Costa Rica – No Longer Require US Travelers to Present a Negative PCR COVID-19 Test

As of November 1, 2020, US citizens from all 50 states can enter Costa Rica via flights from the US. In addition to the coronavirus-related measures, US tourists must also present a valid passport and proof of intent to exit Costa Rica within 90 days (this would be your return plane ticket). 

US citizen tourists wishing to enter Costa Rica are no longer required to present the results of a negative PCR test for COVID-19. 

For more information on Costa Rica, travel safety measures, and more, please contact Frontiers Travel. 

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