These 10 Things will make you wonder why you never considered living in Costa Rica.
Arenal Area Listings
Lake Arenal, and its nearby volcanoes and surrounding tropical jungles are one of Costa Rica’s best kept secrets.
The lake itself is only 20 miles long and consists of only 35 sq. miles. But it is gorgeous.
Southern Zone Listings
The Southern Zone encompasses a large area… one which is largely unexplored and yet is what most of us picture when we hear the words “Costa Rica.”
Literally millions of acres of land primarily rainforest and mostly unoccupied makes up the Southern Zone . It is known to be the home of the “most biologically intense area” of the planet.
Central Valley Listings
The Central Valley of Costa Rica consists basically of San Jose and all surrounding “suburbs”. The Juan Santamaria airport, which is just immediately outside of San Jose is a point that almost everyone knows. The central valley is ringed by mountains, and the air is almost always fresh and temperate.
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Central Pacific Listing
The central pacific coast of Costa Rica has undergone a rebirth since the completion of the new highway … which stretches all the way from the capitol city of San Jose all the way down to the borders of Panama… (well, technically the NEW highway does not stretch ALL the way, but close).
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Guanacaste Area Listings
Guanacaste is the area of Costa Rica that well over 75% of tourists visit… and that is where their memories originate...as well as their dreams of returning.
Guanacaste is bordered on the north by Nicaragua and extends to the south to form a peninsula which is bordered on the west by the pacific ocean and on the east by the Bay of Nicoya.