Immigration 90 day rule
At the moment, Costa Rica remains open to most countries. The only requirement is the presence of a pole for health insurance in case of infection with Covid-19, which will cover all costs in case of quarantine and self-isolation. The certificate must be in English or Spanish.
During the registration of insurance, the following points must be taken into account:
- The duration of the insurance policy must coincide with the dates of stay in Costa Rica.
- The medical coverage guarantee must be $ 50,000.
- The minimum coverage for living expenses in case of illness is $ 2,000.
Moreover, if the tourist did not have the opportunity to take out insurance at home, he can get it from one of the Costa Rican insurance companies. Plus, they offer their services at airports.
In addition to the insurance policy, upon entry, the tourist must show his passport and confirm his intention to leave the country within 90 days. Also, 48 hours before the trip, the visitor is required to fill out an online form about his health condition – Health Pass (pase de salud).