Costa Rica will no longer require any Covid 19 entry requirements as of April 1 2022:
No negative test, No QR Code, No ‘Pase de Salud’, and No Restrictions Costa Rica has announced as of April 1 they will end Covid-19 measures for entry into the country. Starting April 1 2022, the government will lift its most significant restrictions with hopes to get back to normal after the latest Omicron infection wave.
Starting on April 1st, 2022, Costa Rica will eliminate the “Pase de Salud” as an entry requirement for anyone entering Costa Rica. In other words, tourists, non-residents, and resident travelers will not need to fill out the health pass and will not need to be vaccinated to get into the country. The Costa Rican government has also eliminated the requirement for non-vaccinated guests to purchase travel insurance. (Although this is still recommended for all guests visiting Costa Rica)
Please be aware that some businesses may require vaccination to enter their facilities, so non vaccinated guests will need to verify with booking agents any locations that might continue to request vaccination for entry. Businesses could voluntarily ask for it.
Some basic measures against Covid-19, such as obligatory masks in crowded and public spaces and handwashing, will be maintained
You can always find the most up to date travel entry requirements for Costa Rica here as well
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact a team member regarding the entry requirements
Pura Vida from the Entire Team