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The Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) recently announced the the National Tourism Plan for 2022-2027. The plan features three main objectives for the growth and improvement of the Costa Rican tourism industry: Sustainability, Innovation, & Inclusiveness.
In a meeting between the President of the Republic, Rodrigo Chaves, the Minister of the Presidency, Natalia Díaz, and legislators from Limón at the Presidential House, the Government made a commitment with the deputies of Limón to promote tourism in the province and attend to the routes in poor condition.
There's no question that the coronavirus pandemic has been hard on Costa Rica, first and foremost as a human health issue. But it also appears to be an indirect cause of increased turtle poaching.
Over-the-counter self-testing kits will almost certainly be cheaper and much more convenient than a testing center in Costa Rica. Could this be a game changer in the waning months of the pandemic?
'Revenge Travel' may inspire unprecedented numbers of Canadians to book holidays after a long, cold winter of COVID-induced isolation.
Do Costa Ricans need to worry about super-spreader crowds at our beaches? Not according the evidence.
If you are one of the people like I was almost 20 years ago that wanted to explore "The Dream" of Costa Rica real estate, I highly suggest you watch this video. It's a pretty realistic assessment of expectations.
What you need to know about the new rule requiring COVID tests for all air passenger to the US.
Washington Post travel writer Hannah Sampson says global tourism providers can expect relative "masses of travelers in the summer of 2021, with a swell expected to stretch into the end of the year and beyond."
Bill #22215, the Law to Attract International Workers and Remote Service Providers, is winding its way through the Costa Rican legislature. If passed, the law will allow remote workers to stay in Costa Rica for up to a year and add another six months after that if they wish.
In Espisode 6, Casey catches up with Argentine expat Joaquin Rodriguez, a Partner and Director at Stay in Costa: a property management company that offers high-end Vacation Rentals and Luxury Houses & Condos inside Los Sueños Resort and Marina.