The use of private vehicles is currently restricted
for the entire country. Restrictions vary as risk levels change. The restrictions are usually based on the last number of the licence plate. You should check local information
. There is a requirement for use of facemask
s on public transport, which can vary with risk levels. Check official information
. The supply of hire cars may be reduced, as rental companies have been asked to lend their vehicles for deliveries of medical equipment and goods. Public transport is operational with some restrictions. Taxis can operate at all hours. Hotels are now being allowed
to operate at varying levels of capacity (at 50 or 100%) depending on the level of Covid-19
alert in their location. Check local information here
. There are restrictions on beaches, restaurants, bars and other places where people gather. These are subject to change as Covid-19
risk levels vary.
at own accommodation.
Costa Rican Nationals
and Legal Residents
who enter the country may be required to self-isolate for 14-days. They should complete the epidemiological information form
which will specify the exact actions to be taken.
negative certification required.
Requirements for entry are available here
. These include a negative COVID-19
certificate obtained 72 hours prior to departure
, purchase of an insurance product with specific cover
and online completion of an advance epidemiological information form.