Drake Bay Dive Resort Osa Penninsula is a unique property, located on the beach and is one of the oldest owner-operated resorts in the area.
This unique property has been updated constantly, and the most meticulous features have been addressed. The resort has had consistently high occupancy throughout the years. This is the second reason it is such a remarkable property to purchase. The owners have been dedicated to treating all of their customers fairly with great service to all that visit, so the property has a stellar reputation that you can count on.
Drake Bay Dive Resort has a bed occupancy is 30 people with 12 cabins on the property which, as you can see in the pictures, are perfect for any tourist to enjoy. The return rate of clients is also incredible and there is really nothing bad you can say about this establishment.
The pool is an extra bonus to enjoy during the heat of the afternoon with a cool beverage and a dip. Then gaze at the stars at night. What more could a client want?
This property has it all and is perfect for a sole partnership or a group of partners to share in this adventure to live in paradise and work for something you have a passion for.
The property is not only a business venture but is an investment in your future joy and a tranquil way of life. On interest in their property, books and all information will be provided.
We feel the boom coming as Costa Rica has proven what a special country it is. Not only does it have a beautiful environment, but the people are really what makes Costa Rica different from other countries to live.
Discovered by Sir Francis Drake during his travels around the world in the 16th century, Drake Bay packs natural beauty that has stood the test of time.
It is located in the northern side of the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, and poetically juts out in the Pacific Ocean.
The pristine rainforests and the rugged natural beauty of the Osa Peninsula make this region among the most beautiful areas in Costa Rica.
Declared ‘one of the most biologically intense places on earth’ by the National Geographic Magazine, the Osa Peninsula along with Drake Bay have today, become the premier eco-tourism destination in the county.
Is best known for the surf. However, there is so much more to see and do in the area. From waterfall hiking, exploring the tide pools, watching the release of the newly hatched turtles to kayak and SUP tours, and of course surf, the area is full of adventure and beauty.