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Chris asks…

Where is a good place to go to Costa Rica for a family vacation?

We have been to Riviera Maya, Mexico and are looking for a different experience for attractions but still want the same type of all inclusive resort experience on the beach. Looking to see the rain forest and volcanoes as well.

I know not too much about Costa Rica, except it would be different and it looks beautiful.

Tijuana answers:

Much more expensive in Costa Rica then Mexico or Dominican Republic since you specifically mentioned “all-inclusive”.

Here’s a list:

If you can forgo the all-inclusive aspect the look into Jaco Beach which is close enough to San Jose to make it an easy trip but plenty of things you’re looking for, albeit, on an a la cart basis.

Richard asks…

How cheaper are airplane tickets for underage people?

I’m taking my kids to mexico this summer. I have a 13 year old, 12 year old, and 8 year old. Will their tickets be any cheaper than an adult ticket? Thank you, god bless!

Tijuana answers:

Kids’ airline tickets are almost always the same price as adult tickets, except for babies that will be in the same seat as an adult.

Occasionally there is a special sale for an all-inclusive resort where kids fly free or half-price if you book a family stay at the resort, but that’s usually it. You can try different airline websites to see if they discount for kids, but it is rare.

Normally, an airline wants to get full price for a seat and doesn’t care who is in it, age 8 or 18 or 28 or 88.

Nancy asks…

Where is the cheapest and safest and most fun place to stay in Mexico with children for a holiday?

I am looking to travel with my family in January out of British Columbia somewhere in Mexico. I am undecided as to go to one of those all inclusive packages or go somewhere out of the way with a nice beach. Looking on the internet seems like a sea of choices. Can anyone recommend a place they went with their family that felt safe and didn’t cost them a second mortgage?

Tijuana answers:

The Iberostar resorts have an array of entertainment and things to do for adults and children. I stayed at the Iberostar Paraiso Lindo in Riviera Maya and they had a lazy river, childrens area, wave pool, a huge huge lagoon-style pool, stuff for kids to do, etc. The place is massive so you don’t feel like your on top of each other or being swarmed by kids all the time. It’s great for the entire family, all ages. Went there on my honeymoon 2 years ago and cannot image ever vacationing anywhere as nice as this all-inclusive resort. The staff bends over backwards for you, the rooms are clean, the food is good, etc. or you can try to book.

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