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Question by Nicole Kroetsch: Where to stay on the caribbean coast in Costa Rica?
We’re going to Costa Rica in August and we’re looking for a nice relaxing, all-inclusive, Caribbean coast, hideaway. Any suggestions?
Answer by nathymma
Well I have to be honest an all inclusive in the Caribbean Coast it will be hard to find but what about a hotel with meals included?, you should try to contact Mr. Fabio Molina at firstname.lastname@example.org he would give suggestions because he has more than 15 yrs working in tourism in Costa Rica
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Costa Rica Real Estate Project to Provide Seven Day Virtual Tour of Costa Rica and the South Pacific Coast
Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) August 17, 2010
Ever wonder just what happens and what to do once you get to Costa Rica?
On Wednesday, September 15, Hacienda Matapalo’s Executive Vice President Brian Albury will take visitors on a seven day virtual tour of Costa Rica with a unique online seminar.
Scheduled to run from 6 to 7 p.m. Eastern, Albury’s tour will take visitors on a whirlwind adventure starting the moment they touch down at San Jose’s International Airport.
“You will experience the thrill of whitewater rafting down the Saverge River and zip lining through the rainforest canopy,” Albury said of what he plans for the virtual tour. “I’m going to take you out on the calm, clear waters of Costa Rica’s South Pacific Coast as you experience the greatest sport fishing in the world! And we’re going to do it all from your home or office computer.”
Snorkeling and scuba diving are also on the itinerary as is some of the best surfing on the planet. Nature lovers will pine over the diversity of flora and fauna, and fall in love with many of the little friends that live in the area like whiteface capuchin monkeys, toucans and macaws.
“Walk along the pristine beaches and witness majestic sunsets as you relax in the land of Pura Vida,” Albury said. “Your seven day virtual tour of the place they call paradise, awaits…”
Hacienda Matapalo, a gated community on Costa Rica’s South Pacific Coast, is the best selling property in Costa Rica with more than $ 60 million in pre-construction sales.
To register for the online seminar and virtual tour of Costa Rica click here. To learn more about Hacienda Matapalo visit haciendamatapalo.com.
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Oglethorpe student missing off Costa Rican coast
Officials at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta say a student is missing after he was caught in a riptide off the coast of Costa Rica. In a news release, officials say junior Erik Downes, who’s from Florida, traveled to Costa Rica with students and faculty as part of an ecological study abroad trip.
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Movistar’s Amador attacked by thugs on training ride
Movistar racer Andrey Amador is recovering in a hospital after muggers beat and left him unconscious in a Costa Rica riverbed over the weekend in an apparent robbery of his new Pinarello Dogma 60.1s bicycle. Amador, 24, was on his final training ride of 2010 when thugs poured out of two passing vehicles near the Costa
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Panasonic to Fund Scholarships for Students Attending EARTH University
Panasonic announced today at the International Consumer Electronics Show a commitment of $ 200,000 for scholarships to EARTH University. Atlanta, GA and Secaucus, NJ (Vocus/PRWEB) January 05, 2011 Panasonic Corporation of North America and Panasonic Corporation announced today a commitment of $ 200,000 to provide full, four-year scholarships for three students at EARTH University. The three …
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Florida man who studies in Atlanta is missing off Costa Rican coast
ATLANTA (AP) — Officials at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta say a student — a man from southwest Florida — is missing after he was caught in a riptide off the coast of Costa Rica.
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Body of missing Oglethorpe student found
Body of missing Oglethorpe student found
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Missing Oglethorpe Student ‘s Body Recovered
Friday brought a tragic ending to the massive search for Oglethrope University Junior Erik. L. Downes in Costa Rica. His body was found off the coast of Playa Pinuelas Friday.
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It has been said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. There is nothing more beautiful than viewing the the Pacific Ocean Coast of Costa Rica. Costa Rica beach properties is a 630 mile coastline that features many bays, coves, and inlets that give the coastline its distinctive features. The famous Jaco Beach attracts many tourist to Costa Rica’s Pacific coast.
