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SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica — Americans and Canadians alike are flocking to Costa Rica, and not just to visit. A new, free report at WeLoveCostaRica.com looks into the phenomenon, pointing out in particular what these committed newcomers from the north appreciate most about the country’s Papagayo region. North Americans in Costa Rica report a spectacular mix of unmatched natural beauty and top-flight infrastructure, delivering the comforts of their home countries in a paradisaical setting that to many brings to mind the fabled charms of 1960s Hawaii.
“Living in Costa Rica is incredibly satisfying, and it is also more accessible than many people would suppose,” WeLoveCostaRica.com representative Scott Oliver said, “Our new report highlights many of the most attractive things about settling down here, from the attractively low cost of living to the incredible beauty and amazing amenities. We hope anyone interested in this wonderful country will stop by our site and have a look.”
Among all Latin American countries, Costa Rica is home to by far the most immigrants as a proportion of its population. More than nine percent of those living in Costa Rica come from other countries, according to the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, with the tally for runner-up Argentina being less than half that.
There are good reasons that so many people seek to live in Costa Rica, too. In addition to a tropical surplus of natural beauty, the country is possessed of what many consider the strongest economy in the region, with a Human Development Index that is the envy of its neighbors. Compared to nearby countries like Nicaragua, it also has a long record of internal peace, even to the point of having forsworn a national army for over 65 years now.
Coupled with an impressive level of development that owes partly to a strong tourism sector, Costa Rica has become an increasingly appealing long-term destination for people from the United States and Canada. Costa Rica is generous about taking in new residents, too, recognizing what they contribute to the country’s economy and its culture.
Retirement in Costa Rica is therefore a popular option for people from countries further north, with many younger people also now choosing to see what the tropical superstar has to offer to them. The new WeLoveCostaRica.com report delves into the particular reasons for the well-deserved attention that Costa Rica is receiving, particularly in the northwestern part of the country that fronts the Gulf of Papagayo.
Visitors to the site can also register, free of charge, for a WeLoveCostaRica.com VIP membership. With no credit card required, they will receive access to a members-only section that lists hundreds of Costa Rica’s most desirable homes for sale, thousands of unique articles about the country, and more. That simple, quick sign-up also entitles new members to free copies of several e-books from expert expats, covering topics like immigration, buying real estate in Costa Rica, and general tips and tricks for those making the move.
Making it easy for people from elsewhere to learn about and emigrate to Costa Rica, WeLoveCostaRica.com is packed full of helpful guides, tips, real estate listings, and other informative resources.
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