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Quintessential Costa Rica… this description summarizes this 1,400 acre property within the Quepos Biological Corridor. Although located just 15 minutes to the town of Quepos, the property transports you into a world of its own. The property is comprised in one plano, but split into three distinct parts—the 750-acre primary forest reserve, the private park highlighted by voluminous rivers, waterfalls, hanging bridges, and the low lands with the new 2 bedroom house and visitor center.
Fila Chonta Mountain Range is one of the most biodiverse areas on the planet, and the property sits in the center of this special part of the world. 80% of the property is virgin rainforest. It is home to a long list of rare species of amphibious, avian, reptilian, and mammalian wildlife. The main reason for the abundance of flora and fauna is water. The mountain and river valleys are full of year round water sources. In fact, the water from high-flow springs and aquifers was tested and the results returned an *Evian-level of purity.
For these eminent factors, the owners have established their own private national park focused on conservation, preservation and education. From the Visitor’s Center (that serves drinks and local meals) visitors can explore a network of trails, hanging bridges and platforms on guided and non-guided tours.
There is also a new 2-bedroom house and the potential for expanding accommodations is huge—large flat areas by natural pond and scenic sloped areas for lodging rising up from the Visitor’s Center require little earth moving and infrastructure.
An ideal centerpiece for any conservation group or “green” entrepreneur, this property demands a steward of the land. Even the Harlequin Frog, once thought extinct, finds refuge here… how about you?
To learn more about this property, please fill out the contact form or contact us directly at Kris Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org and 506-8895-1422