One thing for sure there is so much to do for tourist and locales. Hiking at Corvocado National Park and enjoying horseback riding at Rincon de Oso. Those staying on the mid Pacific coast of Costa Rica will have the chance to experience the adventure ATV tours at Quepos-Manual Antonio and the historical areas of Putaraenas. Imagine lying in the sun in Guanacaste on the northern coast which is home to some of the most exquisite Costa Rica beach property. Hermosa, Tamarindo, Nosara and Flamingo beaches are all prime locations. The amenities alone will ensure you of a good time on the Costa Rica Pacific coast.
One of the many great things about Costa Rica is that the Costa Rica economy is benefiting greatly from investors. Since Costa Rica is a real estate hotspot the Costa Rican government is permitting acres of Costa Rica land to be sold. The region is where a majority of the Costa Rica beach properties are currently located. This region is more developed than the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean coastline. Whether it’s for business or pleasure when you visit the Pacific coast remember the best time to go is December through April. If you like the rainy season May through November would be ideal. The funny thing about the country is that it’s only the size of West Virginia.
About Paradise Brokers
Paradise Brokers www.pardisebrokers.com is really making dream com true for many people. It has now become a full service real estate development and property management company. Paradise Brokers employs licensed real estate agents in all of their offices. Paradise Brokers has purchased over 2000 acres and brokered nearly 4000 acres. Investors can obtain developed land at underdeveloped prices in the South Pacific coastal region. Wow! “we didn’t create paradise, we made it accessible” says Nick Halverson Chief Operating officer. Paradise Brokers can also assist in making your travel, lodging and tourism arrangements plus provide transportation within Costa Rica to view your property. This lucrative program comes with 100% money back guarantee.
For more information contact 1-877 CRland 1, (1 877 275-2631) or in dominical, Costa Rica call 506 787-0181. You can get a free report at www.developingparadise.com
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Mr. Halverson is co-founder and COO of Paradise Brokers. He and Mr. Gale have known each other for over 20 years and between the two of them oversee all company operations. Nick spent 10 years doing marketing work for several businesses in international development (Australia, New Zealand), investment banking and sports marketing where he worked with clients such as Wal-Mart, BP-Amoco, Kellogg’s and Fujifilm. Nick earned his MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and his BS in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)
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Costa Rica Coast Guard searches for Cape Coral student
Erik Downes, originally from Cape Coral, was on a study abroad program in Costa Rica with classmates from Oglethorpe University. According to reports, he was swimming with a group in the Pacific Ocean Jan. 4, when they got caught in a riptide.
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Cape Coral man reported missing in Costa Rica
A Cape Coral man, a student at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, has been reported missing in Costa Rica. Officials with the school say he was part of a study abroad program there.
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Question by Virginia P: nosara costa rica? pacific ocean coast costa rica?
i am spending tomorrow night in tamarindo then the next 3 or 4 days in nosara, besides the beach, is there anything really interesting or worth checking out while there? i need time away from my family at certain points just to get a break, know of anything?
Answer by marlinon
Well, I have to say sorry about your luck that you ended up in that region for vacation. Unfortunately you will not find that much of anything to do there, as the Tamarindo and Nosara areas are very boring indeed. Other than decent beaches, the nightlife scene is nothing worthy of mention, and as I am sure you have already experienced, it gets pretty lame, pretty quick in the Guanacaste region.
The best place to visit in Costa Rica for an overall better time and experience is the Manuel Antonio or Jaco Beach areas. There you will find a much better variety of things to see and do, and plenty of nightlife as well.
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Gulf Coast Latin Chamber plans Costa Rica trade trip
The Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce and Bradenton-based Translation Link LLC are planning a
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Parchment grad leaves Alaska for Peace Corps, Costa Rica
It was an interesting Christmas for 31-year old Kevin Klott. The 1998 Parchment High School graduate and former journalism student at Western Michigan University had spent the last several Christmases in Alaska, where the surroundings fit well with the Christmas ideal. This year, however, he found himself about 4,800 miles away in the Central American country of Costa Rica on a two year mission …
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