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Inside Costa Rica’s decision to allow U.S. tourists

The Tico Times spoke with Gustavo Segura on Costa Rica's airport reopening, the tourism outlook and more.

September flights will feature return of commercial service to Guanacaste

September will feature the return of United States tourists to Costa Rica, and it will also mark the reopening of Liberia's international airport for commercial flights.

Requirements for U.S. tourists to enter Costa Rica (and some thoughts)

Costa Rica will welcome tourists from the United States starting in September. 

Costa Rica to allow U.S. tourists starting in September

Costa Rica will welcome tourists from the United States starting in September. 

Coronavirus pandemic begins to affect Costa Rica’s tourism industry

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a significant reduction in international travel, a trend which is already impacting one of Costa Rica's most important industries. 

OIJ CR Safe app provides safety advice for tourists

Costa Rica's Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ) have released a mobile phone application that helps tourists stay safe when visiting the Central American country. 

3.1 million tourists visited Costa Rica last year. Here’s where they all came from

Costa Rica received 3.1 million foreign visitors last year, 4.1% more than in 2018, according to figures released by the government earlier this month.

Returning to Level 1 travel advisory ‘very difficult,’ US tells Costa Rica

As of Jan. 7, the U.S. State Department says visitors to Costa Rica should exercise increased caution due to crime as part of its Level 2 advisory. 

Our favorite places we visited in Costa Rica this year

With 2019 coming to a close, we're reflecting on our favorite places we visited across Costa Rica this year.

Here’s how Costa Rica promoted itself as a tourism destination in 2019

Tourism is one of the main engines of the country’s economy, the Costa Rican Tourism Board says, comprising an estimated 8.2% of Costa Rica’s gross domestic product (GDP) and creating 9% of its jobs.

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