Located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the Paseo de la Danta Biological corridor you will be surrounded by primary and secondary rainforest. These reserves account for at least 20% of the total fauna, 54% of the mammals, 59% of the birds and over 330 species of butterflies maintaining a “high value in terms of ecosystem’s, biodiversity, water resources, and connectivity.”
The corridor is a conservation area specifically designed to provide connectivity between the Osa Penninsula, including the jewel of Costa Rica, Corcovado National Park in the south the marine and terrestrial national parks and forest reserves to the north. “In fact, Corcovado National Park’s greatest hope for maintaining connectivity rests squarely in the Path of the Tapir. This farm is found within one of the most intact landscapes in the corridor and makes up a crucial piece of continuous natural habitat.
The Tinamaste area is located in Southern Costa Rica at approximately 2,300 above sea elevation which makes it ideal for growing a variety of fruit, vegetables, and ornamentals. Honey is produced on the neighboring farms so there is a strong local commitment to chemical-free agriculture.
This farm has been preserved by one family for over 40 years and has no history of agrochemical use ensuring the land and water are clean and safe. Two year-round streams surround the property with in-stream swimming pools and stunning ocean, sunset, and mountain valley views. The drinking water is spring-fed with the legal concession in process. Nature at its finest, healing at its best gives you endless possibilities for creating your own private natural retreat.
There are two cleared building sites, new internal roads with cement drainage, public road frontage, and electricity, with high-speed fiber-optic internet available.
There is a variety of exciting adventures for all ages from ascending the tallest mountain in Costa Rica, to Chiripo Mt. at over 3,800mts, to exploring the depths of the Pacific surrounding Cocos Island, established as a Costa Rican National park in 1978. Nestled between San Isidro de General, the second-largest city in Costa Rica, and the beach towns of Dominical and Uvita you have access to the finest organic restaurants, local farmer’s markets, great entertainment, and some of the most beautiful beaches and waterfalls in all of Costa Rica. Corcovado National park, Pavones, and Mataplo surf breaks are a short three-hour drive south just waiting to be explored.