ABC Real Estate is a reputable agency with close to two decades of presence in Tamarindo. The way we work and gather basic information in our line of work has proven to be very effective.
Every continent, every country, every culture has its own sets of habits and different ways of doing things. The same accounts for doing business, such as Real Estate.
The road work is on its way, from the ABC office to Langosta (including the loop). The planning of this project began in 2016 and after several previous attempts, it is finally underway. The German non-profit organization GIZ is leading the project and coordinating with BID, MOPT Municipalidad, Minae and others such as; AyA, ASADA, Copopeguanacaste, Bomberos and ADI to complete the road. The road has a length of 2.5km (1.55 miles) and costs a total of 949,900,000 Colones (about $1.5 million USD)
Good news for Tamarindo and other coastal destinations! The Central Government, in its daily press conference in regards to the Covid-19 pandemic management, announced today changes in the current restrictions. New guidelines lean towards a gradual opening. Beaches, which were open from 5:30 a.m. thru 2:30 p.m., will have its opening hours extended. This applies from October 15, on. The new opening hours will be from 5:00 a.m. thru 10:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday and from 5:00 a.m. thru 8:00 p.m. on weekends. This matches the vehicle circulation restriction.
Pricesmart (Membership shopping) is opening it’s new warehouse in Liberia on June 17th, 2020.. more info
Throughout the years Tamarindo has grown to be known for its beautiful beach, world-class surf, friendly people, beautiful Condos, Homes & Hotels, and generally a fun place to live, or visit. And when describing the multiple amenities Tamarindo has to offer such as; shops, markets, banks, high speed internet, gyms, spas, tours, etc., you can’t leave out all the great places to eat there are here. I’ve always wondered how many options there really are, so I went out to see and counted them.
When you live permanently in a location, you tend to obviate the changes in your environment. However, looking in detail into the last few months, several good things have been going on in Tamarindo and its surrounding areas. Just a few days ago, a very natural incident took place. Last Wednesday April 10th, we had the first rainfall of the year. This is typical of the dry/rainy season transition that might happen as early as late March or as late as May in a regular year.
As you may know, Tamarindo is currently one of the most popular tourist towns of all Costa Rica. Not only is it sought out by surfers from all around the world, but many vacationers and ex-pats as well. Why has Tamarindo become such an attraction?
First of all, let’s start off with the neighborhood. Here you can find a diverse community made up of people from all around the world.
We are in the middle of our dry season and the question remains: “Is there enough water to make it through to the rainy season?”
Last year the water situation caused the AyA (Acueductos y Alcantarillados, Costa Rica’s national water provider) to stop the approval of water permits for new constructions in Tamarindo. The situation is and has been serious, but there is a solution on the way.
La belleza del paisaje y el bajo costo de estadía colocaron a playa Tamarindo en Guanacaste como uno de los cinco mejores destinos costeros del mundo para retirarse, según la revista International Living.
En el ranking también aparecen ciudades de Panamá, Ecuador, Malasia y Portugal.
Estas ofrecen a los jubilados paisajes acogedores, comunidades seguras y estilos de vida saludables; divertidos y satisfactorios con un presupuesto modesto.
Help Shape Tamarindo!
In a mixed community such as Tamarindo, where a wide diversity of nations and cultures coexist, reconciling opinions on local issues is complex. However, the respect for opinions and the guarantee of a polite and harmonious coexistence must prevail, as a reflection of the democratic society in which this community lives.
This is the vision of the Integral Development Association of Tamarindo (ADIT) who have organized a procedure for residents to express their opinions regarding community issues.