Costa Rica has this week been crowned the leading destination for travelers in all of Central America for 2022. The picturesque country – famed for its stunning natural landscapes and near unrivaled levels of biodiversity – received the much sought-after accolade from the World Travel Awards this week.
The award for “Leading Destination” in tourism in the Mexico and Central America regional category of the “World Travel Awards 2022” went to Costa Rica again. In addition, the country was also recognized as the leading adventure tourism destination in the region, in what is known as the “Oscar of Tourism” awards.
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Boeing has announced a new partnership with a Costa Rica-based maintenance, repair and overhaul provider to create additional conversion capacity for the 737-800 converted freighter.
Costa Rica is re-opening its borders to UK travellers from this Saturday, following their nearly four-month closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The president of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, has appointed Gustavo Segura Sancho to the role of minister of tourism. He will also step up as executive president of the Costa Rica Tourism Board.
The Costa Rica Tourism Board has unveiled a list of 16 health protocols to be implemented ahead of the reopening of some of the most popular hospitality areas in the country.
Having been recognised by the United Nations for the country’s commitment to sustainability, María Amalia Revelo Raventó, minister of tourism for Costa Rica, here explains to Breaking Travel News how the destination plans to go carbon neutral by 2050.