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Number of Tourists Flying into Costa Rica Increases in 2021

Costa Rica closed 2021 with a total of 1,347,055 tourists, of which 94% (1,270,483) came into the airports of San Jose and Liberia. This...

Costa Rica celebrates World Tourism Day

The international community on Monday celebrates World Tourism Day, which Costa Rica commemorated by launching a digital communications strategy highlighting pioneers of the local industry.

International travel recovery lags behind domestic: Boeing

About 84 percent of domestic travel returned to 2019 levels in July, compared with only about one-fourth of international travel, according to a Boeing presentation.

From ‘No Artificial Ingredients!’ to ‘Save the Americans’: Costa Rica’s tourism campaigns

Costa Rica's economy relies on tourism, and the country has worked hard to increase the flow of international visitors to the country.

Limón sees 60 percent jump in cruise ships

The most recent cruise ship season at the Caribbean port of Limón officially ended Friday with a total of 107 cruise ship arrivals from October to March, a nearly 60 percent increase over the previous season, the Atlantic Port Authority's (JAPDEVA) reported.

Public sector employees to have all Holy Week off

The Labor Ministry will send most of the 300,000 public sector employees home for Easter Holy Week, Mar. 21-27, in order to promote domestic tourism.

Costa Rica welcomes its 1 millionth US tourist this year

A surprise welcome awaited Joel and Kristine Kratochvil and their three daughters, Anna, 16, Leah, 14, and Jenna, 12, at Costa Rica's Juan Santamaría International Airport on Friday. According to the Costa Rican Tourism Board, one of the members of this Washington state family is the 1 millionth tourist to arrive from the United States in 2015.

Costa Rica aims to become major conference destination

Officials pledged Thursday to build a major convention center in the coming years to attract a share of the multi-billion dollar convention tourism market.

Save water, ban golf courses, says Costa Rican lawmaker

Broad Front Party legislator Suray Carrillo Guevara is drafting a water conservation bill that would ban existing and future golf courses in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica’s international arrivals by air increase in first half of 2015

Analyzing data from the Immigration Administration, the ICT said 41,698 more travelers arrived by air this year, for a total during the six-month period of 987,801. In a projected profit analysis, the ICT said the country's tourism sector pulled in about $1.6 billion during the period – about $161 million more than the first half of 2014.

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