COMMON QUESTIONS
for the Unlimited Breath Intensive

Where can I find the information about the 14-Day Unlimited Breath Intensive in Costa Rica?
Click Here: 
https://NaturalBreathing.com/Unlimited-Breath-Intensive

You can also contact us for more information and to clear up your questions.

How do you Register?
Call for details and to Register: +1 (515) 244-8535 or send in your completed and scanned Registration Form to ARNE@UnlimitedBreath.com, with your full tuition of US $5,295  or a deposit of US $1,500 (non-refundable).

Full balance is due before April 1, 2021.

Get your Registration Form at:
https://naturalbreathing.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Unlimited-Breath-Intensive-Registration-Form.pdf

How do you get to and back from Costa Rica?
You need to arrange your own travel between your home and San Jose, Costa Rica. We’ll pick you up at the airport and will bring you back there when we have completed the Intensive.

What is included in the price?
Teachings, coaching, guidance, and support.

Pickup from and delivery back to the San Jose, Costa Rica airport. All local group transfers, travels, and excursions (except from your home city to San Jose, Costa Rica and back).

All lodging in Costa Rica, between April 18 and May 1, 2021.

3 good meals a day and drinks (Only non-alcoholic drinks served.) (You can order special food if you have preferences and order it in advance).

All adventure entrance fees.

What is not included in the price?
Travel between your home and San Jose, Costa Rica and back. Personal shopping. Optional tipping. Any alcoholic drinks. Any insurance.

Do you need a Costa Rica Visa?
You will receive a visa to enter Costa Rica when you enter through the San Jose airport immigration, based on your return ticket date, and the length of your special Covid insurance.

Should you get insurance?
We don’t foresee any problem for you personally or in general in relationship to this Unlimited Breath Intensive.  

However, currently Costa Rica requires a proof of purchase of Covid-19 Medical Insurance Covid-19 related medical treatment in the amount of US $50,000. And a minimum coverage of US $2,000 for any extended lodging expenses due to Covid-19 related illness.

There are several insurance companies that provide this insurance.

One such affordable company is Trawick International:
https://www.trawickinternational.com/travel-insurance-plans/costa-rica-required-travel-insurance

As of now, here you can find a 14-day insurance for less than US $50.

You should request from the insurance company a certification issued in English or Spanish from your insurer, NOTING:

1) the validity of the policy during the dates of your visit to Costa Rica.

2) guarantee of coverage for medical expenses in cases of COVID-19 related medical treatment in the amount of US $50,000.

3) minimum coverage of US $2,000 for any extended lodging expenses due to COVID-19 related illness.

When should you get here and when should you plan your departure?
We will pick you up at the San Jose, Costa Rica airport (don’t mistake this for San Jose, CA), if you are in the airport ready to be  picked-up on April 18, 2021, before 3PM. This means you should book a flight that arrives no later than 2PM. This is the usual time most planes arrive to Costa Rica. We will deliver you back to the airport on May 1, 2021, before 11AM, so you should get your departure ticket to leave no earlier than 12PM. This leaves you an hour for check-in and security. Most planes leave San Jose around 2PM, so she should work well.

If you decide to make your own way to Osa Mountain, then you can join us at our first meeting / dinner at 7PM on April 18.

If you decide to stay longer in Costa Rica and make your own way back to the airport, then your Intensive is completed on May 1, after breakfast.

What are the Immigration to Costa Rica and Airline Check-in rules?
When you check-in to fly to Costa Rica, airlines require and will ask for your return ticket.

When you go through Costa Rica Immigration, they will ask for: Your return ticket and Your Insurance, described above.

What are the return and Airline Check-in rules?
Currently, to RETURN to a US destination there have been 2 different requirements and they may change again, but it is going in the direction of less requirements. The first requirement was to have a negative ​COVID-19 viral PCR test taken within three calendar days of flight departure from Costa Rica. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel.

Then they added another accepted test that needed only 3 hours.

Now we are waiting until we get closer to your return to decide what our final choice will be. All choices are available for us.

We will all do this together, when you are here.

If you are travelling back to a different country than US, you have to check if there any special rules.

