Costa Rica’s Blue Zone:
Get ready for a life changing trip to Costa Rica’s blue zone!
Where snorkeling becomes a magical exploration. Surfing turns to an act of liberation. Yoga is a stretch of wonderful balance. Walking the beach a relief of stress and sorrows.
And with these, you haven’t even scratched the surface.
So here, take National Geographic Fellow Dan Buettner’s advice and discover why the Nicoya Peninsula is one of the few on the list of places where longevity is the average.
On the narrow, volcanic isthmus of land between the continents of North and South America, there exists a country so rich in natural beauty, the adjective is actually in its name. “Rich Coast” or Costa Rica attracts millions of visitors and foreign residents throughout the year with its tropical climate; lower cost of living; friendly locals; affordable medical care; vast real estate options; and, of course, its natural beauty.
Earning the nickname “Switzerland of Central America” this peace-loving democracy shines in a region often plagued by political and civil unrest. Costa Rica abolished their army in 1948 and pledged that budget to education and healthcare. Resulting in a well-educated population and medical access for all citizens and legal residents.
This republic is internationally known for its safety, neutrality, and commitment to the environment—with roughly a quarter of its land protected as national parks and wildlife refuges.