Truly informative articles about retirement in Costa Rica can not be written by ‘travel writers’, they can only be written about by people who are actually living and who are retired in Costa Rica. 90% of the articles you will find here about retiring in Costa Rica are unique to our site. They have been written by people who have been retired in Costa Rica for many years, who understand the culture, the people and the country and you can learn from their experience.
Retirement In Costa Rica
Expatriate Private Medical Insurance: How To Keep Premium Costs Manageable!
Relocating to another area of the world outside your country of citizenship, by yourself or with your family is a challenging yet ...Read More
Total Chaos But, Free and Happy. Take a walk in the park to learn more. Free video.
For those of who are still undecided about living in Costa Rica, the next time you're in San Jose, try to spend a few hours walking through ...Read More
Happy Expats Retired in Atenas, Costa Rica!
Costa Rica is one of the most popular international expat destinations, and has become one of the world's safest places to visit and to ...Read More
The British Are Coming, The British Are Coming!
The Americas, especially North America, are no strangers to British invasions. We Gringos remember from our earliest school days that back ...Read More
Living in Costa Rica & Making A Difference. Papagayo Gringos helping animals. Free video.
Probably the one thing I'm most proud about is all the charitable work that we do here in Costa Rica. The first thing when I moved here, ...Read More
Should I Rent A Home in Costa Rica First? Or buy immediately?
Let me tell you. I know exactly what you want. I want a three-bedroom house with a pool looking at the ocean for $1500 a month. Good luck! ...Read More
Costa Rica Living in the Central Valley: Santa Ana is home for me.
I think of Santa Ana as being the second town in a string of three that are located west of San Jose, Escazu being the town closest to the ...Read More
A Bed and Breakfast in Costa Rica. Is it a lifestyle, a business or a hobby? Ten questions which might help you.
This is by no means an "expert opinion". I am a 'lifestyle' Costa Rica B&B owner still in training! I am sharing my thoughts hoping to help ...Read More
Costa Rica Health Care and Hospitals – Hospital CIMA in Escazu. Free online video.
As a Registered Nurse Costa Rica health care is a topic close to my heart and recently I had the good fortune to visit beautiful Costa Rica ...Read More
Retirement in Costa Rica. Latin dancing for dummies.
No sooner had I decided to learn how to dance Latin style than I saw a notice for Clases de Baile Popular, popular dance classes. These ...Read More