Corredores is the 10th canton of the Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica. The head is Ciudad Neily. Corredores is part of the Brunca Region, located in the south of the country. Corredores is one of the least developed cantons in Costa Rica in terms of Human Development, child vulnerability and poverty. According to the 2011 National Census, the population of the canton was 41,831 inhabitants, of which 5.9% were born abroad. The same census highlights that there were 11,849 occupied homes, of which, 46.0% were in good condition and there were problems of overcrowding in 7.2% of the houses.51.3% of its inhabitants lived in urban areas. Among other data, the literacy level of the canton is 96.0%, with an average schooling of 7.3 years.
The same census details that the economically active population is distributed as follows: Primary Sector: 28.1%. Secondary Sector: 15.1%. Tertiary Sector: 56.8% In Corredores, Paso Canoas is located, a border post between Costa Rica and Panama.