As of the 26th of October, “all local and foreign passengers who enter Costa Rica by air are no longer required to present a RT-PCR diagnostic test with a negative result.” ( visitcostarica ). In addition to this Costa Rican citizens returning to the country via flight will not be issued a 14-day quarantine.
Latest entry requirements for Costa Rica are as follow:
– All visitors entering Costa Rica will still need to purchase medical insurance to cover any COVID-19 related medical treatment or extended quarantine lodging.
– Complete the Health Pass epidemiological form which can be found here
– U.S. Citizens entering CR prior to November 1st, will still be required to provide a valid driver’s license or State ID card to establish residency in a state that has been authorized by the ministry of health.
Current list of authorized regions and countries allowed into CR:
United States of America: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey,New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont,Virginia, Washington D.C., Wyoming,
Canada: All citizens and residents
Mexico: All citizens and residents
European Union: All citizens and residents
United Kingdom: All citizens and residents
Central America & Panama: All citizens and residents
South America: All citizens and residents of Uruguay
The Caribbean: All citizens and residents of Jamaica
Asia: Citizens and residents of Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, and the People’s Republic of China
Oceania: Citizens and residents of Australia and New Zealand
Starting November 1st, all U.S. citizens from all 50 states will be allowed to enter CR with the proper insurance and completed health pass.