Time in Costa Rica

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Costa Rica has one time zone, which is located in the UTC−06:00 zone, 6 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). [1] Costa Rica keeps the same time offset all days of the year, so it does not have daylight saving time.

IANA time zone database

In the IANA time zone database Costa Rica has the following time zone:

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References

  1. Time and Date AS. "Current local time in Costa Rica – San Jose" . Retrieved 2014-07-18.