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News is one price of information that we all look forward to. When you are looking at the different items of news you will find that some of these pertain to countries and others to events around the world. Depending on the news that you are looking for you should find a vast selection to look at. One such item that you may find of interest if you are going to Costa Rica for a holiday is that of some Costa Rica news.

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May 11, 2011 @ 11:08 pm

The Costa Rica Retirement Plan

Are you starting to plan your retirement and worrying about how the state of the economy will effect your life style after you turn 65?Are you watching your friends make plans to cash in their paper assets, move to a smaller home, and cut down on spending? This is what many people are doing in the face of a recession in the United States right now. But you imagined having a little money to travel, visit Paris maybe, or go on a cruise. Is all of that just a fantasy now?

February 12, 2011 @ 10:07 pm

Go Visit Costa Rica Helps Plan Costa Rica Vacations

(PRWEB) March 21, 2005

San Jose, Costa Rica (PRWEB) March 21, 2005 Â? Costa Rica is a tropical oasis with diverse rainforests, tropical beaches, and active volcanoes. It is no wonder that millions of tourists flock to Costa Rica every year. With extensive understanding of Costa Rican culture, geography, climate and amenities, offers tips to plan the ideal vacation.

Situated on the pacific coast in the northern province of Guanacaste, Tamarindo has become one of the most popular Costa Rica Vacation destinations. The province of Guanacaste is the hottest and driest region in Costa Rica. Even though there is still a rainy season in Guanacaste, it is much shorter than the other areas of Costa Rica. The warm climate and long stretches of beaches in Guanacaste combine to offer a picture perfect paradise known for its beautiful and relaxing beaches. Tamarindo lies in the center of this beach bliss.

Just north of Tamarindo is Playa Grande, also a popular destination, but for a very different reason. The beach is long and beautiful just like TamarindoÂ?s beach, but there is much more to this beach than meets the eye. At night during the months of October to February, the Leatherback Marine Turtles come up to nest their eggs in the sand. If you are here during the season, you can witness first-hand these huge marine turtles lay their eggs. It is truly a sight to be seen. You can also witness the baby Leatherback turtles hatch from December to April on Playa Grande. Make sure that you are on a tour with a certified guide as these turtles are protected and you will not be allowed on the beach without a guide. Whether you are into nature or just relaxing, Tamarindo and neighboring Playa Grande are the beaches for you.

Taking a Costa Rica vacation and not visiting one of Costa RicaÂ?s many national parks is like going to an amusement park and not riding a roller coaster. Over 26% of Costa RicaÂ?s land is dedicated to National Parks and Reserves, and Costa RicaÂ?s biodiversity is at the top among all the countries in the world. Manuel Antonio National Park is no exception to the beauty; it is located on the central Pacific Coast in the region known as Puntarenas. Even though Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the smallest parks in Costa Rica, it is truly one of the most beautiful and you are guaranteed to be awed by its beautiful beaches. Not to mention that nobody leaves this park without witnessing at least one troop of monkeys among the trees.

No Costa Rica vacation would be complete without a visit to Costa RicaÂ?s third most popular attraction, Arenal Volcano (Volcan Arenal). Arenal Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. It is a perfect conical shaped volcano with a prehistoric feel to it. Here you can sit on your hotel room balcony and watch the red lava flow down the side of the volcano like cavemen did thousands of years ago. Arenal Volcano erupts many times a day consistently, making it not dangerous but spectacular to witness.

Another wonder of Costa Rica are its cloud forests where much of the biodiversity of Costa Rica lives. Monteverde, a small Quaker-founded town, has increased in popularity because of the peacefulness and immense beauty of its cloud forests. Monteverde is perched in the mountains of Costa Rica on the continental divide where you can see both the Pacific coast and the Caribbean coast.

Costa Rica is a small yet diverse country. Because of this, it is a perfect vacation destination. On a typical two week Costa Rica vacation you can visit the pristine beaches of Tamarindo and Playa Grande, view the beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park, and see the spectacular Arenal Volcano and its flowing red lava. Where will you go on your next Costa Rica Vacation?

For more information please visit where you can plan and book your next Costa Rica Vacation.

Contact Information:

Todd Sarouhan


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Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) January 5, 2007

Kubera Venture Capital Group, LLC, a privately held real estate investment and development firm, today announced the release of the Master Plan for its 110-unit gated residential community, Jade Azul, in Nosara, Costa Rica. Offering residents an ecologically-rich lifestyle, the Balinese-inspired community will have a mix of single-family villas, ocean-view condominiums, and commercial amenities. To celebrate this first milestone of 2007, Kubera is offering a unique, limited-time promotion to Jade Azul buyers. Details of the promotion can be found on the Jade Azul website,

The Master Plan, available on the community’s website,, outlines the proposed layout of the community’s 25 villas, 85 condominiums, and amenities. The villas and condominiums will be built with the intent of preserving the natural habitat; approximately 50% of the property will be reserved as “green space,” with low-impact walking and hiking trails for residents to enjoy the tropical wildlife and environment.

With the first phase of villa construction nearing completion, prospective buyers visiting Nosara will soon be able to see all the features offered by the unique Balinese-inspired design aesthetic. The 1-story and 2-story villa models both feature 2 bedrooms and 2 baths (with an additional powder room in the 2-story model), and provide 1,000 square feet of indoor living space, along with large outdoor ceramic tile and teak terraces and optional upgrades such as swimming pools and landscaping packages.

In addition, the properties can be purchased with basic or upgraded furnishing and accessory packages, and as the build-out continues and residents begin to move into their new homes, a broad range of amenities are being added and planned, including outdoor spas and meditation areas, high-speed Internet access, shuttles to local beaches, maid service, pool cleaning, and local bill paying services. Pre-construction pricing for the jungle- and mountain-view villas ranges from $ 180,000-$ 225,000 for 1-story villas and $ 195,000-$ 240,000 for 2-story villas, with actual prices dependent upon lot sizes. Pre-construction condominium pre-sales are expected to begin in early 2007 for delivery in early- to mid- 2008, with pricing starting in the high $ 200s. The condominiums will feature expansive 180-degree ocean views and will incorporate many of the Balinese-inspired architectural details featured in the villa homes.

Mr. Kush Wadhwa, Partner of Kubera Venture Capital Group, stated, “We are extremely pleased to announce the release of the Master Plan for Jade Azul. This will enable our buyers to more fully appreciate the vision for the overall community, as well as the amenities that will be built into the environment to make Jade Azul a world-class destination. We are working aggressively on the next phase of construction and look forward to delivering high-quality, beautiful, and exotic homes to our discriminating buyers.”

About Nosara

Nosara is a small Pacific coastal town located in the Guanacaste province in Northwestern Costa Rica. The town is famed for its world-class surfing and sport-fishing, and offers a myriad of other eco-tourism related activities. It boasts a large American population, dubbed the “Proyecto Americano,” and has long been a home for privacy-seeking celebrities and wealthy Americans. Tucked away in the jungle, Nosara is accessible either by air (a 40-minute flight from the Juan Santamaria International Airport in San Jose, Costa Rica’s capital city) or car (a 2-hour drive from the Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia).

About Kubera Venture Capital Group:

Kubera Venture Capital Group is a US-based real estate investment firm focused on international residential vacation and second-home development. The principals have a collective 20 years of experience, including turn-key construction, new construction, land development, multifamily renovation, and condo conversions. Over the past ten years, they have completed many successful projects in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Central America.

Company Contact:

Autumn Fletcher-Derby

Kubera Venture Capital Group

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