ClickAss Blog: Costa Rica Tourism Industry News

Digital Nomad law now in effect in Costa Rica

By Oliver Garcia | July 6, 2022

The Digital Nomad law introduced by by former President Carlos Alvarado last year was signed into law this week by President Rodrigo Chaves.

This is expect to bring an addition $600 million a year into the Costa Rican economy.

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Beach ‘super-spreader’ myth: Don’t panic, Costa Rica

By ClickAss Marketing | February 22, 2021

Do Costa Ricans need to worry about super-spreader crowds at our beaches? Not according the evidence.

So, You Think You Want to Invest in Costa Rica Real Estate?

By Colin Brownlee | February 9, 2021

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.

Will Costa Rica Survive or Thrive in the future?

By ClickAss Marketing | February 4, 2021

Despite many problems, Costa Rica may facing a future of great opportunity.

COVID Test to Enter US: What You Need to Know in Costa Rica

By ClickAss Marketing | January 15, 2021
Fingers tearing open the package of a Rapid Antigen test, courtesy of centralamerica.com

What you need to know about the new rule requiring COVID tests for all air passenger to the US.

Five Ways Costa Rica Can Secure Travel Leadership

By ClickAss Marketing | December 17, 2020
Sloth in a tree - qcostarica.com

With the idea of reinvention and revitalisation in mind, Casey Halloran has a few ideas that could help Costa Rica to come out of this pandemic stronger and more innovative, and well-positioned to prosper in a changing tourism world.

Vaccine news has led to a spike in tourist bookings

By ClickAss Marketing | December 17, 2020
iStock/Washington Post illustration

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.”

Costa Rica’s COVID outbreak in context

By ClickAss Marketing | November 30, 2020
Costa Rica ending week with increase in coronavirus hospitalizations - The Tico Times

Costa Rica has the 46th-most new cases per capita over the past seven days, according to The New York Times. At 21.5 new cases per 100,000 people, this significantly trails the United States, but is higher than Canada.

Costa Rica Moves to Approve Remote Worker Policy

By ClickAss Marketing | November 29, 2020
The Costa Rica News - Remote Worker bill

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.