Ocean View Land for Sale, incredible tropical gem located in the community of Tarcoles, only 300 yards to 27 Road (Costanera rd.) county of Garabito in the Central Pacific of Costa Rica, an area that is very well known for the Carara National Park the richness of its nature, wildlife, and its famed river; “Río Grande de Tárcoles” home of the largest population of American Crocodiles in Central America and around 327 species of birds, making this area very attractive for eco-friendly tourist developments.
The 17.61 acre land for development offers a mixed topography with incredible mountain and ocean views, the property also offers clean open areas with mature trees and both primary and secondary forest, the property has 200 meters of road front and counts with access to all public services. The property offers a great location only 300 yards to the Road 34, and only 32 miles (55 km) to the SJO International airport, also a convenient quick 30 minutes drive to the well known Los Sueños Resort Marina and a 40-minute drive to Jaco beach one of the most visited tourist destinations in Costa Rica.
Carara National Park is located within Turrubares and Garabito cantons from San Jose and Puntarenas Provinces, between coordinates 9º51 ‘and 9º44’ north latitude, 84º36 ‘and 84º29’ east longitude, i.e. 90 kilometers from San José – Costanera South Road. The main entrance is located 2 kilometers south of the Rio Grande de Tarcoles Bridge River. The Carara Carara National Park, which in indigenous Huetar language means “River of lizards”, has the only transition forest in Central Pacific, resulting in a diversity of flora and fauna, where converge typical species of dry and humid forests. This National Park is a worldwide known birding destination as it has very diverse birdlife, where stands out the Scarlet Macaw (Lapa Roja – Ara Macao – ), a species that is in danger of extinction, being the second largest species of Psittacidae of Costa Rica. It is certainly one of the major sites in the country for birdwatching, so it will be included in the next guide made by the Costa Rican Tourism Institute in this segment of tourism at the national level. Due to its location and ease of access on Route 34, this park is also ideal for a one-day visit, visitors can easily move from the capital city, using their own car, rented or by public transport. It is the first national park in having a universal access trail, where the visitor can live the experience of being in the forest, known endemic species like the Cafecillo (erythrochiton gymnanthus), large trees, and see the relationship between some of the species.