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5 Good Reasons for a Surfer to Invest & Retire In Costa Rica

If you were to design a country suitable for both ease of obtaining a secure investment and maximizing relaxation in retirement - it’s impossible to go past Costa Rica. In a nutshell, it’s ex-pat and traveler friendly, stable, safe, and beautiful.  From a surf standpoint, Costa Rica ticks all the boxes; warm water, consistent swells, and regional varieties of beaches, points, and river mouths to...

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Surfing on the Nicoya Peninsula

The Pacific coast of Costa Rica is blessed with waves all year around. While some months historically receive bigger swells than others, you can almost always find a wave breaking somewhere. The Nicoya Peninsula is lined from north to south with breathtakingly beautiful beaches where waves regularly break.

How to Buy Property in El Salvador

Buyers can be intimidated when they first approach the idea of purchasing a home or land in El Salvador. The process is quite easy for both locals and foreigners alike. In order to purchase a property in El Salvador the government requires only two documents: the first is a photo ID such as a passport and the second being a Salvadorian NIT card (Tax Identification Number). The process to buy property in...

Jaco Modern Surf Paradise

Costa Rica's biggest Surf Town, Jaco Beach is located in Garabito, the youngest county in Costa Rica, it is a black volcanic sand beach with great waves. Jaco is a must visit on a trip down to this area but first of all know your level of surfing! The beach of Jaco is 4 kilometers long and has three mayor surfing spots: – South of Jaco is a very well-knowing area for learning how to surf,...

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