WindStar Real Estate Costa Rica - Property for Sale throughout Costa Rica
WindStar Real Estate offers all types of property for sale in Costa Rica
and works closely with local sellers to obtain the best price for buyers. Types of real
estate listings include undeveloped land, farms and ranches,
investment property, waterfront and beachfront lots,
residential and commercial properties.
Real Estate Broker with experience in the United States and Costa Rica
Your WindStar Broker, with her real estate experience in the United States and Costa Rica, will provide you with
personal service for your property search in Costa Rica.
Buying and Selling Costa Real Estate Direct
Buying and Selling Costa Real Estate through local owners provides great savings on your property investment.
Costa Rica Real Estate Transactions and Regulations
Learn about Real Estate Transactions, Regulations, Costa Rica Taxes, Title Registration, Financing, Zoning and Currency Law.
Costa Rica Tax Laws and Regulations for Individual Investors
Individual Tax Laws and Regulations in Costa Rica, Costa Rica Tax System for buying property, Income Taxation and Insurance Premiums.
Corporate Tax Laws in Costa Rica
Corporate Tax Laws in Costa Rica for purchasing real estate. Depreciation, taxes on corporate assets, property and
transfer taxes, sales tax and
taxes on profit dividend.
Facts about Costa Rica - People, Government, Geography, Economy
Costa Rica is wonderful, peaceful and stable country. Learn more about its People, Geography, Economy, Budget, Transportation, Economic Aid, Communications and Military.
National Parks of Costa Rica
Costa Rica is proud of
its many national parks reflecting
the biodiversity of wildlife,
flora and fauna that Costa Rica
is famous for. Manuel Antonio
Park, Corcovodo and Tortuguero
Parks are among it most popular
Arenal Volcano and Tabacon Hot Springs
The area of Arenal Volcano, Arenal Lake and Tabacon Hot Springs near La Fortuna Costa Rica is one of the most visited and spectacular tourism attractions in Costa Rica.
Ballena Marine National Park
The Ballena Marine Whale National Park on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica extends from Uvita and protects the shoreline of Bahía de Coronado.
Barra Honda National Park / Parque Nacional Barra Honda
Barra Honda National Park, near the Río Tempisque, is known for its ancient limestone caverns, including the Santa Ana Cave and Hall of Pearls.
Braulio Carrillo National Park / Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo
Braulio Carillo National Park is known for its tugged mountains, dormant volcanoes, deep canyons, swollen rivers,and seeming endless clouds.
Cahuita National Park
Fourteen kilometers of palm tree rimmed beaches, lush rainforest and abundant wildlife are the features that make Cahuita National Park a highlight of Costa Rica.
Castro Blanco National Park / Parque Nacional Juan Castro Blanco
Castro Blanco National Park is one of Costa Rica's youngest national parks created to protect the vital watershed on the slopes of Volcán Platanar and is home to several endangered species, including the magnificent Quetzal.
Chirripo National Park / Chirripó Parque Nacional
Chirripo National Park protects 50,00 hectares of high-elevation terrain surrounding Cerro Chirripó, Central America's highest peak and large parts of
it are relatively unmolested by humans.
Corcovado National Park / Parque Nacional Corcovado
Corcovado National Park -- The Amazon of Costa Rica--is the largest stronghold of primary forest on the Pacific coastline.
Guanacaste National Park
Guanacaste National Park
was created to connect Santa
Rosa National Park with the
high elevation cloud forest
of Orosi and Cacao volcanoes
and across the continental divide
to the Caribbean rainforest
of Northern Costa Rica.
Irazu Volcano National Park
Irazu Volcano National Park - Volcan Irazu is an active volano just northeast of Carto, Costa Rica
Manuel Antonio National Park
Manual Antonio National Park epitomizes everything tourists flock to Costa Rica to see:
beautiful beaches, a wide variety of wildlife and lush tropical rainforest.
Palo Verde National Park / Parque Nacional Palo Verde
Palo Verde National Park protects 13,000 hectares of floodplain, marshes, limestone ridges, and seasonal pools in the heart of the driest region of Costa Rica.
Piedras Blancas National Park
Piedras Blancas National Park, formerly part of Corcovado National park, is now a beautiful park in its own right.
Playa Grande Marine Turtle Park / Parque Nacional Marino Las Baulas
Costa Rican beaches don't come more beautiful than Playa Grande, a seemingly endless curve of coral-white sand with water as blue as the summer sky.
Poas Volcano National Park
At the Poas Volcano National Park you can drive down almost all the way to the rim of the crater to a viewing terrace with a bird's-eye view only 320 meters down into the bowels of the volcano.
Rincon de la Vieja National Park
Rincón de la Vieja is an active volcano in a period of relative calm. It is the largest of five volcanoes that make up the Cordillera de Guanacaste.
Santa Rosa National Park
Parque Nacional Santa Rosa is most famous for Hacienda Santa Rosa--better known as La Casona--the nation's most cherished historic monument.
Tenorio Volcano National Park and Vicinity
The Tenorio Volcano is steep-faced archetypically conical volcano covered with lush mountain and cloud forests.
Tortuguero National Park
Tortuguero National Park one of the most varied within the park system
with 11 ecological habitats, from high rainforest to herbaceous marsh communities.
Art, Culture and Performing Arts in Costa Rica
Costa Rica's interest in art, dance, performing arts, folklore, music and literature is increasing rapidly
and there are more options than
ever for art lovers.
The National Theatre of Costa Rica / El Teatro Nacional in San Jose
The National Theatre, or Teatro Nacional in Spanish, in San Jose, is the pride and joy of culture enthusiasts in Costa Rica.
Climate, Seasonal and Weather Information for Costa Rica
Seasonal Information about Costa Rica's tropical weather patterns, rainy seasons, temperatures and dry season.
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Rica's North Pacific Coast
the North Pacific Coast of Costa
Rica, Playa Nosara and Samara
located in Guanacaste and the
Peninsula De Nicoya are two
beautiful beaches where many
foreigners find the slower pace
Rica's Central Valley
to the capital of San Jose and
the modern city of Escazu, the
Central Valley is a very
popular place to live in Costa
Rica's Central Pacific Coast
The Central Pacific
Coast of Costa Rica offers some
of the most beautiful beaches
in Costa Rica, including Jaco
Beach, Playa Hermosa and the
beaches of Manuel Antonio.
Rica's South Pacific Coast
Rica's South Pacific Coast contains
some wonderful communities such
as Palmar Norte, Sierpe and
the popular tourist destination,