Turn-key Jungle Lodge For Sale in Paradise
This titled property is situated on half an hectare of mature tropical gardens surrounded by jungle, Los Mineros is a unique property with a captivating historic past.
Once a bar, jail and brothel during the town’s gold rush days, this well-equipped and fully furnished lodge sleeps up to 25 with a combination of cabinas, double and quadruple rooms and an open-air jungle cabin with a spring fed plunge pool. It is the perfect location for retreats and as a home base for adventure tours. The garden has been designed to encourage visits from 150 species of birds including toucans and scarlet macaws. Regular visitors also include anteaters, coatis, kinkajous, owls and squirrel monkeys.
Los Mineros is located in the heart of the community of Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre which is on the verge of a tourist boom because it is has an entrance to Corcovado National Park just 50 meters away from the lodge. National Geographic has described Corcovado National Park as one of the most biodiverse locations on earth. This region of the Osa Peninsular is one of the few remaining unspoiled parts of Costa Rica and is a magnet for biologists and nature lovers from around the world.
Dos Brazos is located on the Rio Tigre, 13 km from the bustling town of Puerto Jimenez. There are daily 40-minute flights from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez or by car on a well-maintained paved highway. Dos Brazos is a tight-knit community nestled between the two branches of the Rio Tigre flowing from Corcovado. It is surrounded by mountains covered with lush rainforest, waterfalls and swimming holes. There is a small school, a couple of sodas and local produce for sale. Although it is slightly off the beaten track, the area hosts a small number of lodges and hostels that welcomes many nature lovers and adventurers alike.
The lodge comes with all permits, licences and a transferable corporation. There is also an option to buy a 5.5-hectare conservation property of primary and secondary rainforest located about a 40-minute hike from Los Mineros.