How much extra money should you bring?
Regarding bringing pocket money, bring Debit Card / Credit Card and / or cash in different nominations. Most people will bring between $200 and $500. I suggest that you use the money precautions you would do on any far away travel.

If you plan to buy something in Costa Rica, you do not have to worry about changing your Dollars to Colones when you are in Costa Rica. You can pay with Dollars everywhere.

Vaccinations: You do not need any vaccinations to visit Costa Rica.

Food: We will eat Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner together, prepared by our chef. We will also serve coffee, tea, cold drinks, and snacks during our short breaks. If you need special food or need to avoid certain food, please let us know, early, so the chef can prepare that.

What to bring?
The temperature in Costa Rica is around 75 degrees Fahrenheit in the shadow. And much hotter in the sun. So, bring:

  • Clothing that will refresh you.
  • Comfortable clothing for our classes and Natural Breathing sessions.
  • Clothing for our jungle excursions, Zip-lining, and horseback riding.
  • Swimsuits for the beach and a towel. If you have a snorkel and a nose-plug, please bring that too.
  • Shoes for walking, like Tennis shoes; Shoes, sandals or Crock’s for the beach.
  • Sun-tan lotion.
  • A flash light.

To bring your stuff with you to our various adventures, it is a good idea to pack in a backpack or soft bag.

Photographing: Costa Rica is colorful and natural, so there will be nice opportunities for picture taking. So bring your preferred camera.

Shopping: Costa Rica is not famous for its shopping, but you can find some tourist stuff, if you are interested.

COMMON QUESTIONS
for the Unlimited Breath Intensive

Where can I find the information about the 14-Day Unlimited Breath Intensive in Costa Rica?
Click Here: 
https://NaturalBreathing.com/Unlimited-Breath-Intensive

You can also contact us for more information and to clear up your questions.

How do you Register?
Call for details and to Register: +1 (515) 244-8535 or send in your completed and scanned Registration Form to ARNE@UnlimitedBreath.com, with your full tuition of US $5,295  or a deposit of US $1,500 (non-refundable).

Full balance is due before April 1, 2021.

Get your Registration Form at:
https://naturalbreathing.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Unlimited-Breath-Intensive-Registration-Form.pdf

How do you get to and back from Costa Rica?
You need to arrange your own travel between your home and San Jose, Costa Rica. We’ll pick you up at the airport and will bring you back there when we have completed the Intensive.

What is included in the price?
Teachings, coaching, guidance, and support.

Pickup from and delivery back to the San Jose, Costa Rica airport. All local group transfers, travels, and excursions (except from your home city to San Jose, Costa Rica and back).

All lodging in Costa Rica, between April 18 and May 1, 2021.

3 good meals a day and drinks (Only non-alcoholic drinks served.) (You can order special food if you have preferences and order it in advance).

All adventure entrance fees.

What is not included in the price?
Travel between your home and San Jose, Costa Rica and back. Personal shopping. Optional tipping. Any alcoholic drinks. Any insurance.

Do you need a Costa Rica Visa?
You will receive a visa to enter Costa Rica when you enter through the San Jose airport immigration, based on your return ticket date, and the length of your special Covid insurance.

Should you get insurance?
We don’t foresee any problem for you personally or in general in relationship to this Unlimited Breath Intensive.  

However, currently Costa Rica requires a proof of purchase of Covid-19 Medical Insurance Covid-19 related medical treatment in the amount of US $50,000. And a minimum coverage of US $2,000 for any extended lodging expenses due to Covid-19 related illness.

There are several insurance companies that provide this insurance.

One such affordable company is Trawick International:
https://www.trawickinternational.com/travel-insurance-plans/costa-rica-required-travel-insurance

As of now, here you can find a 14-day insurance for less than US $50.

You should request from the insurance company a certification issued in English or Spanish from your insurer, NOTING:

1) the validity of the policy during the dates of your visit to Costa Rica.

2) guarantee of coverage for medical expenses in cases of COVID-19 related medical treatment in the amount of US $50,000.

3) minimum coverage of US $2,000 for any extended lodging expenses due to COVID-19 related illness.

