In the midst of a tourism boom in the Costa Rican capital of Managua, a number of people are trying to find a cheaper option to get around.
A new trend is turning to cheaper airlines and a number are starting to take advantage of the new cheap travel option.
According to a recent report by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Costa Rica is now the fifth most expensive country to fly to, just ahead of the United States, Mexico, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
The IATA also revealed that Costa Rica has the third-highest cost of airfare for those who wish to travel by land or sea.
“Costa Rica is becoming a place where you can do almost anything you can think of,” said Carlos López, an international consultant and travel agent based in Managualua.
“It’s like the new Dubai.
I don’t think anyone is going to go to Costa Rica any more.”
Costa Rican Tourism is an expensive businessDespite the high cost of travel, the country’s tourism industry is booming, with the Costa Rica Tourism Board estimating that its revenues will be in the region of $20 billion by 2020.
“This is not a one-time phenomenon.
Costa Rica can be a big destination and it can be very expensive,” López said.
“I think Costa Rica will become a tourist destination of the future.”
One of the main reasons Costa Rica attracts so many people to the country is the relatively low cost of living compared to many other Latin American countries.
The country has a very low unemployment rate, which means that it doesn’t take that many people out of the labor force, making it easier for them to live there.
Costa Ricans average annual income is around $1,000 a year.
That means Costa Ricans can afford to live much more cheaply than many of their neighbors.
“We are very lucky,” said Jorge Vazquez, a Costa Rican student.
“We can live in the middle of nowhere and enjoy it.
Costa Rican people are very generous.”
Costas wealth has been growing rapidly over the past two decades.
According to the Costa Ricanos Ministry of Finance, the median income in Costa Rica reached $15,000 in 2005, and that figure jumped to nearly $70,000 by 2013.
That increase in income means that the average Costa Rican can now comfortably support their families.
But that is only the tip of the iceberg.
Costa Rican society is also very generous.
According a study by the United Nations, Costa Rica’s average monthly income is $10,000.
It is one of the highest in Latin America.
And it is a significant part of that average income.
“It’s not just a question of how much money you have, but how much you have to live on,” said Lópiz.
“So it’s very important to make the most of that money.
It’s about taking care of your family.”
The economic downturn has also made it harder for some Costa Ricicans to find jobs.
The unemployment rate in Costa Ricias largest city, Managuan, stands at 25.5 percent.
That is more than twice the national average of 4.9 percent.
Many Costa RicANS have found it hard to find work, and those who do find work tend to do so through part-time jobs.
Costas economy is also dependent on tourism.
According the World Tourism Organization, Costa Ricos gross domestic product in 2016 was $17.5 billion, which was up from $12.8 billion in 2015.
And the economy is expected to grow further in 2017.