Guanacaste, Costa Rica is in the northwestern corner of Costa Rica. Nicaragua nestles along the northern border of Costa Rica and the Pacific Ocean to the west border. The Pacific Ocean is one shoreline of Guanacaste. To the north, the Largo de Nicaragua, is an extended fresh water shoreline along the Cordillera de Guanacaste.
In the last few years, Guanacaste Coast Rica Real Estate has had the highest of any beach development in Cost Rica; it is the number one tourist destination in Costa Rica. The park-like atmosphere coupled with the attractions of beaches to the north and the west, plus an abundance of inexpensive Nicaraguan labor (immigrants) has made this area attractive to both permanent residents and those wanting to invest for income purposes.
Ocean and Lake Scenic Views
This northeastern corner of Costa Rica has such scenic variety that people are drawn to this spot as visitors, transplanted residents, or investors more than any other part of Costa Rica. There are an abundance of asset choices for investors: beach front, businesses, condos, homes, farms, hotels, and established rental properties. There is a wide variety of scenic and manmade options for visitors to see. The land rises from sea level to the mountain tops allowing many options for a range of native creatures to call it home; the makes for a nature lover’s observation paradise. Largo de Nicaragua is one of the largest freshwater lakes in Latin America, yet it contains sharks, tarpon, and other sea creatures normally found only in saltwater. The Pacific Ocean near is dotted with islands and inlets or bay areas. In between, there are several parks with volcanoes.
Beach Front Investments
With about 635 miles of coastline along Guanacaste, most luscious beachfront, so there is a lot of area for consideration. Some of the beachfront property is even titled – Tamarindo – a major attraction for investment consideration. Since 2002, when the international airport opened and Four Seasons Resort settled in this Costa Rican area, real sales in Guanacaste have been robust. Further south there are opportunities for less inhabited areas without losing the natural views.
A Natural Wonder
The coastal region of Guanacaste is classified as having a dry tropical climate. It is hotter than other areas of Costa Rica, and it has a shorter rainy season. Up at the higher elevations, there is more moisture and cloud forests. These areas of untouched parks of preserved land are natural animal sanctuaries. Scientists have been learning more about various animal species and plant habitats due to this climate and altitude variance left in a pristine manner.
Domestic animals also flourish here. There are many cow farms and ranches in this area of a mixture of cultures. Guanacaste has a different attitude than other parts of Costa Rica.
The world has begun to discover Guanacaste. And, although mush of it is still untouched by man, this is the time to pick out your own treasure for retirement home or a significant choice of investments. Costa Rica awaits your inspection, we know that you will heartily approve.