accidents, fines, and frustration.

The easiest way to avoid all three things is by using GPS. These devices can be rented for a relatively small fee (around $10 USD a day) when you pick up your car. Most often, the GPS is attached to the dashboard of your car and is easy to see while driving. They are hands-free and will tell you when to turn and what to expect. They can help you plan routes, estimate distances and arrival times, and even locate the nearest gas stations. GPS is undoubtedly necessary for navigating Costa Rica’s road system.

As a supplement to GPS, travelers with smartphones and an international data plan can download apps like Waze, which help map roads, routes, accidents, construction, and more. It’s a good way to get a second opinion on where you’re going. It does, however, require Internet access—fire it up and type in your destination before heading leaving your hotel. We also suggest travelers to have physical maps in the car as well. These can be rented or purchased from most car rental agencies.

If you do get lost, it will be helpful to know at least a few words of Spanish. You may drive through rural areas where people don’t know much English, so being able to ask for the highway or hotel will be important. Purchase a basic Spanish phrasebook and bring it along with you. Practice your pronunciation in the car for fun. You’ll be happy you did if you end up dead lost in the middle of nowhere.

Costa Rica is a tough place to drive in during the day. At night, it’s even worse. Road signs (which are already shoddy in some places) can be difficult to see in the dark—it’s common to pass by the road or hotel you were looking for several times. Roads may also have poor reflectors between the lanes or lining the side of the road, and very often have little room to pass. People sometimes walk near the edge as well, which means you’ll need to exercise even more caution while driving at night.

It’s also good to be aware of the availability of emergency services. Outside of San José, both vehicular and medical emergency services can be limited. The closer you are to a sizeable town, the better the chances are of being able to get towing, mechanical, or medical help. Along the Interamerican Highway, this is usually not a problem. Major towns and tourist destinations – like Liberia, Puntarenas, Golfito, Quepos, and Palmar – all have clinics or hospitals. However, in more remote areas, it may be difficult to get your car towed and fixed or get an ambulance to a hospital.

If you do have an accident, call the National Insurance Institute (INS) at 800/800-8000, as well as the Transit Police at 2222-9330 or 2222-9245. You can also call 911 and get redirected to whatever agency you need. If there is a police officer nearby, they will show up and make a report, which will help facilitate your insurance claim. Officers can sometimes be unhelpful towards tourists they perceive as being rich and reckless. Speaking Spanish will help, as will being kind and patient.

If your car breaks down, pull it alongside the road if possible. Your trunk should have reflecting triangles for you to place behind your vehicle to warn approaching traffic. Call emergency services and wait until they arrive. Some types of rental insurance covers breakdowns and have roadside assistance; some do not. Be sure to check your policy before leaving the rental office.

Although Costa Rica is relatively small, the driving time between destinations can be long. Again, this is largely a result of the country’s poor road system. With this in mind, it’s advisable to plan on trips taking longer than you may have expected. As a general rule, expect to travel at a rate of 50 km/h (31 mph). For example, if you have to drive 250 kilometers (155 mi.), you should plan on it taking around five hours. And remember, Costa Rica uses kilometers, not miles. One kilometer equals 0.62 mile.

That said, the time it takes to travel between two destinations depends on what those destinations are. The following list gives approximate travel times between some of Costa Rica’s most popular places:

1 hour Liberia to Tamarindo

3 hours Alajuela-SJO to Manuel Antonio

3 hours Liberia to Arenal

3.5 hours Monteverde to Samara

4 hours Arenal to Tamarindo

4.5 hours Alajuela-SJO to Monteverde

5 hours Alajuela-SJO to Puerto Viejo, Limón

5-6 hours Alajuela-SJO to Mal País

Costa Rica is a friendly country, but there are still thefts. For this reason, always lock your car when it’s parked and avoid leaving valuables inside. If a camera, purse or wallet is sitting on the seat, you’re encouraging thieves to break in and steal your stuff. In large cities like San José, Alajuela, Limón and Puntarenas this is especially true. When parking in these cities, try to leave your car in a secure lot with an attendant. Rural areas can, however, experience break-ins as well—lock your car and leave expensive or important items at your hotel. As with most things, if you exercise common sense and caution, you should be fine.


Gas stations – called bombas or gasolineras – are available throughout Costa Rica. Gasoline is sold as “regular” and “super,” both of which are unleaded. Super has higher octane than regular, and diesel is usually sold as well. Most rented cars take super, but ask someone at the rental office to make sure. Gas stations are full-service; attendants fill up your tank for you. Gas is more expensive than in the U.S. – a gallon (3.8 liters) usually goes for around $6 USD.

