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Biological Reserve and Teak Tree Plantation

Building lots will be available soon for anyone who is interested in building a house. Foreigners are already purchasing lots and building houses for retirement near the land proposed to be developed. Even Costa Ricans are purchasing lots in this area that is becoming more popular each day. This location is popular because it sits on a mountain top and is only about 15 minutes to Jaco Beach, the Punta Leona beach and hotel, Herradura Hotel and Marina, and El Sueno, a five star hotel. It's not advisable to purchase land near the ocean because of the rising sea level. The property is only about 2 hours from the San Jose Airport.

The topographer is working on designing the access roads and the lots. The teak plantation also consists of primary forest, including many species of trees native to Costa Rica. From 1993-94 about half of the property was dedicated to planting teak trees. The 740 acre farm is considered a large spread for the area. It stretches far and wide over the mountainside and reaches an altitude from 500 to 1500 meters at the highest point. The view from the apex provides you with a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and the coast of the Pacific Ocean. There are many pristine creeks, water falls, natural pools, magnificent ocean views, and several nature trails for hiking or horseback riding. It is paradise for the ecotourist. All those who purchase building lots have access to this private park. Eco-tourism and Retirement The ecotourism industry is growing rapidly in Costa Rica. There is a high demand for such facilities in the South Pacific coastal area where the farm is located. The industry has been spurred on in Costa Rica by the worldwide demand in the travel industry for adventure vacations. Costa Rica has become a popular destination because of its special biological diversity, its unique micro-climates, economy, political stability, safety, and friendly people. This assures increasing land value. Costa Rica has also become a very popular permanent retirement destination for thousands of Canadians, Americans, and Europeans who are escaping the harsh northern winters. Canadians are also discovering Costa Rica as an exciting alternative to Florida and Cuba for their winter vacation destination.

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