Tamarindo, Guanacaste

Luxury Flamingo Beach Ocean View Home, Great Rental Income US$1,490,000

Welcome to Casa Rosa, an exclusive, newer ocean view home located on the south ridge of Playa Flamingo and only 500 meters from the beach!

Costa Rica Realtor Robert “Rob” McElroy Goodell Interview With Free Video. “I help people make their dreams become a reality.”

“This is a place that they are going to come to enjoy life, that is; to escape the daily routines of their lives back home, spend time with the people that are important to them, slow down to see life for what they envision in their dreams. Because that is what I am really doing. I help people make their dreams become a reality.”

Do I Really Need a Realtor In Costa Rica?

If you are one of the few individuals that speak Spanish, understand the ever changing market, understand the purchasing laws and know how to navigate through Costa Rica’s nameless streets, than you could be the exception to my article.

HGTV’s New “Beachfront Bargain Hunt” TV Show To Be Filmed in Guanacaste

Home and Garden Television (HGTV) has set its sights on Costa Rica. This time, for their newer “Beachfront Bargain Hunt” TV show!

Mar Vista Flamingo Beach Ocean View Eco-Community Affordable Homes From $299K and Land For Sale With Free Video.

The Flamingo Beach Ocean View Eco-Community offers a feeling of community with its great neighbors and numerous amenities including tennis courts, clubhouse and restaurant, community infinity edge pool with swim up bar…

Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Tamarindo: Fiestas, Fireworks & Grapes

Writing about where to specifically celebrate New Year’s Eve in Costa Rica is a bit of a challenge — because on December 31st the entire country basically turns into one giant party.

Typical Holiday Celebrations in Guanacaste, Costa Rica!

It seems these days that you can find just about anything on the internet. This is NOT true when it comes to Guanacaste national fiesta schedules!

What to Expect Learning to Scuba Dive in Costa Rica: Getting Certified

Costa Rica is an unbelievable place for diving — and when it comes to seeing huge open water animals,  few places in mainland Latin America beat Guanacaste’s Pacific Coast.

Halloween in Costa Rica: Trick or Treat?

Halloween is rubbing off on Costa Rica with each passing October. After all, who can resist an opportunity to be creative and get all dressed up for no reason?

Fun on Lake Arenal

We love living on the beach in Guanacaste but every now and then, it’s nice to go up to Arenal lake to cool off and spend some time with my Uncle Frank.

Where Does the Word “Butterfly” Come From? Top 5 butterflies in Costa Rica.

“Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.” — Anonymous
Ever wondered were the word “butterfly” comes from? No one knows for sure, but here are a few theories:

The Biggest and Baddest Sport Fishing Catches in Tamarindo & Flamingo, Costa Rica.

I took this photo one of the first times I ever went sport fishing, when I was 26. The boat captain convinced me it would be a “great idea” to jump in the ocean with my waterproof camera as the first mate held this sail fish still for a photo. PROBABLY a bad idea considering I could have been impaled. Luckily I wasn’t, and I got a cool photo out of it! Totally worth it.

Mud Therapy? Why Medicinal Clay Is Good For Your Skin.

You’ve seen those spa treatments where they cover your body in mud or clay from head to toe and call it therapy. But does it really do anything, or is it just for show?

Living in Costa Rica With Mamón Chino – The most addictive fruit on Earth.

Mamón chino are sold on practically every corner in Costa Rica between the months of July and October. If you’ve ever tasted these spikey, irresistible sweets then you’re probably an addict, too.

Birdwatching in Costa Rica Breakdown: Six of my favorite birds in Guanacaste

Guanacaste, Costa Rica is kind of a big deal when it comes to birdwatching. This region provides a much different and dryer habitat than other bird havens (like the Central Valley, the Caribbean or the Osa Peninsula), so here you can expect to find lots of unique species that you might not  be able to easily find anywhere else.