Our guide centers around the world-famous beaches of Guanacaste and the Nicoya peninsula. Our beach communities each have a unique vibe and flavor and are highlighted with offerings of bookable experiences unique to that area, great starting points for your next Costa Rica vacation. I will present weekly articles on all things Guanacaste and Costa Rica, what to do, where to go, and who to see. Everything a visitor or potential Ex-Pat needs. A one-stop shop for Guanacaste including booking accommodations and experiences in dining, eco-tourism, adventure and so much more. We support sustainable practices and support businesses with those values. Pura Vida and thank you for visiting
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We are consistently ranked in the top ten on Google for the term “Tamarindo long term rentals” this is a fantastic place to list them. Long-term rentals in Guanacaste are in high demand and short supply. Find them here
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10 national parks One World Heritage Site
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This amazing and unique oceanfront lot measures just under 1 acre (3,429 m2) and is direct oceanfront in Avellanas beach, just down the road from the famous Lola’s Restaurant. Located 1 hour 15 minutes from the Liberia international airport and only 20 minutes from Tamarindo beach.
Tamarindo has all the amenities of a Costa Rican beach town: Sea, surf, sand and fun. It is the ideal place for honeymoons and weddings, couples, singles and families, and it's wonderfully suited to Eco-adventures.
Offered by Lindsey Cantillo and Summer Coast Properties
For Sale by Owner
A Message From Our Editor
“Costa Rica is the most ecologically progressive country in the world having become a leader by example. Walking the talk . Costa Rica has achieved its leadership role by setting aside 23.4% of its geography to preseves and national parks. Hands down the highest percentage in the world and making Costa Rica a conservation leader”
Rodgers H Bestgen Jr