Cinco Ceibas is a unique and innovative mixed-use development that aims to create a sustainable community over 1100 hectares. It is envisioned as a combination of a spa and nature resort, forests, tourism destination, and a hub for green living and regenerative agriculture.
The Cinco Ceibas Resort and Living property is located in the Sarapiqui region on a large estate covering eleven square kilometers (about four and a quarter square miles), which includes a 10-hectare lake.
There exists a 300-hectare pineapple plantation that is governed by a contractual arrangement. The adventure park is currently closed as a result of the continuing pandemic.
This property in Costa Rica offers unparalleled privacy in a pristine setting, surrounded by stunning lagoons and a protected rainforest reserve. The park has been closed due to the pandemic, and a substantial money infusion is required to resume the project.
The primary allure and one of the most enthralling aspects of the project was the 1300 meter (one mile) elevated boardwalk that meanders through the prominent Caribbean lowland rainforest. The boardwalk necessitates refurbishment and is in a deteriorated condition. The promenade is embellished with five splendid ceiba trees, which provided the inspiration for the name Cinco Ceibas. In addition, there are other amenities available, including a welcome center, a gift store, offices, a kayak house with a capacity of fifty kayaks and lockers, as well as shower and restroom facilities. The property also included a horse barn with four bays, along with storage facilities and meadows capable of accommodating a total of fifteen horses.
Around 450 hectares (equal to around 1,110 acres) were reforested with hardwood species almost twenty years ago. A grand total of 700,000 trees were meticulously planted, encompassing a diverse range of species including teak, roble, ceibo, and pilon. The primary rainforest in Costa Rica spans roughly 600 hectares (nearly 1,480 acres) and is distinguished by its inclusion of exceptionally massive trees, including Ceibas, Almendro, and Guacimo. On the boardwalk, there exists a specific ceiba tree of remarkable size, surpassing 70 meters (225 feet) in height and extending beyond the uppermost layer of the forest. Its age is expected to exceed 500 years. The owners have diligently protected the ecosystem since acquiring the land twenty years ago. Significantly, the land has served as a habitat for several endangered species, including jaguars, pumas, tapirs, and ocelots, which are regarded as prominent animal species in Costa Rica. Cinco Ceibas harbors a diverse array of critically endangered bird species, such as the green Macaw, which is indigenous to Costa Rica.
The owner had a vision to develop 5 Ceibas into a:
Peter’s perspective on this distinctive project and property. I am quite enthusiastic about this diverse mixed development, which encompasses a range of services like tourism, wood treatment plant, pineapple plantation what can be converted in other sustainable crops and has the potential to become a sustainable village spanning over 1100 hectares. The development aims to prioritize environmentally-friendly practices, such as green living and self-sufficiency in terms of food and electricity.
The current cashflow is derived from the pineapple industry, tourism opportunities, and the wood treatment factory. Promising investment opportunity with a high Internal Rate of Return (IRR).
Price of $10.000.000 negotiable.