Often referred to as the last frontier of Costa Rica, this area is home to some of the country’s most spectacular landscape and natural beauty. This area is very attractive right now to a more speculative investor as there are large and relatively affordable tracts of land in this area that will provide excellent development opportunities in the coming year.
The main activities include beach enjoyment and marine resources, such as whales and dolphin’s observation, as well as mangrove swamp’s, landscapes, reptilian, sport fishing, surfing, hiking through the National Park’s paths, professional diving, the energetic walks to the Chirripo’s summit, botanical gardens, protected areas’ impressive waterfalls.
Ecotourism features as the main product, especially the one that is carried out among the Humedal Sierpe-Térraba; the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve, the Isla Del Caño Biological Preserve and the Corcovado National Park.
With gorgeous areas and breathtaking views, this is an investment truly for those who have some time to wait for the boom.