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May 2016

Unbelievable Opportunity: Own a Business and Live in Costa Rica

Have you ever dreamed of quitting your job? Selling everything, packing your bags and moving to a tropical paradise to run your own no-stress small business? Are you retired, but bored and want something to do that isn’t too taxing? Living your dreams and running your own business in Costa Rica has never been easier....
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Whale shark in Golfo Dulce

Whale sharks in Costa Rica give hotel guests surprise thrill

Sometimes it’s monkeys, or a sloth. Or maybe Scarlet Macaws or toucans. Or possibly even dolphins or a humpback whale. When travelers come to Costa Rica – the eco-capital of Latin America with nearly 6 percent of the world’s biodiversity – they often want to see certain animals. Maybe it is a favorite animal they...
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Student groups at Veragua Rainforest in Costa Rica

Veragua Rainforest for student educational trips to Costa Rica

Planning an educational trip for your students? Put Costa Rica at the top of your list. This amazing country has so much to offer students in learning experiences – more than 5% of the world’s biodiversity, multiple climactic zones, awe-inspiring natural beauty, and a fun, friendly local culture in a very safe country for travel....
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Spa at Pranamar Villas – Gaia Bodywork and Wellness

What does the term wellness really mean? Dictionary defines it as “the quality or state of being in good health especially as an actively sought goal”, but if you ask around, it will mean something different to everyone. Sebastian Campanile‘s studies have taken him to Argentina, Colombia and most recently Peru, where he studied Cranio...
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Wedding at Hacienda Guachipelin, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Unique Costa Rica destination wedding location: Rincon de la Vieja Volcano

  When people think of having a destination wedding, the usual locations that come to mind are picture-perfect beaches in some exotic tropical setting. But what if you and your betrothed, or your family and friends, are not really beach people? Sure, the palm trees, turquoise-colored ocean and fiery sunsets are romantic. Then again, so...
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Buying a new home in Costa Rica

How to Buy a House in Costa Rica in 9 Easy Steps

Costa Rica is among the best countries to retire and is also excellent for real estate investment. You’ve been to the Central American country and see why Costa Rica is a great place to live. You have looked at real estate in Costa Rica, and now you’re ready to buy a house in Costa Rica....
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Manuel Antonio Costa Rica

Essential insider’s tips for Costa Rica vacation planning

Costa Rica is one of the hottest holiday destinations of 2016. Especially since it was named one of the safest places to visit around the world in 2016. Planning a vacation to Costa Rica, however, can be overwhelming given the seemingly endless choices of what to do, and where to go and stay. A simple...
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Chef Randy Siles at Hotel Tropico Latino in Santa Teresa Costa Rica

World eye on Costa Rican food for new culinary travel destination

Whenever I travel back to the States on vacation, people always ask me, “What is Costa Rican food like?” Usually I quip: “Rice and beans” for a quick answer. Rice and beans certainly is a staple of Costa Rican cuisine – what tourist can forget the customary breakfast of gallo pinto (rice and beans) served...
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Culinary options in Monteverde

Culinary options in Monteverde What food are you craving? Would you like to be adventuresome and try Fusion Cuisine, or you’d like some comfort food like pasta or pizza?  The Monteverde-Santa Elena area has a surprising variety of restaurants for visitors to enjoy.  If you’d like some reasonably priced local fare, you can try a...
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