Avoiding Costa Rica Travel Mistakes.... A must read article about traveling to Costa Rica.

Avoiding Costa Rica Travel Mistakes.... A must read article about traveling to Costa Rica.

Costa Rica map. Get your bearings Learn how to move, live, work, and retire in Costa Rica! www.becominganexpat.com

Costa Rica map. Get your bearings Learn how to move, live, work, and retire in Costa Rica! www.becominganexpat.com

9 Beautiful Beaches in Costa Rica

An Inside Look At The Most Beautiful Beaches In Costa Rica

Finca Bellavista  The Finca Bellavista community in Costa Rica is home to 24 structures all hanging from trees.

Finca Bellavista The Finca Bellavista community in Costa Rica is home to 24 structures all hanging from trees.

Dog Island, one of the main camping islands in the San Blas Islands of #Panama

San Blas Islands in Panama - Amazing Island Paradise

Dog Island, one of the main camping islands in the San Blas Islands of #Panama

Travel the Pan-American Highway end to end which crosses the following countries: Canada, USA, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Argentina.

Travel the Pan-American Highway end to end which crosses the following countries: Canada, USA, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Argentina.

Entry requirements for Costa Rica - find out if you need a visa and how long you can stay

Quick Overview of Entry Requirements to Costa Rica

Entry requirements for Costa Rica - find out if you need a visa and how long you can stay

These two relaxed yet highly functional tree houses are part of the Finca Bella Vista tree house community in the rainforest of Costa Rica. The community is home to ecologically minded adventurers wishing to preserve the 300 acres of rainforest surrounding their homes. Its residents enjoy hydroelectric and solar power and wi-fi internet, and have biodigestors to process waste. Dozens of land parcels are still available for future residents to design and build their own tree houses.

These two relaxed yet highly functional tree houses are part of the Finca Bella Vista tree house community in the rainforest of Costa Rica. The community is home to ecologically minded adventurers wishing to preserve the 300 acres of rainforest surrounding their homes. Its residents enjoy hydroelectric and solar power and wi-fi internet, and have biodigestors to process waste. Dozens of land parcels are still available for future residents to design and build their own tree houses.

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