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Costa Rica Weddings - Top Tips for Successful Weddings in Costa Rica

 


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In this article you will discover useful tips for experiencing a wonderful wedding in Costa Rica.

I was at a wedding last week, it was a beach wedding actually in Tamarindo. The place was beautiful, white sand, nature but it was raining. People started running towards their rooms, the tables and food were ruined, the music stopped and the wedding had to be postponed.

I started to think, why in the world someone who lives here has a beach wedding in the middle of the rainy season? Then I started thinking that I should include on my tips what kind of advice would help you have your Dream Wedding in paradise.

Climate is your number one priority, it rains 8 months of the year, so even if you plan your dream wedding at the beach, expect clouds, rain, and with really bad luck a small storm. It would be fun to watch the maids of honor running with mud to their knees, unless it's your own wedding. Try December to April, it's the most expensive time of the year, but there is a reason for that, climate is great. The really bad rainy season is May to November, try avoiding those months, not only because of the rain, but also the roads are dangerous and not in great shape. If you ever came here you'll know what I'm talking about. Also the Caribbean has a tendency to rain, no matter what time of the year you are going. If you love it anyway, try checking climate forecasts for Limón, that will give you an idea of what to expect on the region.

If you plan your wedding in Costa Rica you might also have to consider a place to have fun. Try getting a hotel that will take care of everything, so you can relax and enjoy. Many have on their web pages already a list of wedding plans, which you can personalize. They'll take care of the food, music and even the minister, you are there to enjoy a very special time of our life to be worrying about the napkins.

Try getting tours, canopy, hiking, whatever feels like doing, this way you, your couple and your friends will have a guaranteed dream wedding in Costa Rica.

Alfonso Chaves is a Costa Rica Travel and Wedding advisor that has helped lots of travelers looking for tips and advice about travelling to Costa Rica. He currently works for Amapola Hotel located in Jaco Beach, Costa Rica for the internet client service department.

Feel free to leave him a question by clicking on the below link, he will gladly help you in any way he can:

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