Casino City Caribe in Costa Rica will increase gaming and tourism

The future resort could boost gambling and eco-tourism.

The new multi-resort in Limon Province will cost US$400 million and include not only gaming floors, but also a full entertainment offering.

Costa Rica could be the next big gambling destination. Casino City Caribe is a multi-casino venture being built in the city of Moin, with construction already underway. The gigantic entertainment resort is set to feature three casino hotels, a riverboat casino, a freshwater marina, and a conference center. This should help to charm all classes of visitors, from high rollers business clients to solo travelers looking for a bit of fun. In addition to the hotels, there will be 240 beachfront apartments and 180 vacation home lots.

The main focus of the project is gambling, with a lot of work put into making the various casinos bigger and better than anything that has been seen in the country before. If it is successful, it will bring other developers to the region. But there will be other ways for visitors to enjoy themselves and find relaxation and leisure. Aside from the casino, one of the standout aspects of the resort is the SPA and Wellness center. There will also be a discotheque and entertainment complex.

Moreover, the Central American nation attracts more than 1.7 million tourists each year (80 percent of them are mainly interested in eco-tourism), with most of those coming from the USA and Canada in a flourishing industry that generates US$1.7 billion per year.
There is no doubt that the massive Casino City Caribe will be an attractive prospect for visitors to Costa Rica. Over time, it could easily lead to similar resorts and boost tourism in the country by a great deal.