Vaccine news has led to a spike in tourist bookings

iStock/Washington Post illustration

iStock/Washington Post illustration

Will the Coronavirus vaccines translate into more tourist bookings in Costa Rica for 2021?

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.”

This will be welcome news in Costa Rica where, despite a slight increase in arrivals in the past month, the tourism-dependent economy has been suffering since last spring.

Read the whole article in The Washington Post.


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