Gas stations are found in nearly every town, but there are parts of the country where they are sparser. These include the south Pacific, south Caribbean, Nicoya Peninsula, and areas near the border with Nicaragua. If you’re going to be traveling to any of these areas, fill your tank at the start of the day. Most GPS devices have applications that show you nearby gas stations. In the off chance that you find yourself running low in an area that lacks a gas station, look for small, local operations. Usually these will be out of someone’s home or business and have hand-written signs that say gasolina.

Familiarizing yourself with Costa Rica’s traffic laws will save you time, money, and a painfully slow legal process. Many of Costa Rica’s driving laws are similar to the U.S. and are easy to follow. However, there are a few that travelers should be aware of. For example, cameras that take photos of speeding cars have recently been placed along highways. The cameras automatically issue tickets that range from $300-$600 USD. When you return your car, the rental car company holds your deposit until they have verified you have no pending tickets. If you do have a ticket, you will lose a portion of your deposit. For this reason, we recommend that potential drivers read over our section on Costa Rican driving laws, which follows.

Your road trip should be fun. Stop to take pictures and eat at roadside restaurants. Find new roads to the coast or go exploring along a rural road. There is definitely a lot to think about while driving in Costa Rica, but don’t let it overshadow the reason why you rented a car in the first place: to have the freedom to encounter new places and people along the way.

Driving Laws and Fines

The last thing anyone wants to deal with while on vacation is a traffic ticket (or worse, jail). Costa Rica’s driving laws are sensible and straightforward. If you exercise caution and drive smartly, you will be fine. The following points will help you understand Costa Rica’s most relevant driving laws.

  • Drivers and passengers are required to wear a seatbelt and motorcyclists must wear helmets. The fine for not doing so is approximately $185.

  • Driving faster than 120 km/h (75 mph) or 20 km/h (12 mph) over the speed limit is considered speeding. In addition to highway police with radar, there are cameras positioned around the country that report license plate numbers to police/rental car agencies. The fine is approximately $617. A speed of over 150 km/h (93 mph) can result in prison.

  • Talking or texting on your cell phone is not allowed while driving. The fine is approximately $550.

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is taken seriously. Driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) between 0.05 and 0.074 is considered under the influence. The fine is approximately $550. Driving with a BAC higher than 0.075 will result in prison.

  • Making a U-turn where one is not allowed can result in a fine of approximately $550.

  • Running a red light or stop sign can result in a fine of approximately $372.

  • A current driver’s license from your home country is required and you can only drive with a foreign driver’s license for three months. Driving without your driver’s license (or with one for longer than three months) can result in a fine of approximately $93.

  • Yellow lines denote areas where you are not allowed to pass. Passing in such areas (or along curves) can result in a fine of approximately $550.

  • Passing on the right is not allowed. The fine is approximately $200.

  • Child’s seats are required for children under 12 or smaller than 1.45 meters (4’9”). Children not using a child seat can result in a fine of approximately $372.

  • Carrying excess passengers can result in a fine of approximately $160.

  • Driving on the beach is not allowed. The fine is approximately $200.

  • San José has a rotating ban on rush-hour traffic, with the goal of reducing congestion and fuel consumption. The ban bars certain license plate numbers from driving during certain times of the day – Monday through Friday from 7 to 8:30 AM and from 4 to 5:30 PM. Cars with license plates ending in the digits 1 or 2 are banned on Monday; 3 or 4 on Tuesday; 5 or 6 on Wednesday; 7 or 8 on Thursday; and 9 or 0 on Friday. If you are caught driving a car with a banned license plate within the central part of San José on these days/hours, you will be ticketed.

As you can see, Costa Rica’s driving laws are similar to most other countries. The key things to remember include wearing a seatbelt, having your driver’s license handy, not speeding, not talking on the phone, not driving under alcohol or drugs influence, and always using a child’s seat for children under the age of 12. By familiarizing yourself with these laws and being a cautious, defensive driver, you should not have any legal problems while driving in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica Auto Rental Locations Map

This map shows the rental locations for all of Costa Rica.


In Conclusion

Renting a car in Costa Rica has the potential to create a very unique trip for travelers. You can seek out little-known places, stop when you want, and craft your own adventure from scratch. However, driving in Costa Rica is serious. Road conditions can be difficult and driving times can be long. Before getting behind the wheel, think about what it requires and how you want your trip to unfold. Your experience in Costa Rica will be fantastic no matter what direction you steer your adventure.

Ask an Anywhere agent about your questions and concerns on renting a car in Costa Rica!

P.S. This guide was all about staying safe on the road. To stay safe throughout the entirety of your vacation, learn about basic travel insurance and why it's important in our article "Going Abroad? This is Why Travel Insurance is A MUST!" Then, get your personalized quote here.

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Anywhere was thorough, flexible and available. All booked transportation arrived where it was supposed to be at the prop...Dec 28, 2019

Nelson Pa.

Anywhere was a great company to work…
Anywhere was a great company to work with. They planned a fantastic last-minute trip for a very reasonable rate. We appr...Dec 13, 2019

Carrie Ra.

