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Tourism is the 2 nd largest revenue stream for Costa Rica. It accounts for over 21% of the country’s total exports. Of this, it is recorded that roughly 10%—I can assure you that this is a softened number, in my opinion it is probably double—of Costa Rica’s tourism is to engage in the legal and anonymous act of purchasing sex (serviced by over 10,000 sex workers). So, without being able to put a direct dollar amount on cash directly brought in by prostitution, we can see that it is substantial, to say the least.
Of the 10,000+ working girls thought to be in action throughout the country at any given time, many of them are the only people within the tourism industry making decent money (at ground level) during the off-season. In many cases, it is the cash flow brought in by the girls (who trade sex for money) which keeps the small businesses alive during the slow months, especially in tourist-dependent towns like Playa Jaco, and Tamarindo.
Like it or not, prostitution and sexual tourism are a huge piece of Costa Rica’s economic pie. Without its revenue trickling down through society, the country would be a much, much poorer place. And although sexual tourism is present, it shouldn’t steer off those who want to travel Costa Rica on a family vacation, as it’s really only prevalent in certain bars … usually after dark (who takes their kids to a bar anyhow? …sheesh!).
Costa Rica’s Sex-Tourism Is Growing.
Prostitutes from different countries gather in the Del Rey, Costa Rica's most popular prostitution venue – photo by Keely Kernan/Freelancer.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — The slumping global economy is having a stimulus effect on Costa Rica’s famous sex-tourism industry, as a growing number of unemployed women — from Colombia to the Dominican Republic — flock to San Jose to seek a living in the world’s oldest profession.
In popular prostitution hot spots such as the Hotel & Casino Del Rey and Key Largo, local prostitutes compete with an influx of foreign women from Nicaragua, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Venezuela and even Russia. The increase in numbers and variety of working women here has reaffirmed Costa Rica’s position as an international hub for prostitution, which is legal and regulated by the government since 1894.
But not everyone is happy about the increased competition, which, along with a contracting economy, has required some prostitutes to lower their prices by as much as 40 to 50 percent.
“Business is bad. The problem is competition. Sometimes I don’t even make enough to take a taxi home after work,” said Costa Rican prostitute Mayela, as she lingers by the bar at Key Largo in search of a client.
Like many prostitutes, Mayela, a 36-year-old single mother with an unfinished education, first started selling her body for sex in her early 30s to support her children. After several years of prostitution, she made enough money to buy a small house and get her three daughters into decent schools. She eventually found an unskilled assembly line job at a factory, which paid less than prostitution but got her out of the skin trade, which she despises.
But when she got laid off earlier this year, Mayela said she had no choice but to return to wearing short skirts and working long nights.
“Now there are like 90 percent more girls working here than before,” Mayela said of the scene at Key Largo. “And most of them are foreigners.”
Even veteran foreign prostitutes notice the changes.
“There are a lot more Colombians now. Before it was mostly Ticas [Costa Ricans] and Nicas [Nicaraguans],” said Elena, a Russian prostitute who was brought to Costa Rica by a Belgian man five years ago to work in a strip club.
Some of San Jose’s women of the night came to Costa Rica with more ambitious professional plans in mind. Ana, 34, said she worked in the fashion industry in Colombia and came to Costa Rica to find similar work when the economy started to slow in her native country. When she couldn’t find a job in Costa Rica, she turned to prostitution.
Though tourism in Costa Rica has fallen 15 percent this year, the scene at the Del Rey and Key Largo — the heart of San Jose’s so-called “Gringo Gulch” — seems resilient to the downward trend. On a recent Saturday night, both spots were packed with hundreds of North American men, who flirted at the bar with curvy women or shuffled drunkenly and uninhibitedly on the dance floor to live music.
But while business in the Gringo Gulch appears lively at first glance, some women say more men seem interested in window shopping than making a purchase. A Costa Rican prostitute named “Cindy” says many men are looking for a fantasy bar experience where voluptuous women coo and paw at them for several hours, but fewer are actually paying to go upstairs afterward.
Jacobo Schifter, a professor emeritus at Costa Rica’s National University of Heredia and author of Mongers in Heaven, an investigation of Costa Rica’s sex tourism industry, reports that the self-identified sex-tourism mongers have created their own subculture, identity and even philosophical positions on issues such as sex and relationships.

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