×
Interested in our Partner Program for businesses or our Local Guide Program for experienced expats and digital nomads? Click here to learn more.
San Jose, Costa Rica | Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in San Jose accepting of differences? | Expat Exchange
Expat Exchange
Free MembershipSign In
Chinatown in San Jose, Costa Rica

Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in San Jose accepting of differences?

Answer this Question

When we asked people about diversity in San Jose and whether locals are accepting of differences, they said...

"San Jose, as the capital of the country, attracts people from all regions of the nation. So we have many people of African descent from the Caribbean coast, many Nicos (people from Nicaragua), a large Chinese population (especially in the San Pedro suburb) and expats from all over the world. While the main religion is Catholic, there are many Baptist churches, Mormons and other Christian groups. People seem to be very accepting of differences," commented one expat who made the move to San Jose, Costa Rica.

AGS Worldwide MoversAGS Worldwide Movers
Get Quote

Relocating abroad soon? Make your move with AGS! AGS Worldwide Movers is a leader in the international moving industry. Our experience and expertise allows us to guarantee our clients the best quality moving services.

AGS Worldwide MoversAGS Worldwide Movers

Relocating abroad soon? Make your move with AGS! AGS Worldwide Movers is a leader in the international moving industry. Our experience and expertise allows us to guarantee our clients the best quality moving services.
Get Quote

"San Jose is a diverse city, with an array of different nationalities, cultures, and languages represented in its population. Moreover, Costa Ricans are generally welcoming and tolerant of others, regardless of their differences. People of different backgrounds, religions and cultures coexist peacefully in the city, celebrating the diversity it brings," remarked another expat in San Jose, Costa Rica, Costa Rica.

Other Questions:

Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in San Jose accepting of differences?

If you live in San Jose, newcomers to San Jose would love to hear your answer to this question.


Chinatown in San Jose, Costa Rica

AGS Worldwide Movers
AGS Worldwide Movers

AGS Worldwide Movers can move you to and from anywhere in the world.
Get Quote

AGS Worldwide MoversAGS Worldwide Movers

AGS Worldwide Movers can move you to and from anywhere in the world.
Get Quote

Contribute to Costa Rica Network Contribute
Help others in Costa Rica by answering questions about the challenges and adventures of living in Costa Rica.

RelocateNow Costa Rica
RelocateNow Costa Rica

Copyright 1997-2024 Burlingame Interactive, Inc.

Privacy Policy Legal Partners & Local Guides