A 4-Day PARATRIP to Beautiful COSTA RICA
After enormous success trip to Brazil in March we are going to explore the CLIFF CALDERA
DATE: Fly at RICA SURF BEACH on JULY 26 th - 30 th 2007
THIS IS A SPECIAL TRIP FOR P1 AND P2 BUT ALL LEVELS ARE WELCOME
PILOTS REQUIREMENTS : All pilots are expected to bring a complete set of equipment; back protection, emergency parachute, radio, helmet, and a good pair of boots are MANDATORY.
The Fly High Paragliding School is designed for the experienced pilots, intermediate and advanced who is proficient at, or has interest in quality XC flying. Novice pilots are welcome, however must be accompanied by Fly High Paragliding School qualified instructor.
The official language in Costa Rica is Spanish but almost everybody can speak English.
U.S. Citizens Do Not Need a Visa to Travel to Costa Rica
U.S. Dollar Exchange as of May 9, 2007.
U.S. citizens may enter Costa Rica without a tourist visa and can stay up to 90 days.
U.S. citizens - regardless of their age - need the following documents to enter Costa Rica:
A valid passport with at least one blank visa page. The expiration date of your passport must be greater than 30 days from your date of entry to Costa Rica.
A pre-paid airline ticket to exit Costa Rica or proof of financial resources ($400.00US -$1,000.00 US in cash, traveler checks, and/or ticket (either to return to your home country or to go to another country)
Note: The government of Costa Rica decreed that after November 17, 2003 the practice of accepting U.S. driver licenses/IDs and U.S. birth/naturalization certificates as entry documents is discontinued on a permanent basis.
A $20.00 U.S. dollar fine will be charged upon departure from Costa Rica if you overstayed your permitted length in the country.