Ocean View Farm with River Frontage Close to Drake Bay Airport
Drake Bay is one of the rarest gems the Southern Pacific zone has to offer. The land is untouched, the restaurants aren’t crowded, and there is so much room for growth and opportunity. This oversized property located within five minutes from the newly renovated Drake Bay airport is full of potential: build your dream home and guest house on the two established building sites and turn the land into a fully functioning organic ranch with garden, or utilize the full 89.06 acres to create an eco-retreat featuring private hiking trails through the virgin jungle.
An Idyllic Costa Rican Farm with Open Space, Virgin Jungle, and River Frontage
The two-building sites are located on a ridgeline, giving them the best ocean and mountain views. Below the ridgeline are cattle pastures and open space that could continue to be cattle pastures or could be utilized to create an expansive eco-retreat. The property has river frontage, which could enable you to register a private spring and put you in the direction of being an “off the grid” property. Electric is located at the property line.
The majority of this property is a virgin jungle. Having a property of this size with this much untouched jungle ensures that you and your guests will have all sorts of jungle creatures coming to say hello. There is currently a hiking trail from the second building site that leads down to the river. The trail could easily be extended to lead more into the mountainous terrain that makes up a large portion of this property.
Drake Bay is an Up-and-Coming Ecotourism Spot Thanks to New Transportation
Being in the Osa peninsula is like taking a trip back in time: wildlife populations are high, the land is lush, and development sites are at a minimum. This is the perfect location for someone who wants to experience the natural and slower-paced side of Costa Rica. Whether your hobby of choice is fishing, diving, hiking, or simply observing, there is a little bit of everything in the Osa peninsula.
Typically, people come to Drake Bay by riverboat or by daily flights from San Jose International Airport to the newly renovated airport called Bahía Drake. The area is extremely popular for visitors who want to experience old-school Costa Rica. Highlights in the area include world-class fishing, snorkeling and diving in the protected waters of Caño Island, and gorgeous nature tours through Corcovado National Park, the “crown jewel” of the Costa Rican national park system. The area provides the best that Costa Rica has to offer, in fact, National Geographic regularly schedules tours in the immediate area.