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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.

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.

Tourism businesses promote Costa Rica in Europe this week

A group of 34 Costa Rican tourism companies are presenting their products and services this week at the World Travel Market 2015, taking place in London through Thursday.

3 airlines inaugurate flights to Costa Rica

Alaska Airlines, Thomson Airways and Southwest Airlines all recently inaugurated new flights to Costa Rica’s two international airports.

Costa Rica’s National Tourism Fair kicks off this weekend in San José

To help local tourism businesses, the Costa Rican Tourism Board is holding a fair this weekend at San José's Antigua Aduana with 90 companies offering special discounts and promotions on local travel.

Lawmakers propose tax cut for cruise ships docking at Caldera port

The measure aims to attract more cruise ships to the area and boost income for the tourism industry in Costa Rica's central Pacific area.

Tourists in Costa Rica now can board cruise ships in Limón

The Caribbean port of Limón became a boarding port for cruise ship tourists this week, after 20 years as a stopover on cruise routes.

Costa Rica TV spot competes in World Tourism Organization contest

Costa Rica's singing animals are competing for the popular vote against tourism promotion ads from over 50 countries.

Costa Rican sloths promote tourism at Los Angeles building

The new installment of the Costa Rican Tourism Board promotional campaign “Save the Americans” promotes a contest to win trips to Costa Rica.

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