Costa Rica - Costa Rica Dental Destination
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Why Costa Rica?

Baby Boomers are finding that they cannot afford the high cost of dental care in the U.S.  Costa Rica tends to cost 1/3 to 1/5 less before travel expenses and usually about ½ travel included.

The quality of Costa Rican Dental care is excellent, rated one of the best systems worldwide.  That is why it is consistently within the top 5 destinations for Dental Tourism.  90% of the services provided are for people from other countries.

Costa Rica is ranked 3rd worldwide by the World Health Organization for the highest quality of Dental Surgery. The Dentists in Costa Rica are highly trained professionals, often trained in the US or Europe, with specialized degrees.  Most have advanced training in the most innovative procedures with cutting edge equipment used is manufactured in the US or Europe.

The clinics have on site laboratories which reduce the time needed for dental work with highest quality materials used.  It also reduces the cost of the overall work. The proximity of Costa Rica to the US very close reducing travel costs.  From most major cities, it is only a 2 to 6 hour flight.

Costa Rica is one of the top choices for vacation travel with the beaches, rain forests, volcanos, mountains, jungles and so much more.  It is also the safest country in Latin America, a peaceful place with no standing army since 1948.

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Costa Rica Activities
Marino Ballena National Park

The Marino Ballena National Park is located on the South Pacific Coast in Uvita – Bahia Ballena, in the province of Puntarenas, Osa, Costa Rica. The park was officially declared as a Marine National Park in 1989. It covers an extension of 110 land hectares and 5375 sea hectares and is named after the humpback whale which migrates from July to October and again from December to March. The idea of the park is to conserve the rich marine ecosystems that are found inside the park boundaries.  The Marino Ballena National Park forms part of the 1% of Costa Rica’s protected marine territory. A country which has 11 times more marine territory than land and contains at least 85 species that are endemic to its waters.

Surf Lessons

All places are part of the district of Bahia Ballena in the Costa Rican state of Puntarenas.  Uvita, Dominical and Ojochal are small, authentic Costa Rican towns, home to amazing surf breaks like Dominical-Uvita Beach and beautiful places for Stand Up Paddling and Kayaking near the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica.

Surf school instructors provide the most complete daily surf lessons anywhere in South Costa Rica.   From Dominical to Uvita and all the way down to Bahia Ballena if you want to learn to surf they have what it takes to get you up and catching waves in no time.

ATV Tours

We visit Diamante Falls (as close as we can get without a major trek) going to a special spot near the falls where no other tours have access to, ride through jungle and rain forest, visit San Luis waterfall up close and personal, ride alongside coffee fields to the small village of San Luis which offers an incredible valley view extending to the Pacific and our famous Whale’s Tail.

Canopy Tours

Zip-lines above the canopy are in many ways synonymous with Costa Rica. Originally introduced during the 1970s, zip-lines have developed into one of the country’s most popular and widespread activities. Composed of steel cables and platforms strung at various heights between trees, they offer travelers a unique means of accessing beautiful and remote natural areas. And although they undoubtedly boost the adrenalin of each and every participant, zip-lines also educate their riders on ecology, botany, and reforestation practices. You can find zip-lines all over Costa Rica, but some of the best are in Monteverde, Arenal, and Manuel Antonio.