How GoRemote Works

Go Remote is a one stop shop for everything you need to live and work remotely from Costa Rica.

One month. We work with property owners that want longer term renters, and by doing only that we can give you – our customers – the best deals.

You can, but some of the services like SUV rentals and SIM cards are delivered to the Hotel Bougainvillea in Heredia. You will have to collect them there or we can arrange delivery anywhere in the country for an additional fee.

No. There is a standard credit card processing fee but we have no hidden fees or service charges. 

Your pricing depends on the property you select and the services/experiences you choose.

Everything is done on a monthly basis and varies based on the specific service or experience. Once you have made your booking we will be in touch to finalize arrangements, as we personally coordinate with the service provider to curate the experience around your schedule.

Because of the warm climate, much of daily life happens outdoors.  This has kept COVID-19 case numbers relatively low.  As a society, Costa Rica has taken this pandemic very seriously and follow best practices to prevent the virus from spreading in public places.

About Costa Rica

Costa Rica is the most stable country in Central America. It has no army and is a functioning democracy with healthy civil institutions and rule of law.

Not much but there is some. You do see shanty towns but they are few and usually hidden. There is a strong middles class, solid social services and national healthcare system. 

Yes, it is generally safe to drink the tap water in most cities.  If you find yourself in more remote areas, you might opt for filtered or bottled water to be safe.

Yes, however, the rip currents can be very strong at some beaches.  Please mind posted signage and proceed with caution.

Since Costa Rica is a tropical climate, there are mosquitoes throughout the year. They are more prevalent from May to October in beach areas, but not typically found in high-altitude destinations such as Poás Volcano, Monteverde, and San Gerardo de Dota due to the cool night temperatures. 

Mosquitoes are most active at dusk and dawn. You can reduce your exposure by closing doors and windows without screens between 4PM and 8AM, using insect repellent, and wearing long pants, a long-sleeved shirt, a hat, socks, and shoes.