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Costa Rica to Nicaragua Border Crossing

Hey Everyone! DAngelo and michael alan here. We know a lot of people that visit Costa Rica also like to see other places in Latin America- so many visit Nicaragua as well (which we highly recommend …
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  • lacsa727 2 years ago

    Holly Molly!! This is Scarryy…Thank-You for this Video. Uuuhhhmm
    a little Hot is not the Word…EXTREMLY HUMID is better LOL Thank-You fro
    your Guiding and Educating Videos Greatly appreciated Hope to meet you
    guys one day when I’m there. “THUMB’S-UP! :O)

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    @Dre4m3r00 There’s quite a few cheap places…. you could find something
    under $10.

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    no. and it’s not like they have dogs or anything.

  • simoneaton 2 years ago

    I remember doing this back in 2003/04… it was a fun experience…
    although a little daunting

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    @jesc093073 de nada. We will be putting up the border crossing from Los
    Chiles Costa Rica to San Carlos Nicaragua in a day or 2 Today is- feb 17, 10

  • Chris moot 2 years ago

    in granada how does it cost a night in a cheap hostel? ty

  • Chris moot 2 years ago

    @iCostaRica24 thanks

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    @cnino1971 If we didn’t live in Costa Rica we’d probably live in Nicaragua,
    so really, we enjoy them both,,,, toss up,,,but we spend almost all our
    time in CR,,,so we have more experience here,,,but the Nicaraguans are
    great to0….

  • Nestor Oms 2 years ago

    i recommend you not change all your money in cordobas, because for example
    in san juan del sur most of the prices are in dollar and in granada to , so
    it’s good to change a lit of bit for the taxi and buses and for the kids
    asking for tip.

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    @revotaquito Yup….you’re right.

  • alejandro59 2 years ago

    we can’t solve everybody’s problems but can make a real difference here and
    there. I is a matter of conscience.

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    Daunting is definitely the WORD.

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    5 hours to the border,,,,then about 2 more to Granada,

  • alejandro59 2 years ago

    hey you tight rich american,,,come on… 10cents? you can do better..spread
    your wealth, how about .50cents?

  • LethalSystem 2 years ago

    too bad, that is the word that i am gonna spread around

  • 505WIL 2 years ago

    hahahahah tourist

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    @alejandro59 At first I thought you were talking to me….but you said,
    ‘tight, rich american…. and then I realized the only thing you got right
    was the ‘american’ part, so you couldn’t be talking to me. Like I said, ’10
    cents’ but feel free to give them as much YOU want.

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    @jesc093073 OUr friends who visited those countries- LOVED them and had no
    problems. Usually it’s the ‘bad’ that is written about and perceptions are
    formed that a country is ‘good’ or ‘bad’, but of course traveling anywhere
    you gotta be ALERT and AWARE……. I’d go if I were you, but that’s me. Do
    your homework…..thanx for the comments.

  • Ivan Nino 2 years ago

    Which country did you enjoyed the most Nicaragua or Costa Rica? and as far
    as the people, which one was better towards foreigners? thanks guys!

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    @alejandro59 very true.

  • TravelCostaRicaNow.com 2 years ago

    I’m not telling you shit….. our public stance is just say ‘no’ to drugs.

  • LethalSystem 2 years ago

    so you’re telling me i can bring drugs from panama to Guatemala and sell
    them for a profit? thanks for the advice man.

  • LethalSystem 2 years ago

    did you guys get searched for drugs or anything like that?

  • alejandro59 2 years ago

    good to have visitors go to these places. not oly the few dollars but they
    broaden our mind a bit at a time…with caution though.