Turn-key Jungle Lodge in the Osa Peninsula

  • $349,000
Puerto Jimenez


Here’s a plug and play option for those looking to step into a going operation in the thriving eco-tourism business. Strategically located, only a 5 minute walk to the East entrance of Corcovado National Park this property has a captivating history in what was once a bustling gold mining town.

Situated on 1.4 acres of tropical gardens surrounded by jungle this rehabilitated miners camp was once a bar, a jail and a brothel during the gold rush days of the 60’s and 70’s. Today it is a well-equipped and furnished eco-lodge with capacity of up to 25 guests – accomodations include bungalows, double and quadruple rooms, a stand alone open-air jungle cabin and a spring fed plunge pool. This is great spot for budget retreats and launching all sorts of adventure tours.

Surrounded by mountains covered with lush rainforest, waterfalls and swimming holes along the adjacent river the grounds and gardens attract over 150 species of birds including toucans and scarlet macaws with common visits of anteaters, coatis, kinkajous, owls and squirrel monkeys. National Geographic has described Corcovado National Park as one of the most biodiverse places on earth. This region of the Osa Peninsula is one of the few remaining unspoiled parts of Costa Rica and is a magnet for biologists and nature lovers from around the world.

The lodge comes with all permits, licenses and a transferable corporation.

There is also an option to buy a 14 acre conservation property with primary and secondary rainforest located about a 40-minute hike from the lodge where you could set up a remote day camp.

Asking price $349,000

Land size: 5,732 m2 / 1.4 acres
Water: Municipal
Power: Main grid
Internet: Satellite
Location: 30 minute drive from Puerto Jiménez


  • Price: $349,000
  • Property Type: Houses, Inland


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