The economy of Costa Rica gradually opens up to business after lockdown

The tourism industry is one of the main sources of Costa Rica’s economy, and of course, has been hit hard by the pandemic. In the Nandamojo area, this is not an exception. Not only the hotel and business owners, but all the local population of workers that live upon their work in hotels, resorts, restaurants, and all kinds of tourist attractions, everyone has suffered a dramatic income decrease and has the challenge to stand up and come back to business as soon as possible, following all the necessary protocols.

Since the government announcement of commercial flights activity opening gradually as from August 1st, 2020, the Costa Rican government has opened up further restrictions: Minister of Tourism Gustavo Segura announced that starting 9/1/2020, six weekly flights will be allowed —four into Juan Santamaría Airport (SJO) in San Jose and 2 into Daniel Oduber Intl. (LIR) in Liberia— including flights from New York, New Jersey as well as the states of New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Connecticut.

As of this update, October 5th, 2021 you can read the latest information about the allowed airlines and hub airports allowed to visit Costa Rica on this page.

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Meanwhile, lodges and hotels have opened their businesses to locals and foreigners that are slowly beginning to visit our beautiful beaches, our people, and culture.

What you need to know if you plan to visit Costa Rica in 2021/22

If you are already packing your bags and planning to travel to Costa Rica during coronavirus pandemic & post-pandemic, please care to read carefully the information on this page. There are a number of measures and temporary restrictions that the Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) manager AERIS has implemented regarding COVID-19 health emergency.

Juan Santamaría Airport Information – SJO

Liberia Airport Flight Information – LIR

Come Visit our Paradise!

We invite you to navigate our local options for lodging, dining, and a variety of amusing activities for you and your families to enjoy while waiting for the world to come back to normal. You can also navigate our real estate section for more permanent plans.

“Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.”

— Nelson Mandela

2 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Mantra Yoga August 28, 2021 Subscriber

    Good Information about Planning to travel to Costa Rica. Flight and other information for 2021 needed little update.
    Thank You

    • skedge October 5, 2021 Administrator

      Thanks! Updated info is now on the outgoing links and flights are up to date.