ABOUT COSTA RICA
Costa Rica is a wonderful, peaceful tropical place with warm and friendly people. We cordially invite you to explore Costa Rica (and take the vacation you deserve) while having your dental work done. While our lab performs the work, you can take great trips to our beautiful mountains, white sand beaches, volcanoes and rain forests. You will return home with a beautiful new smile and much to smile about. For ideas on what is possible during your stay, please contact the the Costa Rica Medical Center Inn for information.
The fact that more than one million tourists visit Costa Rica each year does not happen by chance. Our country, located in Central America, is an isthmus where life seems to have created its roots. Covering only 0.03% of the surface of our planet, Costa Rica has approximately 6% of the world's biodiversity.
In addition, Costa Rica is characterized by impressive scenic beauty, a consolidated system of protected areas, social and political stability, high educational levels, and efficient infrastructure and services. All of this offered in a territory of only 51 thousand square kilometers, surrounded by both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, at a distance from each other of only three to four hours by land or 45 minutes by air.
The country's strategic position, in the heart of the western hemisphere, the Government's positive attitude towards foreign investment, its infrastructure, access to international markets, and the quality and cost of labor, make Costa Rica an ideal place to establish commercial operations.
Ticos, as Costa Ricans
are commonly known, are a fairly mixed bunch. Though the majority of the
country's 3.3 million inhabitants are the descendants of Spanish
immigrants, many families originated from other parts of Europe, Asia,
Africa and, of course, Central America.
You may be surprised by the number of fair-skinned people you'll see in the country, especially in the Central Valley.
In the lowlands, more people are mestizo -that is mixture of European and Indigenous blood- whereas the majority along the Caribbean coast are of African lineage, and much of the Talamanca Mountain Range is inhabited by full-blooded Indians of various tribes.
Below is a map of Costa Rica. For more information on airlines, transportation, local customs, travel requirements and all questions about Recovery Inn availability, please contact the Costa Rica Medical Center Inn. click here