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A Guide To Costa Rica’s Tapanti National Park

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Costa Rican tourism companies face new uncertainty with the end of the high season for visitation paired with the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Costa Rica Health Pass: What to Know Before You Go

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Costa Rica extends driving grace period for citizens, residents

The grace period applies to citizens and residents whose license expired or should have been homologated as of March 20, 2020. 

Official: Costa Rica extends grace period for foreign drivers

The Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) has publicly announced an extension to the validity of foreign driver’s licenses within Costa Rica. 

Transport Ministry backtracks, extends driving permissions for tourists: report

The Transport Ministry (MOPT) told Outlier Legal that tourists who entered the country between December 17, 2019 and November 30, 2020 will legally be allowed to drive in Costa Rica until March 2, 2021. 

Grace period for tourists with a foreign driver’s license: A quick update

Earlier this month, the Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) announced that tourists who have been in Costa Rica for longer than three months will not legally be allowed to drive as of November 18. 

Costa Rica will not extend driver’s license grace period beyond November 18

As of November 18, tourists who have remained in Costa Rica for longer than three months will no longer be allowed to use their foreign driver's license to operate a motor vehicle. 

Foreigners in Costa Rica can now legally drive until November 18

Tourists with a valid foreign driver's license can legally operate a vehicle in Costa Rica beyond the typical three-month limit, the Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) has announced. 

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