More about Golfo Dulce
Why Cruise to Golfo Dulce?
Packed with biodiversity, unique species of flora and fauna and breathtaking rainforest landscapes
The port lacks shopping, restaurants and bars
It's worth a visit, if only to explore the stunning forests and enjoy the serene and peaceful beaches
Currency & Best Way to Get Money?
Although Costa Rica does boast its own currency, the colon, U.S. dollars are widely accepted (and encouraged). Check www.xe.com for current exchange rates if you're using the local currency. There are a few banks and ATMS in the town of Puerto Jimenez. However, depending on the tour you decide to take from your boat, you may not stop in the town, so it's advised to bring enough cash with you before you depart your cruise ship.
As a part of Costa Rica, the main language of Golfo Dulce is Spanish. English is also widely spoken and understood. However, it's advised to learn a few key words and phrases in the off chance you are separated from your group or are traveling alone.