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You should have a valid passport with at least six months remaining and, officially, an onward ticket and proof of funds (these are seldom checked but may be a sticking point at border crossings or customs, especially entering Costa Rica). For more information about specific countries and border crossings in Central America, see the relevant guide chapter. You should also always check with your embassy before travelling. gov. cr; US, C 120/Av 0, Pavas, San José T (506) 25192000, F(506) 2519-2305.
Prices are quoted in US dollars for ease of comparison. Within the chapter itself prices are quoted mainly in local currency, though as US dollars are widely accepted prices are occasionally quoted in that currency as well. Note that prices change all the time; we have done our best to make sure that all prices are accurate, but as tourism increases in popularity throughout the region it’s likely that prices will rise incrementally. 46 quoted in this guide are based on high season rates). Tiered pricing (charging foreigners more than nationals) is becoming more common, in particular for entrance fees.
31) and affiliated agencies with current official ID issued by your school/university (note: enrolling at a Spanish language school is generally not sufficient to obtain official student ID). Nicaragua, with Belize, Costa Rica and Panama more expensive. However, even in these countries it is still possible to travel on a budget of around US$30 per day, with the most significant difference being the cost of public transport and accommodation. 45, it is possible to travel in Guatemala, for example, for as little as US$15 per day.