ds asked 8 years ago

My husband and I are traveling to Costa Rica for the last two weeks of Feb.  Following the latest scare on the Zika virus, we are thinking about cancelling our trip or at the very least adjusting our itinerary to avoid the areas where mosquitoes are most active.  Would really appreciate feedback on this question.

ds replied 8 years ago

Thank you for taking the time to reply – really love your blog, really helpful! Another very general question and don’t expect you to be able to account for every hotel but in general, do most hotels/accommodation have mosquito nets over their beds…? Trying to not have to take one with me… 😉

Jenn and Matt Staff replied 8 years ago

Hotels have the mosquito nets if they need them (if they’re more open to the outdoors), but in general, they don’t have them. Most hotels are closed off from the outside and have screens on the windows so you shouldn’t find any bugs inside. But if you’re staying somewhere without screens (lots of hotels on the Caribbean coast are like this), they’ll probably have them there. If you’re not sure, just check with the specific hotels where you’re staying to find out how the rooms are set up.

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