Walk to the Beach Titled Ocean View Land in Drake Bay
Located in one of the most biodiverse areas in all of North America, this titled land is truly a rare find in Drake Bay. The property is 3.36 acres and is surrounded by lush rainforest, and at its highest point, you have a view of the warm ocean below. There is a small river that goes through the property as well as a large Ceiba tree, which is known as the “tree of life.” The lush rainforest and flowing river draw in exotic wildlife such as monkeys, sloths, a wide variety of birds, and various small mammals.
Drake Bay is heavily protected by the Costa Rican government because of how amazing the wildlife is. The government only allows the property to be sold in this area if it is properly titled like this one. The gently sloped property touches a public road that connects the property to the beach. With proper trails and internal roads made, owners and guests are just meters away from the warm waters of Drake Bay. And with public road frontage, there are no building restrictions. This site would make for an ecotourism boutique hotel with a private owner’s residence or a private residence in an ideal location for nature lovers.
Just because you are in a lush rainforest setting doesn’t mean you or guests will need to go without basic amenities such as high-speed internet and cable. Electricity and fiber optic connections are 200 meters from the property line.
New Infrastructure is Being Made to the Area Which is Promoting Growth
Drake Bay has been known to be one of the most difficult areas to access especially during the rainy season; access is typically by riverboat. However, with a new highway being made to connect the small village to Puerto Jimenez, this will make it easier than ever to get to this beautiful part of the Osa Peninsula all year round.
Along with a new highway, the region’s airport has finished construction and is offering daily flights from the international airport in San Jose. The village of Drake Bay is seeing rapid growth as tourism has better access to the area. As mentioned above, titled land in Drake Bay is extremely rare which is why this site would be perfect for a new eco-tourism boutique hotel. Bringing growth and jobs to the area is what this village is craving.
Drake Bay is Deemed the “Gateway to Corcovado National Park”
Nature lovers from all over the world make the trip to the Osa Peninsula every year to experience rich biodiversity. Arriving at Drake Bay is an experience in itself with an unforgettable boat ride through the mangroves or flying into the regional airport above the lush rainforest found in Southern Costa Rica. This property is located just 10 minutes walking distance from a beautiful beach hiking trail that will lead you to Corcovado National Park, the Crown Jewel of the Costa Rican National Park System. Owners and guests can spend hours exploring the well-maintained trails parallel to the beach while experiencing some of the most beautiful nature scenes in all of Central America.
Another highlight is the Cano Island Nature Reserve located just off of the coast. Here you can find Humpback Whales migrating through the area twice per year and enjoy spectacular scuba diving / snorkeling in protected waters teeming with fish.
Owning a property like this one is owning a little slice of heaven. Whether you choose to build an ecotourism hotel to share the beauty with the world or keep it for yourself as a private residence, you will not be disappointed in this investment. With the infrastructure enhancements to the area and the public road access, this is truly a rare investment opportunity.