About Costa Rica
Costa Rica by all accounts is a small country. It is roughly the size of West Virginia has a population of 4 Million people. With its stunning scenery, ideal climate, wonderful people and proximity to International Airports, Costa Rica has become a popular area for investment, relocation and retirement for many North Americans and Europeans alike. Costa Rica is a democratic nation who abolished its army back in 1948. The official language is Spanish, although English is widely spoken in many areas. The local currency is the Colon (named after Christopher Columbus), although most real estate prices are quoted in US Dollars.
Costa Rica has long been recognized for its rich flora, fauna and biodiversity (5% of the world’s biodiversity in one-tenth of 1% of the world’s land mass). For over 50 years, Costa Rica has been known for its stable democracy, lack of an army, universal health care and literacy. President Oscar Arias and the previous administration have made Costa Rica the “Switzerland” of Latin America. The Guanacaste province in northwest Costa Rica is an area of breathtaking beauty. The beaches are caressed by the warm, beautiful blue waters of the Pacific and some beaches are host to breeding grounds of the majestic sea turtle. These parts of Costa Rica are home to a rich variety of flora and fauna, with national parks and wildlife refuges, volcanic peaks, jungle valleys, scenic waterfalls, natural hot springs, nature explorations, eco tours, white-water rafting as well as historic sites and quaint villages. Guanacaste offers a comfortable year-round climate with low humidity, sunny days and pleasant star-studded nights. Paradise awaits you!
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