Proposed Law in Costa Rica -UPDATE- Attracting Retirees & Expats Becoming a Resident in Costa Rica

Proposed Law in Costa Rica -UPDATE- Attracting Retirees & Expats Becoming a Resident in Costa Rica

Today, we have an UPDATE to an exciting “Breaking News Story” we announced back in Oct 2020, that will Greatly Benefit anyone who wants to move to Costa Rica.

DOWNLOAD FREE PDF – New Proposed Law and the Benefits

The Costa Rica government began working on an idea to attract foreigners to Costa Rica. The idea was to give retirees, wealthy foreigners a huge financial reason as to WHY they should choose to retire in Costa Rica instead of some other place.

The Cost of Living can be affordable, but there are a few ONE-Time Costly things that would prevent a LOT of people from moving to Costa Rica.

Buying a car in Costa Rica or having to ship all your household items would be so expensive, it could keep many people from deciding to move to Costa Rica.

Since Costa Rica has been hit hard by COVID-19…as most countries, Costa Rica’s response to this financial crisis is to make some changes in legislator that will make it beneficial for Gringos or Ex-pats to move, live and become residents of Costa Rica.

More below…

This is going to help every person who wants to move to Costa Rica and especially everyone who is looking for The Best Place to Live in Costa Rica.

Make sure to watch the FIRST video which explains in detail how this new Proposed Law to Attract Foreigners will Benefit YOU, if you decide to move and live in Costa Rica.

Best Places to Live in Costa Rica 2020 – Baby Boomers – New Law to Attract Baby Boomers, Gringos…

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The Downsides of Living in Costa Rica & Why I Left

The Downsides of Living in Costa Rica & Why I Left with Rebecca Anderson

In this weeks episode of travel, relocation, inspiration and living in Costa Rica Adam has a chat with Rebecca who lived in Costa Rica for 7 years between 2011 & 2018 before she moved back to the US.
The beach town of Samara was her home whilst she lived in Costa Rica. She has traveled all over the country and is still a travel consultant planning vacations to Costa Rica, now from Denver , Colorado.
We find what it was that pushed her to go back to the us and leave Costa Rica, from the small town, to dating in Costa Rica and limited culture, it all had an impact.

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01:20 Where are you located these days?
02:10 What brought you to Costa Rica in the first place?
03:55 Which beach did you move to in Costa Rica?
04:20 What was living in Costa Rica like for you being by the beach?
05:15 Were there many ex-pats living in Samara?
06:25 Which other Costa Rica towns would you compare Samara too?
07:15 What was daily life like for you?
08:00 What is the best place to eat out? (Shout out to Mama Gui’s!)
09:00 What was your cost of living in Samara?
12:10 How safe was it living in Samara, Costa Rica?
13:15 What advice you would give someone looking to relocate?
15:40 How does it compare to ‘home’?
16:35 Why did you leave Costa Rica!?
18:40 Was it a quick decision?
20:10 Did you have a big local group of friends as well as expats?
20:50 Was there any one thing that made you want to move? Dating in Costa Rica?
21:40 Had you thought about moving to other areas of Costa Rica before leaving?
24:00 What other downsides are there to living in Costa Rica?
27:10 What do you miss from Costa Rica?
28:10 What do you wish you could have told yourself 10 years ago before you moved to Costa Rica?
29:35 How often do you travel back to Costa Rica, and will you move back?

Presented by Adam Baker
Produced by Tempest Pictures


  1. Not always an easy trip from USA to Costa Rica like they say. In the U.S., I live near Las Vegas, Nevada. First must fly to either Miami, then wait then change planes or fly to Texas then change planes to get to San Jose. Then if your destination is a beach town, you definitely don’t want to drive at night, so must stay in hotel in San Jose, then travel to beach the following day,. Basically, it’s a 2-day trip each way from Las Vegas to any beach town, and I even go to the closet beach town, Jaco.

  2. We also have galleries, museums, theaters, authors, artists, a myriad of cultural events, Costa Ricans by nature, are very intellectually inquisitive.

  3. I advise against it. Place is VERY overpriced. If you do go then keep your money at home. Most simple things require an attorney, They tax a business which has zero income! They put on massive fines for a mistake. You won’t go to jail but you lose a lot of money.

  4. Hi Adam, my husband and I along with our 3 young boys are planning to move to Samara next year. We are commuting to work an hour each way from Hamilton to Toronto, it’s expensive here, we are heavily taxed and Canada is not the country it used to be sadly and we are craving a huge change and holistic lifestyle and better upbringing for our boys. We don’t really know where to begin and have heard we won’t be allowed to work in Costa Rica until being there for 3 years. Do you know if this is true? We would like to put our boys in private school there which will cost 25k a year alone so we will definitely have to generate income somehow. Thanks for your help!

  5. I think a lot of the down and upsides depends on where you are coming from. I live in Southern California, so what I love most about Costa Rica is the rain, but I prefer living and surfing here. After visiting 17 times since 1998, I don’t desire to live there anymore, but it will always hold a place in my heart. I loved it when it was truly cheap to visit/live, people thought it was a dangerous island (ha-ha), and only a handful of budget-traveling surfers were going. So grateful I got to see it then.

  6. When’s the last time you two came here? They don’t give you the automatic 90 day pass due to covid and as long as I have been coming here, I’ve never seen an ice cream truck riding around. What part of costa rica are you from?

  7. Becca it was great hearing all your perspectives on your experience living in Costa Rica. You kept everything super real and honest without falling into any negativity. I’m happy that you had the opportunity to live in my country. This is your second home and you will always be welcomed here. Good luck with all your future endeavors. ¡Pura Vida!

  8. I moved to Costa Rica from Miami in 2010, bought some land in the Caribbean south coast, I didn’t want to be a part of the American colony in costa rica.
    Why move from America to go somewhere else and create the same thing, everywhere that American lives in costa rica is super expensive. Gringo pricing.
    The main reason why you moved to costa rica is to assimilate into another culture, instead you go there and create a colony.

  9. DATME: https://ok.me/ehOj

    #1万人を超える人が見ていたもん( #笑)
    #まさかのカメラ切り忘れでやら1かしたのもドキドキでした #垃圾


  11. I’ve been living in San Jose Costa Rica for the past eight years and the thought of moving anywhere in the US depresses me and I think the Costa Rican people are beautiful on the outside and the inside and American women couldn’t compete with Costa Rican women so I can see why she had a hard time dating in Costa Rica.

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