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Costa Rica Living is great for active people

Costa Rica Living is great for active peopleWho’d guess that Costa Rica living is great for active people? Rudy Matthews is a very active person and when he moved to Costa Rica, one of the reasons was that he could stay active until he’d get real old.

You guessed it right, Rudy is still in great shape and wants you to know about all the things to do in Costa Rica for those you don’’t want to sit in front of a TV or hang in a bar all day from the moment you retire.

Costa Rica Living offers an amazing amount of things to do and it depends much on yourself and your lifestyle if Costa Rica is for you or not.

See Rudy Matthews’ list of options you have if you are an active person. Costa Rica is known for a simple laid back lifestyle and being a nature paradise.

You may not hear too much about the active side of Costa Rica. Nonetheless, Costa Rica has so much to offer for active people, there are plenty of options.

13 Options

  • Whitewater rafting in Costa Rica is exciting and there are level three and four rivers available.

    Costa Rica Living is great for active people

  • Walking and mountain hiking in Costa Rica are made easy with the amount of beachfront and close proximity of surrounding mountains.
  • Recreational and serious bicycle riders in Costa Rica can be seen from the flat areas and even more challenging – the mountain bikers.
  • Joggers are seen in the towns and countryside.
  • There are many gyms to choose from and many towns have a center where there is a gym and sometimes a pool.
  • Spinning clubs can be seen throughout neighborhoods.
  • Soccer fields are anywhere and everywhere but also provide a great place to walk, jog and even throw a little frisbee.
  • There are tennis clubs and many have other amenities such as pool, gym, game room and even a restaurant.
  • Golf courses are available and offer both public and private golf.
  • Horseback riding is never too far away.
  • Zip lines and canopy offer an adventure up in the air and tree to tree.
  • Surfing is popular throughout the beach areas.
  • Costa Rica is considered one of the top locations in the world for sports fishing.

Don’t be a couch potato

As you can readily see, you do not have to be a couch potato in Costa Rica. What better lifestyle could there be than a simple, uncomplicated and active. Enjoy Costa Rica.

Contact us for assistance in retirement for active people.

The Author

For many years, Rudy Matthews was our buyer’s agent, representing mostly retirees and expats. Rudy retired himself now completely but is still very active in sports and leisure.

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Your West-side of San Jose real estate agent, covering Escazu and Santa Ana, Rohrmoser and Ciudad Colon. If you are looking to buy a home in Costa Rica or invest in a condo anywhere in the Central Valley or looking for any property for sale in Escazu or Santa Ana, you need to contact Costa Rica real estate agent Ivo Henfling. Ivo has been selling Costa Rica real estate on the westside of San Jose, in the locations of Rohrmoser, Sabana, Escazu, Santa Ana and Ciudad Colon for over 20 years and can show you hundreds of happy buyers of real estate in Escazu and those other areas. For Ivo, a deal is not a good one unless both buyer and seller are happy.

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