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Explore Resources and Guides for Digital Nomads, Semi-Retired Travelers, and Retirees to Move to and Live in Costa Rica!

From knowing which type of visa you need (and all the application process details), to finding housing, to planning excursions, food, and fun, we’ve got a ton of information about how to travel long-term in Costa Rica, or even move to Costa Rica! Read our guides below and start planning your trip to this gorgeous Central American country.

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Moving & Living in Costa Rica: Digital Nomad Guide for Working Remotely, Semi-Retirement, Housing & More - Frayed Passport

Moving & Living in Costa Rica: Digital Nomad Guide for Working Remotely, Semi-Retirement, Housing & More

Nearly 500,000 foreigners have some sort of residency status in the country of 5 million. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Costa Rican government has kept the country open to expats through their digital nomad visa. So, if you’re looking for a change, look no further.

Comprehensive guide to Costa Rica residence visas - Frayed Passport

Comprehensive Guide to Costa Rica Visas: Digital Nomad, Provisional Visa & More

Costa Rica is one of the latest countries to jump on the digital nomad trend. The country has scenic nature coupled with great weather all year round. It welcomes foreigners and offers many programs that help them obtain legal residency, whether temporary or permanent. Read on to learn more about different visa types for Costa Rica

8 Destinations for Your Work Sabbatical - Frayed Passport

8 Destinations for Your Work Sabbatical

A work sabbatical offers you time to explore, learn, and think more about what you want from life. It’s an extended and unstructured time-off to focus on what matters: family, health, personal interests and aspirations, and professional goals. To help you choose a work sabbatical destination, we’ve compiled this list of the 8 best locations.

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