Costa Rica will be reopening its borders on Sept. 1 to American travelers — but only those who are residents in a handful of states.
That includes travelers with proof of residence in New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine and Connecticut, all of which have cut down their incidence of COVID-19 to a positivity level deemed acceptable by Costa Rican officials.
All travelers to Costa Rica must also present a negative COVID-19 test result within 48 hours of travel to Costa Rica, along with medical insurance and a health pass form (you can find all the information on entry requirements here).
A number of hotels in the Caribbean Basin destination known for its vibrant eco-tourism offering have reopened, including the Nayara Tented Camp and Nayara Spring, both of which are operating at a cap of 50 percent maximum occupancy.
For more, visit Nayara.