Secluded 743 hectare farm accessible easily by road touching the property to the north, or alternatively by a breathtakingly scenic boat ride from the town of Sierpe through one of the river’s arms bordering the property to the south.
Surrounded by primary forest and pastures, there are multiple spring water sources and leading into two cascading creeks.
This gigantic piece of land which is within the proximity of world famous Corcovado National park with 5% of worlds biodiversity. Property itself has an abundance of wildlife such as deer, toucans, whiteface monkeys, iguanas, parakeets, boars, macaws, jaguars and many other Central American species.
With an abundance of all types of species of aquatic birds, people from all over the world also come for the fauna and flora.
Whether, it’s river fishing for tarpon or offshore for mahi, all is accessible from the channels of the river.
To allow use and access, all of the properties’ low lands are strategically connected by trails. There are living quarters on the property, mostly serving as a dwelling for the cowboys and groundskeepers.
The jungle for the most part has been untouched.
Out in the distance, the Talamanca range can be seen from most parts of the property.
With over 430 acres of pastures and 750 of a mix of primary and secondary jungle, the property has a potential for many uses such as farming, reforestation and conservation for its biodiversity, fishing lodge or ecolodge.
To broaden buyer options, owner is open to short term financing.