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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Let’s Talk Tourism: Joaquin Rodriguez

By ClickAss Marketing | November 9, 2020

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.

Let’s Talk Tourism: Jim Damalas

By ClickAss Marketing | November 2, 2020

In Episode 4 of Let’s Talk Tourism, Namu Travel Group’s Casey Halloran catches up with Jim Damalas, CEO and Founder of Greentique Hotels

Let’s Talk Tourism: Hans Pfister

By ClickAss Marketing | November 2, 2020

In the third episode of Namu Travel’s Let’s Talk Tourism, Casey Halloran talks to Hans Pfister – President & Co-Founder of the Cayuga Collection.

Let’s Talk Tourism: Adam Baker

By ClickAss Marketing | November 2, 2020

Let’s Talk Tourism is a new series of videos from Namu Travel Group founder and CEO Casey Halloran. In the second episode Casey talks to travel presenter and marketing media guy Adam Baker.

Let’s Talk Tourism: Meni Mikowski

By ClickAss Marketing | November 2, 2020

Let’s Talk Tourism is a new series of videos from Namu Travel Group founder and CEO Casey Halloran. In this first episode Casey talks to Costa Rican hotel owner Meni Mikowski.

Off-Roading Goes Green: How Electric ATVs are changing transportation and tourism in Costa Rica

By Krystal Hartman | October 21, 2020

Thanks to Costa Rica’s green incentives, these vehicles are available for sale now, and their price rivals the gas-powered alternatives.

James Dyde on alternate proposals to the IMF

By ClickAss Marketing | October 17, 2020
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“Will the legislature, private sector, and public sector come together for the good of the country? It doesn’t look hopeful,” says long-time Costa Rica tourism industry veteran James Dyde of CentralAmerica.com.

Hate speech tarnishes Costa Rica’s tourism sector

By Krystal Hartman | July 3, 2020
Photo: Courtesy Gay Community News

With the May 26 decision to legalize same-sex marriages, some tourism industry professionals and news outlets took it upon themselves to share homophobic sentiments publicly and on local social media platforms.