Located in Uvita, Costa Rica, the Boracayan Reserve is a world class eco-botanical treasure, currently structured for personal use, adaptable for master community, destination resort, luxe hospitality or institutional study center and retreat. The property assemblage under single property ownership is approximately 850 hectares (2,000 Acres), with approximately 70 hectares (173 acres) of choice locations considered desirable as buildable lots, able to be individually deeded. All development parcels within this conceived building envelope would be served by municipal water.
Geographically, the Boracayan Reserve is sited on the highest cliffside with closest proximity to the Pacific ocean of any such property in all of Costa Rica, with altitude averaging 2500 ft. above sea level. The “Big House” featured above, and many of the buildable lots face the Paciﬁc Ocean. Two natural wonders of national historic pride, the Diamante Falls and the San Luis Falls lie on the privately deeded property. Enduring water use concessions are in place with per/minute draw rates able to support resort and hospitality operations which may considered. Governmental easements are in effect at the base of both sides of the