This property is located in the Gandoca National Wildlife Refuge on Costa Rica’s South Caribbean Coast, located in Playa Grande, between Punta Uva and Manzanillo.
It is a coastal rainforest environment at the foot of the Talamanca Mountains and the Long Shoal Barrier Reef. With its lush rainforests, wetlands, canals, coral reefs, mangrove swamps, and coastal forests it offers one of the finest locations in the world for Environmental and Biomedical research. Its blend of Afro-Caribbean, Indigenous Indian and multi-nation blend of foreign nationals creates an in depth multi-cultural experience.
The Caribe Sur region has become one of the most popular Eco-Tourism destinations in the world.
The land includes 8.5 hectares or (21 acres) of titled land. What was previously Maritime Zone with over 4.1 Hectares or (10 acres) has now been declared “Patrimonial” and preserved in-perpetuity as PNE.
The South Caribbean coast of Costa Rica is considered to be in the top 5 most popular Geo-Tourism destinations in the world and is a perfect location to develop for residential or eco-tourism use. There are very few properties on the Southern Caribbean Coast of this size that can be developed. The property has approx. 250 meters of road frontage and is set back 150 meters from the pristine blonde Playa Grande (Beach). It features a freshwater stream that runs the length of its western border and flows to the sea. A short swim from the beach is the Long Shoal Barrier Reef, an excellent area for diving and snorkeling.
Costa Paradise is a coastal land in an economic development area and is prime for Geo-tourism, a family compound, resort hotel or residential community.
- 85,278 square meters
- 21 Acres
- 250 meters of road frontage & 288 lineal meters of beach frontage
- A deep water stream runs the length of the northern border from road to beach
- Long Shoal Barrier Reef just off the beach makes for great snorkeling & diving