Costa Rica Removes Negative COVID-19 PCR Test Requirement
Starting on Monday, Oct. 26 Costa Rica will no longer require incoming travelers submit a negative RT-PCR test. The move comes as Costa Rica is preparing to open to all 50 U.S. states on November 1. “As of October 26, all local and foreign passengers who entered Costa Rica by air must not present a RT-CPCR diagnostic test with a negative result,” the Costa Rica Tourist Board said in
COSTA RICA IS REOPENING FOR TOURISM AUGUST 1
Costa Rica will reopen its borders for tourism on August 1, 2020, allowing tourists from select low-risk countries. Daniel Salas, the Health Minister of Costa Rica, made an announcement on June 26th clarifying that the current travel ban set to expire on June 30th will be
GHANA HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
After being closed since March 22, Ghana has finally reopened airports and is once again allowing foreigners to arrive for non-essential travel as of September 1. We must have a lot of Ghanaian readers, as reopening information on Ghana has been one of the most requested topics from any nation in Africa. We’re happy to announce that Ghana has finally resumed flights and is now allowing inbound tourists.