addition to enjoying the profit from your tropical hardwoods, you are also invited to
visit your trees and enjoy the wonderful tropical beauty of our tree farms, located in one of
the most lush, beautiful areas of Costa Rica. Go to the Photo
Gallery to see a little of what awaits you here on the farms.
Imagine standing in the middle of hundreds of
beautiful, well-groomed, tropical hardwood trees and knowing that these beautiful trees,
and the tropical hardwoods they produce, belong just to you.
Imagine too, enjoying the
acres of natural beauty of the farms, all located in one of the most beautiful areas of
Costa Rica, just a few miles inland from the Pacific coast, near Quepos,
Dominical, Palmar Sur and Sierpe.
We have well-mannered horses available at
each farm, with comfortable saddles, and saddlebags to carry your cool drinks and a picnic
Tree owner enjoying a flower-covered trail on Campo Real
You can walk or
ride horseback in solitude for hours along the miles of private roads and trails that wind
throughout the farms. You can explore more than 7,000 acres of tropical rainforest on the
farms, and search for monkeys, sloths, kinkajous, coatimundis and other tropical animals.
You can enjoy breathtaking
panoramas and look down on flying birds from hilltops more than 1,000 feet above the
rivers winding through the farms below. You can marvel at the beauty of the many
sparkling cascades and magnificent waterfalls, some more than 100 feet tall.
Enjoying a beautiful waterfalls on Campo Real
You can photograph the amazingly beautiful toucans, parrots, hummingbirds, and other
wonderful tropical birds. You can enjoy heliconias, spathiphyllum, philodendron,
bromeliads, orchids, and myriad other tropical plants and flowers. You can eat sweet
oranges, papayas, cashew apples, water apples, star fruit, and avocados right from the
tree. Or you can simply enjoy a tranquil picnic by the river.
Tree owner relaxing in a natural pool on San Cristobal
As a tree owner, you have the unique
opportunity of enjoying your own private tropical reserve.
To help you plan a
visit, we have assembled brief travel information, and suggestions from other tree owners.
You will also find much useful and helpful
information in the many fine travel guides for Costa Rica that are now available at most
bookstores and libraries.
Sherry and I would love to have you come visit
your trees and enjoy the private tropical beauty of the tree farms!
We hope to see you soon!
Planning your visit
information and driving directions
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