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Costa Rica is Pura Verde Pura Verde means “Pure Green.” Welcome to Costa Rica, a world leader in progressive thinking about the environment and social issues. One of few countries without an army, our last president was also a Nobel Peace Prize winner, and put the country on track to become the world first “carbon neutral” country. Costa Rica is one of the few countries that is gaining more forest than losing. Costa Rica is proving that being green pays – creating jobs and improving life. Democracy here means more than just voting at the ballot box. Every time you spend money, you vote for the type of world you want to live in. So vote with your dollars by supporting companies and individuals that engage in sustainable and ethical business practices. Pura-verde.com is dedicated to helping you make good choices by providing a list of everyone in Costa Rica who is working towards our goals of peace and sustainability.
Costa Rica is Pura Verde Pura Verde means “Pure Green.” Welcome to Costa Rica, a world leader in progressive thinking about the environment and social issues. One of few countries without an army, our last president was also a Nobel Peace Prize winner, and put the country on track to become the world first “carbon neutral” country. Costa Rica is one of the few countries that is gaining more forest than losing. Costa Rica is proving that being green pays – creating jobs and improving life. Democracy here means more than just voting at the ballot box. Every time you spend money, you vote for the type of world you want to live in. So vote with your dollars by supporting companies and individuals that engage in sustainable and ethical business practices. Pura-verde.com is dedicated to helping you make good choices by providing a list of everyone in Costa Rica who is working towards our goals of peace and sustainability.
Costa Rica is Pura Verde Pura Verde means “Pure Green.” Welcome to Costa Rica, a world leader in progressive thinking about the environment and social issues. One of few countries without an army, our last president was also a Nobel Peace Prize winner, and put the country on track to become the world first “carbon neutral” country. Costa Rica is one of the few countries that is gaining more forest than losing. Costa Rica is proving that being green pays – creating jobs and improving life. Democracy here means more than just voting at the ballot box. Every time you spend money, you vote for the type of world you want to live in. So vote with your dollars by supporting companies and individuals that engage in sustainable and ethical business practices. Pura-verde.com is dedicated to helping you make good choices by providing a list of everyone in Costa Rica who is working towards our goals of peace and sustainability.

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Anamaya Eco Resort

Anamaya - luxury yoga retreat center, detox center, and boutique hotel in Montezuma, Costa Rica

Anamaya is a beautiful boutique hotel and yoga retreat center high up on a cliff overlooking the jungles and unforgettable ocean views, in Montezuma, Costa Rica.
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Casa Ira-Rosa: Writers Paradise in the Clouds

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A warm welcome awaits you nestled in between the clouds & rainforest … I simply love this place for writing, the quiet is sublime! After speaking with the owners Rolando & Sonia McAdam (which are a delight & ready to shower you with attention) I found out that many poets and writers stay in this house for extended periods of time. My morning consisted of waking up and making myself a typical breakfast in their fully equipped kitchen with a traditional Costa Rican coffee maker, fresh eggs from happy local chickens, veggies and tortillas from the local farmers market held every Saturday. After breakfast, I packed a bag with some water (The tap water in Monteverde is among the best in the world—true, fresh, mountain spring water!) and headed to the Biological Reserve that is right next to the Casita. Also know as “Reserva Biológica Bosque Nuboso”

Casa Ira Rosa is situated in the mountains of Monteverde just a few minutes walk to the world famous Monteverde Reserve. This peaceful retreat, Casa Hira Rosa, is nestled within the misty canopy and offers a distinct log cabin feel constructed of beautiful natural wood and set in lush green vegetation. The house has a fully equipped kitchen and 2 large living rooms and a porch! Great for families!

Cool, misty cloudforest and deep green foliage is what has made Monteverde an absolute hot spot for eco tourism in the Central Highlands of Costa Rica. This zone is home to a string of volcanoes, both active and dormant, beautiful national parks and diverse weather!

Monteverde Activities

Tours and excursions available while traveling in Monteverde:

      Bird Watching
      Tram Zip Lines
      Horseback Riding
      Hiking
      Guided Tours
      Coffee Tour
      Monteverde Bat Jungle
      Monteverde Cheese Factory Tour
      Taxi-Boat-Taxi Monteverde to Arenal
      Private Taxi Boat Taxi Monteverde to Arenal
      Costa Rica Hummingbird Garden
      Selvatura Insect Museum
      The Reptile and Amphibian Exhibit
      Tree Top Suspension Bridges
      Selvatura Canopy Tour
      Hidden Valley Night Tour
      Guided Tour Santa Elena Reserve

Contact

Contact Casa Ira Rosa: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/1209707

 

Pura Verde Writers

Geoff with "Antie" the anteater at Rainsong Wildlife Sanctuary in Cabuya, Costa Rica

Geoffrey McCabe
Founder

Originally from Seattle, Geoff writes for a variety of online websites, blogs, and his own websites. He is currently CEO of AnamayaResort.com and Tropisphere.com. He has a lovely four-year old daughter named Serafina, and lives in Montezuma, Costa Rica. He is passionate about green building and architecture, and has to eco-village projects (Pura Vida Sunsets and Solar Vistas.) He has a master’s degree in Physics from UCF in Orlando, Florida. He practices yoga whenever he can, and loves to cook healthy organic food. For eleven years, Geoff was involved in the fashion business. His greatest passion is fire dancing and at times he performs throughout Costa Rica and with Cirko Vivo.

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