How to Meet and Date Millionaire Men in Costa Rica


Costa Rica, a country in Central America, is regarded as one of the best places to live in the region. This is not only because the country is a coastal paradise, but also because it has been consistently ranked high in human development indices among nations of similar resources. In fact the name Costa Rica too translates as the ‘Rich Coast’ in Spanish. So if you are looking for suitable company to enjoy the country’s many attractions, here are a few ways you can meet and date millionaire men in Costa Rica.

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Meet the rich tourism entrepreneurs

Tourism is the biggest driving force of the Costa Rican economy and earns for the country around $2.2 billion per year. In fact Costa Rica is the most visited nation in the Central American region and  was estimated to host two million foreign visitors in 2008. This means a rather healthy expenditure per tourist of $1,077 per trip which is one of the highest in the Caribbean Basin. Most of its attractions revolve around the national parks, volcanoes, beaches and nature reserves that the country boasts of. Also Costa Rica was among the first countries in the world to promote ecotourism and even today it boasts of natural attractions which have been largely kept to their pristine condition. If you are looking to meet successful singles in Costa Rica, zoom in on those who belong to the tourism and hospitality industry. They could range from owners of hotels, resorts and travel agencies to interpreters, chefs, guides and adventure sports professionals who make a good living from tourism. Many of them would have made millions over the years. Apart from visiting the major tourist destinations in Costa Rica, frequent travel conventions and tourism workshops if you want to meet the real movers and shakers of the industry.

Get to know the agricultural barons

Traditionally the economy of Costa Rica has relied on the exports of two major cash crops – coffee and banana. Ever since coffee was first planted in Costa Rica in the early 19th century and was first shipped to Europe in 1843, it became the country’s first major export and would remain its principal source of wealth well into the 20th century. The largest coffee growing areas are in the provinces of San José, Alajuela, Heredia, Puntarenas, and Cartago. Costa Rica is famous for its gourmet coffee beans and in fact the Costa Rican Tarrazú is regarded among the finest Arabica coffee beans in the world. Since the end of nineteenth century, banana cultivation was undertaken in a major way, pioneered by America businessmen who were encouraged by the Costa Rican government’s tax-breaks in foreign investment.  If you want to meet singles who come from traditional wealthy families who are land owners, you should head for the country where there are rich coffee estates and banana plantations. Try to gain access to exclusive country clubs and recreational facilities where members of this class are likely to hang out. Also frequent social dos hosted by agricultural associations and business groups where you are sure to make the acquaintance of a successful and single entrepreneur in Costa Rica.

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Professional men on their way to becoming millionaires

In recent years, along with tourism, the economy of Costa Rica has been propelled by growth of the financial and information technological services sectors. Since the government offers tax exemptions for those willing to invest in the country, several global high tech corporations have already started developing in the area and are exporting goods. These include chip manufacturer Intel, pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline and consumer products company Procter & Gamble. In 2006, Intel's microprocessor facility alone was responsible for 20% of Costa Rican exports and 4.9% of the country's GDP. Thus today Costa Rica has a vast army of young aspiring professionals who are well-educated, qualified and making their way up in sectors like financial services, electronics and information technology. Most of these professionals are concentrated in developed cities like San Jose, Heredia, Alajuela and Cartago. Many are millionaires in the making if they aren't already.

Drop in at the upscale hangouts

Costa Rica has a lively and colorful nightlife with recreational options ranging from trendy bars and crowded clubs to exclusive fine dining restaurants. Most of the upscale bars are in the capital city San Jose. Here the Cuartel de la Boca del Monte is a partying hot spot while the Casino Fiesta in Alajuela and the Backyard Bar in Playa Hermosa are other choices of the jet-setting crowd. The Key Largo and Blue Marlin are other popular hangouts where things can get rather wild at times. The El Pueblo Tourist Center is actually a large complex of ten odd clubs where you can pick and choose from various options in music, drinks and crowds. However if you don’t mind spending a little, head for luxury destinations like the Four Seasons Resort, Park Café and Cerruti in San Jose, Café Blue in Chirripo, Kanbambu in Parrita, the Sunset Spot and La Luna in Manuel Antonio. Costa Ricans, from all strata of society, are very fond of dancing and so if you really want to catch the eye of a suitable single, make sure you have brushed up your salsa and merengue moves pretty well.

Frequent the wealthy neighborhoods

Another good idea if you want to meet millionaire single men would be to frequent the neighborhoods where they live. Escazu Costa Rica is a wealthy suburb on the hills, overlooking  San Jose and Heredia and  located at 8 kilometers from the capital city San Jose. Rohrmoser is another upscale residential area in Costa Rica with expensive houses and condos, named after a German Developer who started this neighborhood that goes from the end of La Sabana park, and along the Rohrmoser Boulevard till the Plaza Mayor Shopping Center. However if you are keen to make the acquaintance of a gentleman from aristocratic landed families, head to Barrio Amon, at walking distance from downtown San Jose Costa Rica. This is a beautiful pleasant neighborhood and one of the few remaining colonial districts in the country, where you are likely to come across some of the last coffee baron mansions, constructed during the late-19th and early-20th centuries.