Costa Rica in the Fall Becomes More Attractive as Crystal Travel Center in Thousand Oaks Offers New Specials

Share Article

Crystal Travel in Thousand Oaks is offering new specials making it more affordable to vacation in Costa Rica.

Crystal Travel is excited to share with their members new specials in regards to travel to Costa Rica.

According to Crystal Travel executive Bill Pullion, "Crystal is always trying to find ways to save our members money, and there are so many incredible places to travel, we just can't focus on one. We have to find the best deals for travel to anywhere in the world. And when we find amazing packages for certain areas, we have to let our members know right away.

Crystal Travel is a private travel club where members must pay a one time enrollment fee to obtain the best prices on travel for the rest of their life. Members will receive discounts on cruises, all inclusive resorts, car rentals, hotels, and even have the ability to stay at timeshare resorts all over the world.

In regards to Costa Rica, the best time to visit is the dry season from December to May, although it will still rain occasionally. Vacation for the schools runs from December to February, so the beaches will be more crowded during that period. The rainy season begins in May, but the early part of this season is still a good time to visit. There will be fewer tourists and accommodations will be cheaper. Later in the rainy season, roads will become muddy and sometimes very difficult and almost impossible to navigate. Many American and European tourists come in June and July, so prices go back up again.

And if you like to surf, the biggest swells and fastest waves occur during the rainy season, beginning in late June and reaching their peak during September and October. These two months are also the rainiest. On the Caribbean side, the waves are best from October to March.

To book a trip to Costa Rica, one must be a member of Crystal Travel and annual dues must be current.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Helen Zarbondaille
Visit website