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Hike, swim, explore Costa Rica property for sale

In 2006 we started making trips to Finca Las Brisas to work or show the property to  prospective clients. Each trip we had so much fun and we did so many things, that we decided to organize adventure tours around our major working trips and the requests by people to visit the finca.

 

When we put in our road, we also cut in a very rough "trail" of a road up the mountain connecting with another road on the ridge that would take us over the back way to Nosara. We put in the road mostly for our neighbors, but we also thought it might be a short-cut to Nosara with a beautiful view of the coastline during the dry season.

 

In January 2007 we arrived with a group of people that had all met together in the Miami airport. It was getting dark as our caravan of 4 SUVs reached the turn-off to the finca. Anxious to see our new road we drove up the 5 kilometers and it soon became dark. Without the normal light pollution and a moon it was as dark as a night gets, even though it seemed like you could reach out and touch the stars. We decided to drive up our trail over the mountain because it was getting late. It is hard to explain what it is like getting lost on the side of a mountain in the pitch blackness in Costa Rica on a road that is little more than a trail, but we were a little nervous. We also had some kids in one SUV that will go to their graves swearing that they were not crying, but they were. Finally we said to them, "If you were back in the US right now, what would you be doing?" They all replied, "Homework!" We asked them, "So would you rather be doing this or doing homework?" They all agreed that being scared was preferable to doing homework and then one boy said, "You know, this is like a movie," and then one of the other children added, "This is like BEING IN a movie!" From that point on it was adventure after adventure the entire trip.

 

On our adventure tours we hike, swim, snorkel, fish, take ultra-flights, ride zip lines, go horse back riding, 4 wheeling, surfing, exploring, and turtle observing while constantly searching for animals, trees and plants we have never seen before  - it is just endless.

 

We have had about 12 tours now.

 

Maybe you can join us sometime?

 

Typically we post our invitation on our facebook group, one our site (example of posting a couple of years ago) and in a mailing to our contact list.

 

 

 

 
 


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Located (near Playa Samara, Playa Carrillo, Playa Garza, Playa Buenavista, Playa Guiones, Playa Nosara, Playa Ostional, and Playa San Juanilla) on the Nicoya Peninsula overlooking  the Pacific coast of Costa Rica

 

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