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Costa Rica rated 2nd in tourism in the Caribbean and Latin America - Costa Rica ranked in top 10 fastest growing tourism markets - Huge inward investment from major multinationals, with many headquarters being set up here - Highly educated workforce with 96% literacy rates, one of the highest in the world - Support from the Government to preserve the remaining nature reserves - Stable and peaceful government - Facility to purchase through a company to minimize Costa Rican tax exposure and facilitate easy resale - Major tourist investment dollars being spent - Two international airports - Land registered in your name with the Land Registry - Excellent infrastructure
Costa Rica ranked the safest country in Latin America - Surrounded by extensively diverse flora and fauna - Many small islands and romantic beaches in sheltered bays - Dry and warm climate of 24-30 degrees Centigrade year round. Best Climate in the world according to NASA analysis result. - World class health care at a fraction of the cost of many other countries worldwide. A country where people retiring that just enjoy life, where tourists come to have a second house as investment or just a vacation home for them. Where expatriates professionals can feel like to be in a second home. Where the local middle class is growing every day more.
Playa Jaco is the closest beach town to San José, the Central Valley and is one of the most visited coastal destinations in Costa Rica. The beach is a 2.5 mile (4 km) strip which offers top level surfing and much more other attractions. Much like Costa Rica's metropolitan areas, Jaco's offers most services, such as a post office, health center and branches of major banks. Furthermore, there is an abundance of shops, hotels and restaurants that are affordable for the budget travelers as well as those wishing to live a bit more luxuriously.
Costa Rica’s varied ecosystems are a naturalist’s dream, ranging from mangrove swamps, tropical rainforests to mountains and coastal beaches. Unlike many destinations, where man has driven the animals into the deepest seclusion, Costa Rica’s wildlife is abundant. Animals and birds are prolific and in many cases relatively easy to spot. See monkeys swinging about the branches, sloths lounging in the crooks of trees, brightly colored tree frogs, tapirs and jaguars mingling along with the other exotic creatures in their natural habitat. Bird watching is spectacular with more than twice the number of bird species than in the whole of the United States. Perched above you are scarlet macaws, toucans, humming birds, parrots and quetzal. Costa Rica is home to the giant morpho butterfly and contains more butterfly species than the whole continent of Africa.