When should you get here and when should you plan your departure?
We will pick you up at the San Jose, Costa Rica airport (don’t mistake this for San Jose, CA), if you are in the airport ready to be  picked-up on April 18, 2021, before 3PM. This means you should book a flight that arrives no later than 2PM. This is the usual time most planes arrive to Costa Rica. We will deliver you back to the airport on May 1, 2021, before 11AM, so you should get your departure ticket to leave no earlier than 12PM. This leaves you an hour for check-in and security. Most planes leave San Jose around 2PM, so she should work well.

If you decide to make your own way to Osa Mountain, then you can join us at our first meeting / dinner at 7PM on April 18.

If you decide to stay longer in Costa Rica and make your own way back to the airport, then your Intensive is completed on May 1, after breakfast.

What are the Immigration to Costa Rica and Airline Check-in rules?
When you check-in to fly to Costa Rica, airlines require and will ask for your return ticket.

When you go through Costa Rica Immigration, they will ask for: Your return ticket and Your Insurance, described above.

What are the return and Airline Check-in rules?
Currently, to RETURN to a US destination there have been 2 different requirements and they may change again, but it is going in the direction of less requirements. The first requirement was to have a negative ​COVID-19 viral PCR test taken within three calendar days of flight departure from Costa Rica. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel.

Then they added another accepted test that needed only 3 hours.

Now we are waiting until we get closer to your return to decide what our final choice will be. All choices are available for us.

How much extra money should you bring?

Regarding bringing pocket money, bring Debit Card / Credit Card and / or cash in different nominations. Most people will bring between $200 and $500. I suggest that you use the money precautions you would do on any far away travel.

If you plan to buy something in Costa Rica, you do not have to worry about changing your Dollars to Colones when you are in Costa Rica. You can pay with Dollars everywhere.

Vaccinations: You do not need any vaccinations to visit Costa Rica.

Food: We will eat Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner together, prepared by our chef. We will also serve coffee, tea, cold drinks, and snacks during our short breaks. If you need special food or need to avoid certain food, please let us know, early, so the chef can prepare that.

What to bring?
The temperature in Costa Rica is around 75 degrees Fahrenheit in the shadow. And much hotter in the sun. So, bring:

  • Clothing that will refresh you.
  • Comfortable clothing for our classes and Natural Breathing sessions.
  • Clothing for our jungle excursions, Zip-lining, and horseback riding.
  • Swimsuits for the beach and a towel. If you have a snorkel and a nose-plug, please bring that too.
  • Shoes for walking, like Tennis shoes; Shoes, sandals or Crock’s for the beach.
  • Sun-tan lotion.
  • A flash light.

To bring your stuff with you to our various adventures, it is a good idea to pack in a backpack or soft bag.

Photographing: Costa Rica is colorful and natural, so there will be nice opportunities for picture taking. So bring your preferred camera.

Shopping: Costa Rica is not famous for its shopping, but you can find some tourist stuff, if you are interested.

COMMON QUESTIONS
for the Unlimited Breath Intensive

Where can I find the information about the 14-Day Unlimited Breath Intensive in Costa Rica?

Click Here: 
https://NaturalBreathing.com/Unlimited-Breath-Intensive

You can also contact us for more information and to clear up your questions.

How do you Register?
Call for details and to Register: +1 (515) 244-8535 or send in your completed and scanned Registration Form to ARNE@UnlimitedBreath.com, with your full tuition of US $5,295  or a deposit of US $1,500 (non-refundable).

Full balance is due before April 1, 2021.

Get your Registration Form at:
https://naturalbreathing.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Unlimited-Breath-Intensive-Registration-Form.pdf

How do you get to and back from Costa Rica?
You need to arrange your own travel between your home and San Jose, Costa Rica. We’ll pick you up at the airport and will bring you back there when we have completed the Intensive.

What is included in the price?
Teachings, coaching, guidance, and support.

Pickup from and delivery back to the San Jose, Costa Rica airport. All local group transfers, travels, and excursions (except from your home city to San Jose, Costa Rica and back).

All lodging in Costa Rica, between April 18 and May 1, 2021.

3 good meals a day and drinks (Only non-alcoholic drinks served.) (You can order special food if you have preferences and order it in advance).

All adventure entrance fees.

