If you plan to spend a lot of time in Costa Rica and you are not fluent in Spanish, Infinity Incentive Group says that it might be a good idea to look up some local expatriates, or expats, in the area. These are individuals that are from another country, possibly yours, but have chosen to settle in Costa Rica. With this information, it will be easy to find experts and tourists from all over the world arriving here at Costa Rica at all times of the year.
Due to the high concentration of expats that decided to make this country their second home, you can easily find people fluent in other international languages, such as German, French, Portuguese or Dutch. An important source of information about the schedule of various expats meetings is easily dug up on the site Meetup.com. Here, you can find not only general information about what the expats can do in their spare time, but also find dedicated groups to those interested in the local cuisine, book reading, local art or any other culturally influenced activity that you might find entertaining.
Another great place where you can usually find expats, is in the English bookstores and coffee bars. Here, you can also read ads and find local and international publications in English where various events for English-speakers are advertised. Infinity Incentive Group says that taking these steps will help you communicate while in Costa Rica and better enjoy your time in this beautiful country.