Oxygen Natural Reserve Along The Sierpe River
Oxygen Natural Reserve lies along the Sierpe River and is land set aside for preserving oxygen for the planet. The Sierpe River lies in the Osa Peninsula in the south of Puntarenas Provence roughly 25 Kilometers from the Pacific Coast. Its vastness and unparalleled flora and fauna allow visitors to fall in love with the coexistence of many different species. The Sierpe is considered the largest tropical mangrove forest in Central America.
Lush Mangrove Forest Boasting The Most Biodiverse Ecosystem On The Planet
The Sierpe area is well known for its canal system similar to those of Tortuguero and surrounded by a lush mangrove forest. Getting to this area can be a bit of and adventure and is best done either by boat or by plane.
829 Acres Accessed By Boat Through Ethereal Fresh Water Canals With Close Proximity To Drake Bay
The full size of this lot is 829 acres (360.86 hectares) with heavenly access through the freshwater canals. The beautiful water access channels of this property resemble a giant pool, through which you can navigate easily by boat. The Sierpe area lies within close proximity to Drake Bay, and Corcovado National Park. The flora and fauna is some of the most diverse in the country and in the whole of Central America.
Nearby are archaeological sites of incalculable value. This land was inhabited by indigenous people since approximately 300 years B.C.
Do not miss this amazing opportunity to become a steward of the earth by owning and protecting a fast tract of land in one of the most biodiverse places on the planet.