What is not included in the price?
Travel between your home and San Jose, Costa Rica and back. Personal shopping. Optional tipping. Any alcoholic drinks. Any insurance.

Do you need a Costa Rica Visa?
You will receive a visa to enter Costa Rica when you enter through the San Jose airport immigration, based on your return ticket date, and the length of your special Covid insurance.

Should you get insurance?
We don’t foresee any problem for you personally or in general in relationship to this Unlimited Breath Intensive.  

However, currently Costa Rica requires a proof of purchase of Covid-19 Medical Insurance Covid-19 related medical treatment in the amount of US $50,000. And a minimum coverage of US $2,000 for any extended lodging expenses due to Covid-19 related illness.

There are several insurance companies that provide this insurance.

One such affordable company is Trawick International:
https://www.trawickinternational.com/travel-insurance-plans/costa-rica-required-travel-insurance

As of now, here you can find a 14-day insurance for less than US $50.

You should request from the insurance company a certification issued in English or Spanish from your insurer, NOTING:

1) the validity of the policy during the dates of your visit to Costa Rica.

2) guarantee of coverage for medical expenses in cases of COVID-19 related medical treatment in the amount of US $50,000.

3) minimum coverage of US $2,000 for any extended lodging expenses due to COVID-19 related illness.

When should you get here and when should you plan your departure?
We will pick you up at the San Jose, Costa Rica airport (don’t mistake this for San Jose, CA), if you are in the airport ready to be  picked-up on April 18, 2021, before 3PM. This means you should book a flight that arrives no later than 2PM. This is the usual time most planes arrive to Costa Rica. We will deliver you back to the airport on May 1, 2021, before 11AM, so you should get your departure ticket to leave no earlier than 12PM. This leaves you an hour for check-in and security. Most planes leave San Jose around 2PM, so she should work well.

If you decide to make your own way to Osa Mountain, then you can join us at our first meeting / dinner at 7PM on April 18.

If you decide to stay longer in Costa Rica and make your own way back to the airport, then your Intensive is completed on May 1, after breakfast.

What are the Immigration to Costa Rica and Airline Check-in rules?
When you check-in to fly to Costa Rica, airlines require and will ask for your return ticket.

When you go through Costa Rica Immigration, they will ask for: Your return ticket and Your Insurance, described above.

What are the return and Airline Check-in rules?
Currently, to RETURN to a US destination there have been 2 different requirements and they may change again, but it is going in the direction of less requirements. The first requirement was to have a negative ​COVID-19 viral PCR test taken within three calendar days of flight departure from Costa Rica. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel.

Then they added another accepted test that needed only 3 hours.

Now we are waiting until we get closer to your return to decide what our final choice will be. All choices are available for us.

How much extra money should you bring?

Regarding bringing pocket money, bring Debit Card / Credit Card and / or cash in different nominations. Most people will bring between $200 and $500. I suggest that you use the money precautions you would do on any far away travel.

If you plan to buy something in Costa Rica, you do not have to worry about changing your Dollars to Colones when you are in Costa Rica. You can pay with Dollars everywhere.

Vaccinations: You do not need any vaccinations to visit Costa Rica.

Food: We will eat Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner together, prepared by our chef. We will also serve coffee, tea, cold drinks, and snacks during our short breaks. If you need special food or need to avoid certain food, please let us know, early, so the chef can prepare that.

What to bring?
The temperature in Costa Rica is around 75 degrees Fahrenheit in the shadow. And much hotter in the sun. So, bring:

  • Clothing that will refresh you.
  • Comfortable clothing for our classes and Natural Breathing sessions.
  • Clothing for our jungle excursions, Zip-lining, and horseback riding.
  • Swimsuits for the beach and a towel. If you have a snorkel and a nose-plug, please bring that too.
  • Shoes for walking, like Tennis shoes; Shoes, sandals or Crock’s for the beach.
  • Sun-tan lotion.
  • A flash light.

To bring your stuff with you to our various adventures, it is a good idea to pack in a backpack or soft bag.

Photographing: Costa Rica is colorful and natural, so there will be nice opportunities for picture taking. So bring your preferred camera.

Shopping: Costa Rica is not famous for its shopping, but you can find some tourist stuff, if you are interested.

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