Olger Azofeifa Valverde 
Contact: +506 87424046
Cartago, Paraíso, Urbanización Doña Alba, Casa 24i



Serving Orosi, Tucurrique

and Turrialba Areas

  Welcome to colorful Orosi, Costa Rica!

    This is a beautiful part of the country with a lot to offer.
Colorful birds, more flowers than you can imagine:
They bloom all year round.
Clear waterfalls cascading over the mountainsides or down into the valley.
Wonderful temperature in our area that ranges from morning lows of 60 to 83 (degrees Fahrenheit) in the heat of the day.
The local people are friendly and know how to enjoy life and are always ready for a party.
and are always up for a party.

Escape the rat race!
Come visit us and you may want to stay for a lifetime.

Our company, Land and Homes in Costa Rica, is a full service real estate company. We specialize in rural properties, recreational properties, homes, and small and large acreage properties.
If we don't have what you are looking for on our website, let us know your needs and we will work with our local specialist to find you the right property that will help you make your dreams come true.

Why Costa Rica?
Costa Rica is a stable country that has been a democracy for over 100 years.

Education is a high priority for citizens. It has one of the highest literacy rates in the Western Hemisphere (96%). ¡

The weather is unbeatable!

You have so much variety in this country: rainforest, mountains, cloud forest,
grassland plains, rivers and streams, many waterfalls, ocean on both sides of the country.

Health care system that is one of the best in the world.

Real estate investments made by foreigners are protected by law with equal rights and laws applied to citizens of the country.

Many large corporations have their Central American headquarters here in Costa Rica.

Many different types of birds and flowers,

National parks and forests cover a large part of the country.
It is important to protect the environment here.

Orosi is a small quiet town in a mountain valley with the Grande Orosi River running through the valley.

A few kilometers away, at the southern end of the valley, the road ends and the Tapantí Macizo Cerro de la Muerte National Park begins. This park covers approximately 600 km² and forms the northernmost section of a huge collection of natural parks that extends to Panama (the largest of which is La Amistad International Park). As a result, wildlife abounds. However, access is difficult and largely restricted, except for a few kilometers of easy trails. The abundance of birds makes it a popular place for ornithological studies. The reason for the abundant growth is partly due to the intense rainfall, which in the mountains reaches 7,000 mm.

Turrialba Valley (Gateway to the Caribbean)

  The town of Turrialba is located in the Turrialba Valley, just 2.5 hours away. from the San José international airport. Most travelers pass through Turrialba on their way to the Caribbean Ocean and some of Costa Rica's best beaches in just 1.5 hours. drive from here. The Turrialba Valley is a thriving community of 80,000 people and the main source of income comes from the large farmlands surrounding it, where all types of vegetables, fruits, sugar cane, coffee and more are grown and exported. Many people visit the area for the world-class rapids of the Reventizón and Pacuare rivers that flow through the valley, also in majestic hills is the Turrialba Volcano, one of the highest in Costa Rica. Turrialba has its own well-staffed hospital and is in the process of building an additional new hospital using land donated by “Catie” the Agricultural University of Costa Rica, another place that many people love to visit to observe many of the varied species of birds in this beautiful place. area. On Fridays and Saturdays people shop at the thriving market in the center of Turrialba. So if you want a lovely moderate temperature of 25 degrees Celsius (80 F) during the day and 18 degrees Celsius (64 F) at night (varies by altitude) and want to take advantage of lower prices than the Central Valley and San José, come. Join us in this safe, friendly and vibrant community.

Things to see and do in the Orosi and Turrialba areas:
Tapanti National Park

Oldest church still in use in Costa Rica

Church of San José de Orosi built in 1735

Coffee tours
Thermal pools (near the center of Orosi)

Adventure tours

Catie University and botanical garden (in Turrialba)

University of Costa Rica (in Turrialba)

Boston University (US private)

Hikes or 4 wheels through the forest and mountains
Ruins of the Ujarras church
Guayabo pre-Columbian site
Rafting and boating
Canopy Tours
Horseback riding tours

Try great food at local restaurants.

Lankester Botanical Garden in Paraíso
Small family zoo in Paraíso
Tour of the Irazú and Turrialba volcanoes
The hidden valley of San Gerardo de Dota near the ruins and Basilica of Cerro de la
Death Carthage

Jade Museums of San José,

Gold Museum in San José

Theaters and city tours.
And the list goes on and on.

Come join us!
Enjoy this beautiful country and its charming people.

For places to stay while in the Orosi and Turrialba areas, check out our links page.

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