Affiliate Policy

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Welcome to UltimatePuraVida.com, where we share our passion for Costa Rica and help you plan your own unforgettable adventures. We want to be completely transparent with you, so we’ve put together this transparent Affiliate Policy to let you know how we use affiliate links.

What are affiliate links?

As you explore our content, you’ll find links to various products and services that we love and recommend. Some of these links are “affiliate links,” which means if you click on them and make a purchase, we receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. That’s right – you pay the same price whether you use our link or not, so it’s a win-win situation!

How do affiliate links help us?

Running a website like UltimatePuraVida.com takes time, effort, and resources. The commissions we earn through affiliate links help us maintain and improve the site, create more awesome content, and continue sharing our love for Costa Rica with you.

With the few credit card application links, we earn a varying amount of travel miles if you sign up for the card using our link. This helps us travel to Costa Rica and share our information with you.

Our promise to you

We value your trust and will only recommend products and services that we genuinely believe in. If we wouldn’t use it ourselves or suggest it to our friends and family, you won’t find it on UltimatePuraVida.com. Your best interests always come first!

A big thank you!

We appreciate your support and want to say a massive THANK YOU for using our affiliate links. By doing so, you help us continue our mission to inspire more travelers to discover the wonders of Costa Rica.

If you have any questions about our Affiliate Policy or just want to chat about your upcoming trip, feel free to reach out to us cody@ryzeguides.com

Pura vida!

Cody & Anna

Cody and Anna Traxler

We’re Cody and Anna, and we’ve fallen in love with Costa Rica over the past decade. We’re not experts in every part of the country, but our countless adventures have inspired us to create this Costa Rica travel guide. Our goal is to share our experiences and help you jet off on your own unforgettable journey. Enjoy Ultimate Pura Vida 🤙

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