Costa Rica, especially the Guanacaste region, has something for everyone. It has all the commodities of modern life, as well as pristine and undisturbed nature.
Why Live Here? If your considering making a move to Costa Rica, either part time or full time, here are some aspects of living here that you will enjoy...
Perfect Water Temperature & Nice Waves
Lower Health Care Costs
Most people enjoy this region because of the excellent weather, with only two and a half months of heavy rains, the rest of the year is beautiful. Average temperatures are about 85 degrees, and April is the hottest and driest month of the year with temperatures reaching 100 degrees.
December through March are considered the high season months for tourism, the dry climate is nice and the off shore winds make the waves perfect for surfers. However, many are finding that the months May through August are very enjoyabl light rain showers, and scattered clouds, that offer the most amazing sunsets over the Pacific Ocean.
Surfing in Costa Rica is so nice, we highly recommend you to try it yourself and recognize why it's so pleasant to enjoy the warm waters and great waves found in this region. This region of Costa Rica offers surf locations suitable for all levels of surfers, as well as some world renown surf breaks such as Witches Rock, Ollie's Point, Playa Grande, and many other spots. Enjoy beach breaks and rock formation surf breaks.
Contact Amigo Realty Tours to book a surfing safari trip to Witches Rock (Camping Trip or Day Trip), and many other exciting surf spots.
The people in Costa Rica are very friendly and often helpful. It's a wonderful feeling to live in a place where you know your neighbors. Costa Rica is said to be one of the top 10 happiest nations in the world. It also has the lowest poverty rate of all other Central American countries. Many Costa Ricans are very educated and can speak English.
Amigo Realty's Team of real estate professionals are educated to answer your questions about purchasing property, and are dedicated to helping you through the steps required to safely purchase your dream property in beautiful Costa Rica.
Call us today with your questions about life in Costa Rica, and we'll be happy to tell you about it.
From the US .... (720) 204-1959
In Costa Rica... 8705-3731 or 8705-4588
Purchasing Property in Costa Rica:In Costa Rica, foreigners have as much right to own property and businesses as a local native. As your real estate agents, Amigo Realty will help you to find a great deal for your investment, educate you about the property values in the area, the legal process of purchasing real estate, and warn you about things to avoid. We will also provide you with a list of qualified biligual Costa Rican attorneys with good reputations who can handle the legal aspects of the transaction and ensure that you will have all your bases covered..
About Costa Rica
Officially Republic of Costa Rica, republic (1995 est. pop. 4,872,000), 19,575 sq mi (50,700 sq km), Central America. It is bounded on the north by Nicaragua, on the east by the Caribbean Sea, on the southeast by Panama, and on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean. The capital and largest city is San José . In addition to the capital, other important cities are Alajuela , Heredia , Puntarenas , and Cartago .
The most stable country in Central America, Costa Rica has a long democratic tradition, a literacy rate of over 90%, and no army. The population is largely of Spanish descent, and the official language is Spanish.
Costa Rica is an agricultural country, although industry is being developed at a moderate pace. Industries include food processing and the manufacture of textiles and clothing, construction materials, fertilizer, and electronics. Coffee, bananas, sugar, and beef are exported, as well as manufactured goods such as textiles. Petroleum, machinery, consumer durables, chemicals, and foodstuffs are imported. Tourism is the second biggest money-earner, after agriculture.
The country is governed under the 1949 constitution. The current president, Laura Chinchilla elected in 2009, is the first female Costa Rican president. As all presidents in Costa Rica, she serves a four-year term and may not be immediately reelected. The unicameral legislature is also elected for four years. There is universal adult suffrage, and voting is compulsory. The country is divided into seven provinces.
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