Embassy of Costa Rica in Canada - infolinks

By: Embassy Of Costa Rica In Canada  09-12-2011
Keywords: Educational Institutions

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Welcome to our info links page.

In this section you will find diverse links to information on Costa Rica's government, business, trade and educational institutions, as well as tourism information and news. When you link with some of these sites below, you should come back to our site with the back arrow of your navigator (Internet Explorer, Netscape, etc).

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Embassy of Costa Rica in Canada - tourism

The Government of Costa Rica, starting on November 1st, 2007, established the alert for all those who wish to visit Costa Rica and come from certain countries in South America and Sub-Sahara Africa, must have an International Certificate of Vaccination against Yellow Fever.



1- Aportar original del certificado de nacimiento de Costa Rica, con no más de 3 meses de emitido.2- Aportar dos fotografías recientes de 3cm de ancho y 3.5 cm de alto con fondo celeste.3- Tener nombre completo, Número de Cédula, dirección exacta en Costa Rica y número de teléfono de dos familiares.


Embassy of Costa Rica in Canada - trade

Costa Rica has implemented several laws to encourage nationals and foreigners to invest in all fields available; there are laws that provide certain fiscal incentives for investments in the areas of tourism, export, commerce, agro-industries and all new projects are always welcome in our country.


Embassy of Costa Rica in Canada - documents

Once pre-authenticated according to points b) and c), or verified the direct authentication with our office a), please send your original document and a copy, including a self-addressed and pre-paid registered or courier envelope to one of our Consulates in Canada.


Embassy of Costa Rica in Canada - cultural

In a pot, with olive oil, cook garlic and remove, cook onion and red peppers until tender, stir in the beans and add salt and pepper to taste, a pinch of oregano and a bay leaf. Costa Rica has two seasons: a "green" or "rainy" season that runs from May to November and a dry season that begins in December and ends in April.