446 Acres Available on Southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica

  • 446 Acres
  • Land
  • For Sale

Summary Description

446 Acres | Osa Peninsula > 2 Individual Parcels

Waterfall Ranch: Perfect location for retirement, a private retreat, or would be a key location for a tourism business/destination

  • 430-acre rainforest property is located off the main road in Alto Los Mogos on the Osa Peninsula on the Pacific side of Costa Rica.
  • Property is a transition point from the mountainous tropical rainforest ecosystem into the beginning of the Sierpe wetland area — largest in Central America.
  • Primary rainforest mountains, creeks, waterfalls, pasture land, springs and amazing views Contains one of the largest waterfalls in the southern zone of Costa Rica, which drops 500 feet cascading into three different levels of swimming areas
  • Flora, fauna, birds, and wildlife on this property are the most diverse in the world with 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity

Structures on the property include:

  • Cabin at the base of the waterfall
  • Corral with roof
  • 5 bedroom house that sits in front of a year round creek
  • Small lagoon

Elvin Property Specifications: Perfect location for a home site, private retreat or a good location for development

  • 16 Acres, Heavily wooded
  • Located on the main road on the Osa Peninsula in Alto Los Mogos, 12 miles off the Pan American Highway on the Pacific side of Costa Rica
  • Spectacular views of the Talamanca Mountains to the Sierpe Wetlands below
  • Several national parks and reservations are located in the Talamanca Mountain rage, including Chirripo National Park
  • The Cordillera de Talamanca and La Amistad Nation Parks have been designated by UNESCO a World Heritage site
  • Extensive wildlife with 140 species of mammals and 463 species of birds
  • Electricity on-site with paved road frontage

Lot Size: 446 Acres

Area Available: 446 Acres


  • The most significant wetland ecosystem and mangrove forests of Central America
  • The largest remaining tract of lowland rainforest in Pacific Mesoamerica
  • 2-3% of flora found no where else in the world
  • 323 endemic species of plants and vertebrates
  • The largest population of scarlet macaws in Central America
  • More than 4,000 vascular plants
  • More than 10,000 insects
  • More than 700 species of trees (which is more than all the Northern temperate regions combined)
  • 463 species of birds
  • 140 mammals, including 25 species of dolphins and whales; 4 species of sea turtles
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