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Copa resumes ‘Panama Stopover’ travel deal

Copa Airlines and Panamanian tourism authorities this week announced the reactivation of the “Panama Stopover” campaign that allows passengers to add the Central American...

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.

Costa Rica’s country brand is the fastest growing in the Americas

Consultants said that Costa Rica’s country brand is well-established and enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide.

VIDEO: President Solís invites Oscar nominee Emma Stone to celebrate in Costa Rica

Solís accompanied his message with a brief piano interpretation of “City of Stars” the main song of the "La La Land's” soundtrack, also nominated as Best Original Song.

Two low-cost airlines launch operations in Costa Rica

Budget airlines launched operations with flights between Costa Rica's capital San José and destinations in Guatemala and Panama.

Low-cost airlines increase presence in Costa Rica

New flights announced recently show that airlines are interested in participating in the Costa Rican travel market, especially in routes within the region.

San José’s Plaza de la Cultura scheduled to reopen in November

La Plaza de la Cultura, one of San José's landmarks, is undergoing renovation to fix leaks into the museums below and make the plaza more attractive.

‘World’s happiest goalie’ Keylor Navas hopes to attract more European tourists

Keylor Navas is the star of a new advertising campaign from the Costa Rican Tourism Board that that seeks to draw more European tourists here.

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.

Cruise ship season on Costa Rica’s Caribbean is off to a good start

Costa Rica's Caribbean port of Limón attracted nearly 60 cruise ships in the first few months of the season. The government hopes the port's recent designation as a boarding spot will boost the industry.

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