Very happy with the day that was…
Very happy with the day that was planned. we managed to do alot and was not rushed. the time at each event was perfect...Dec 12, 2019


Professional, helpful, fast answers and kind.Dec 06, 2019


Outstanding service
Outstanding service. I highly recommend 05, 2019


Excellent professional service.
Excellent professional service.Dec 05, 2019


Fantastic company for planning trips
Anywhere did a great job in planning our trip to Costa Rica. Everything turned out just perfect and they were very easy ...Nov 15, 2019

Mary Anne

Our trip using Anywhere was absolutely…
Our trip using Anywhere was absolutely perfect. All trips were planned with our tour organizer- I’m sorry I cannot recal...Nov 06, 2019


The entire team at is…
The entire team at is amazing to work with. We booked a trip to Costa Rica filled with adventurous activit...Oct 25, 2019


Exceeded All Expectations
Exceeded All Expectations My family and I definitely had our concerns prior to this trip, as we had never gone through ...Oct 16, 2019

Davidge F.

Another great trip
As usual, Anywhere provided a great and professional service both before and during our trip. Thanks!Sep 06, 2019


Excellent service with the best human…
Excellent service with the best human touch. Anywhere gave me and my friends our dream vacation from beginning to end!Sep 06, 2019


Anywhere is a great service!
Anywhere is a great service that I would recommend to anyone planning a trip. Their reps are very patient and capable. T...Sep 05, 2019


Outstanding Job! did an OUTSTANDING job with helping be coordinate and facilitate the best adventure that I have ever had in...Aug 06, 2019


The staff was very responsive to…
The staff was very responsive to questions/concerns and very informative. They took our requests for our trip and worke...Jul 29, 2019


Repeat customer
Repeat customer. Great service as always.Jul 27, 2019


Family Trip
Wonderful! This is our third trip with Anywhere. All was spectacular... From to the beach to the mountains. Wonderful...Jul 25, 2019


I would highly recommend
I would highly recommend The hotel, excursion, and transportation were excellent. Also, their customer ser...Jul 19, 2019


Our 2nd time with Anywhere and HAPPY!
We love Anywhere! We just have to pack and we are taken care of basically during our whole stay. Everything is nicely ar...Jul 18, 2019


What a wonderful site
What a wonderful site! I have been telling anyone going to central america to use them! Such a well-planned trip. They...Jul 18, 2019

Chava Win. was wonderful from start… was wonderful from start to finish. They responded promptly and made sure everything was taken care of rega...Jul 12, 2019

Chetna in.

I think was a great…
I think was a great service. Very attentive to details and helped me change plans at a moments notice. El...Jul 12, 2019


Very satisfied with Anywhere
Very satisfied with Anywhere. Timely pickups, good choice of excursions.Jul 09, 2019


Stress free solo traveler.
As a solo traveler, anywhere travel and Percy took all the stress out of traveling. Percy was there every step of the w...Jun 30, 2019


Very happy with the service
Very happy with the service. Communication was prompt and booking was very easy. Will definitely use the service again i...Jun 29, 2019


Excellent customer service
Excellent customer serviceJun 28, 2019


Professional work
Professional work! The tours they helped me reserved were all great. The private car drivers are all on-time and reliabl...Jun 28, 2019


Excellent service
Excellent service! Amazing guides! STRONGLY SUGGESTED!Jun 23, 2019


Used it for our honeymoon
Used it for our honeymoon. It was an excellent experience. They do exactly what they say they are going to do and are ev...Jun 20, 2019

Garrett H.

Best travel agency out there
Best travel agency out there. They'll accommodate your every needs.Jun 15, 2019


Go Anywhere Confidently with!
Honestly, has ruined me for any other travel agency out there. The website, communication, amenities promis...Jun 06, 2019


Great customer Service
Agent was always pleasant and ready to find the best deal for us. I highly recommend AnywhereJun 01, 2019


100% recommendations!
100% recommendations!May 31, 2019

Dovi from.

Great experiece
Great experiece! Your staff was knowledgeable and always responded within 12 hours. I would use your agency again in a h...May 26, 2019


Wow - this was a fantastic vacation because Anywhere planned it better for us than we could have ourselves! Very profess...May 24, 2019


Excellent organization
Excellent organization. Everything went seamlessly as scheduled. All guides, transports arrived on time. Throughout our ...May 24, 2019


Kudos!!! 5 stars!!!
Top notch service from planning stages to end of our trip. Everything was perfect!! We will use again wit...Apr 30, 2019


Book with Anywhere! Easiest decision you'll have to make
Booking with Anywhere was the best decision we made. Our trip was absolutely amazing, everything we wanted, plus everyth...Apr 26, 2019


Great company
Great company! They’re more than helpful and they make your trip a time to remember. The customer service is in a class ...Apr 26, 2019


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