Hello friends of the world. My name is Daniel, but all my friends call me Loco Daniel. I’m one of the owners and your Costa Rica travel guide of Locos4Travel, a company that I founded several years ago with my two great friends: Luis Anglada and Pablo Castro.
Both Pablo and Luis have a lot of experience in online travel and worked for more than 10 years in Expedia.
We specialized in designing tailor-made travel experiences to Costa Rica with all of the fun and none of the stress. ¡Yes! None of the stress.
I have traveled around the world, but everytime I return to Costa Rica I’m more aware of my beautiful country and all the excitement that hides in its incredible mountains, impressive volcanoes and exotic beaches. That is the main reason I have the need to be the perfect Costa Rica travel guide.
But wait… Planning a trip to Costa Rica can be an overwhelming experience. That is why I’m here: to show you the easiest and most fun way to get to know Costa Rica.
I’ll help you decide what destinations to visit, what activities to do, how to get from one place to another, and what are the best hotels in our country.
Yes, that is our main goal in Locos4Travel, to share with you my wonderful experiences. We make it fun and easy to design a memorable custom-made trip to this enchanting paradise, and help you plan the perfect Costa Rican vacation.
Today I also want you to know a little bit more about my other professional facet and my other passions: acting and directing movies. I’m a part of La 1/2 Docena, a Costa Rican comedy group formed by Mario Chacon, Erik Hernández, Edgar Murillo, and of course, myself, Daniel Moreno.
We had a popular comedy program for more than a decade in Teletica, channel 7. Here you can see one of my sketches:
So here I am, ready to help design your perfect trip to Costa Rica. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 1-800-4locos4. We will be glad to help you discover this incredible paradise called Costa Rica.
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