The finca consists of two parcels of land, one being 217 hectares (536 acres) and the other at 18 hectares (44.5 acres). There are public roads bordering the western and southern sides of the property as well as a legacy road, which affords a better opportunity for potential development. Additionally, there is a private 0.75 km gravel road that leads to the upper portion of the land.
There are two functioning wells on the property that serve as an abundant water source. Municipal electricity is accessible at the the western end of the grounds. Maintenance of the property is performed by a dependable caretaker who resides on the land in a two-bedroom house which has electricity and a septic system.
217 hectares (536 acres) $6,500,000 USD
18 hectares (44.5 acres) $750,000 USD
217 hectares (536 acres)
18 hectares (44.5 acres)
Local Flora and Fauna
Surrounding land serves as a natural habitat to a large variety of animals, including armadillos, white-tailed deer, pacas, and coatis. The area is also home to the white-faced or capuchin monkey as well as the howler monkey.
Through the efforts of the Macaw Recovery Network (Ara Project), scarlet macaws have recently been reintroduced to the area, where they were previously locally extinct. Aside from these, there is an abundance of butterflies and other species of birds such as parrots and hummingbirds.
Much of the terrain is second-growth dry forest with species such as large Guanacaste and balsa trees. The area is also rich in teak, avocado, mango, and different kinds of orchids.
With all the area has to offer, there is a long list of things you can do while at the Finca Punta Islita. These activities include: