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Pura Vida translated from spanish means “pure life.” The phrase is to Costa Ricans as Mahalo is to Hawaiians.


Answering the phone: “Pura Vida.” “How’s your day going?” Reply: “Pura vida, my friend.”


Fly a helicopter across a ridgeline, a breathtaking view unfolds and a spectacular volcano is revealed before your eyes. Suddenly, you get the urge to shout something out of pure guttural excitement: “Pura vida!”


Costa Rica, translated literally, means “Rich Coast.” Located in Central America, the country is bordered by Nicaragua to the north, the Caribbean Sea to the northeast, Panama to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, and Ecuador is to the southeast of Costa Rica’s Cocos Island. This beautiful nation has a population of approximately 5 million in a land area of 51,060 square kilometers (19,714 square miles). An estimated 2 million people live in the metro area of the capital city San José. With its healthy agriculture and eco- tourism markets, Costa Rica is


one of the most stable countries in the region, both fiscally and geopolitically. Additionally, it’s also home to one of the highest educated populations in Central America, especially in healthcare. San Jose is well known for its cost-competitive, highly trained, cutting-edge medical industry that attracts international clients from around the globe for a variety of procedures.


Following the brief Costa Rican Civil War, it permanently abolished its army in 1948, becoming one of only a handful of sovereign nations without a standing army. Instead of spending tax revenue on a military, the country decided to socialize education all the way through the university level with the goal of raising an “army of teachers.” To this day, the country has no military, as education is the weapon of choice over guns.


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