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Guanacaste Airport sees continued passenger recovery

The number of passengers transiting through Guanacaste Airport (LIR) in Liberia, Costa Rica, continues to increase, airport authorities reported.

Authorities expect gradual tourism recovery in 2021

The Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) says it's using several models to try to predict how many visitors the country will receive in 2021.

1 million people visited Costa Rica in 2020

Costa Rica welcomed nearly 75,000 people in December, up significantly over the prior month, according to Tourism Board (ICT) data. 

Gradual recovery: International arrivals to Costa Rica increased in December

Costa Rica welcomed nearly 75,000 people in December, up significantly over the prior month, according to Tourism Board (ICT) data. 

Despite easing restrictions, Costa Rica records gradual tourism recovery

Costa Rica welcomed just 36,044 people in November, according to data shared by the Tourism Board (ICT). 

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. 

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.

Costa Rica registers increase in tourist visits in 2019

Costa Rica received 3.1 million foreign visitors last year, 4.1% more than in 2018, and tourism remained one of the country's economic pillars, the government said Wednesday.

In Davos, tourism industry promises less plastic and more sustainability

In Latin America, Costa Rica has become a role model for balancing tourism and its impact on the environment.

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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