On the northwest coast of Golfo Dulce, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. Located very close to the Corcovado National Park and the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve, this region is recognized as one of the most biodiverse on the planet. In the last twenty years, most of the property has been managed as a biological reserve (Reserva Biológica Osa Pulcra). The buyer will also be able to receive 2.5 hectares of an excellent forest in concession, paying a small annual amount to the Municipality of Golfito.
Approximately 80% of the property is covered by primary and secondary lowland humid tropical forests over 40 years old. The rest of the area is covered by a teak plantation, another oil palm plantation in production, which can cover basic maintenance expenses, small areas of bamboo, and a little more than one hectare with more than 40 species of fruit trees in production, including more than a hundred mangosteen trees of different ages.
By taking a walk of less than fifteen minutes, you can reach the coast of Golfo Dulce and from there, by canoe or kayak, passing through serene estuaries, you reach a very beautiful and quiet beach, as it receives very few visitors.
From the property, you have access to an extensive mangrove area, which creates a beautiful green belt with a large expanse of canals where you can carry out canoeing and kayaking activities. In addition, many species of flora and fauna, both terrestrial and marine, are protected in this ecosystem. Some are endemic to southwest Costa Rica and western Panama. Among several other hummingbirds, the yellow-billed cotinga, the turquoise cotinga, the latter highly endangered. The scarlet macaw is abundant and they can be seen feeding in the area practically every day, in addition to more than a hundred species of other birds that have been observed in the last fifteen years.
On the property, there is an old house with three bedrooms, a dining room, and a large kitchen; a new building (Needs some repairs due to a recent tree fall) that was built to carry out environmental education activities. This building has a classroom, space for an office, four bedrooms, with private bathrooms, a kitchen, and an open dining room that overlooks the garden. In front, there is a grass area for a playing field, a swimming pool, and a space with fruit trees.
The property is located 1.5 km from the new highway to Puerto Jiménez with single-car access all year round on a gravel road. It has electricity from the ICE, and drinking water from the local aqueduct. Most of the trails and roads within the property are also covered with gravel. In Puerto Jiménez there is a hospital, offices of the National Bank and the Bank of Costa Rica, supermarkets, good restaurants, bus service, and several daily flights to San José.
– Beach Front Property
– Easy access
– No four-wheel drive needed
– Access by public road
– Close to restaurants, stores, and amenities (5-10 min)
– Titled land
– Primary & Secondary Forest
– Great biological value
– Approximately 1 km of beach
– 80% primary forest
– 40 species of fruit trees teak, & portions of bamboo
– 2 hectares of oil palm
– Swimming Pool
– Access to 2.5 hectares of forest and mangrove within the Maritime Terrestrial Zone