A look at what Costa Rica’s presidential candidates think of the proposed QR code to keep unvaccinated Costa Ricans out of most unessential businesses. The… Read More »As Costa Rica’s QR Code Gets Put Back to March, What Do the Presidential Candidates Think?
Are you bringing a dog to Costa Rica? Here are ten things expat dog owners should know in Costa Rica they might not deal with… Read More »Ten Things Expats Should Know Before Bringing A Dog To Costa Rica
Costa Rica rolls back the vehicular restrictions to 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM from January 11 and cancels cultural events and other activities in the… Read More »Costa Rica Tightens Covid Restrictions Up Again
Are you looking to unwind and relax in Costa Rica without lifting a finger or opening your wallet while here? If so, chances are you’re… Read More »The Ultimate Guide To Costa Rica All-Inclusive Resorts (Where You Can Totally Unwind)
We speak to a travel agent and a hotel owner to find out their predictions for tourism in Costa Rica in 2022 plus the best… Read More »How Will Tourism in Costa Rica in 2022 Play Out? We Speak to the Experts on the Ground
Well now, three lucky raffle winners can, thanks to Itellum, Costa Rica’s first satellite internet service provider. Last week, Itellum announced it was rolling out… Read More »Want to Win Six Months Free Satellite Internet in Costa Rica?
A look at developments in Costa Rica’s proposed QR code mandate, as the government pushes it back to February. It’s been a little over a… Read More »Costa Rica QR Code Mandate Update: Now it’s February (Apparently)
The Costa Rica government proposes a voluntary program of QR code adoption in a move that many see as a violation of last week’s court… Read More »Costa Rica QR Code Mandate Update: Government Announces “Voluntary” Program for Businesses
Breaking: Costa Rica court accepts the tourist sector’s filed injunction against the proposed QR code mandate. Late last night, a court in Costa Rica ruled… Read More »Breaking: Costa Rica Tourism Industry Wins Injunction Against QR Code Mandate in Court