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Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park Inaugurates Accessible Boardwalk

Manuel Antonio National Park inaugurated an accessible walkway of 164 linear meters, which used plastic caps as raw material for its elaboration. In order...

Domestic airlines prepare Semana Santa flights and deals

Two domestic airlines, SANSA and Costa Rica Green Airways, continue to offer intra-national flights during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Costa Rica’s tourism sector reserved despite spike in holiday travel

The last weeks of December brought a little comfort to entrepreneurs and workers in the tourism sector, with a hotel occupancy that reached between 70% and 80% in beach areas, according to surveys carried out by the Costa Rican Chamber of Hotels.

Domestic airlines resume intra-Costa Rica flights

Costa Rican airline SANSA has resumed domestic commercial service, the carrier announced.

Authorities received 3,128 calls over weekend reporting people violating measures

Costa Rica announced 10 new coronavirus-related deaths over the past day for a total of 314, according to official data released Tuesday afternoon by the Health Ministry.

Disappointing weekend for Costa Rican businesses, despite holiday

Despite the long holiday weekend, coronavirus-related restrictions led to absolutely non-existent sales at many local businesses, the Costa Rican Chamber of Commerce said.

Total paralysis: Costa Rica, a country reliant on tourism, prepares for nearly a month without tourists

For 25 days, Costa Rica will close its doors to international tourism. The travel restrictions will have innumerable impacts on Costa Rica's economy.

How Costa Rica has improved tourist safety over the past 12 months

Thefts, robberies and assaults comprise more than 95% of reported crimes against tourists, according to OIJ. 

Costa Rica becoming a more accessible and inclusive tourist destination

Ricardo Ureña, coordinator of the ICT Social Tourism program, said Costa Rica is the first Central American country to implement more inclusive tourism.

Municipal project to build cableway to Chirripó’s peak faces opposition

Environmental groups believe a cableway to Chirripó peak would attract crowds that would overload the national park’s capacity and endanger the protected lands.

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