The property is in excess of 100 acres with excellent water, structures and a working ranch. This private shangrala is the gateway to untapped surf along the Burica coastline just to the south of Pavones.
The Burica Ranch is situated in one of the most environmentally diverse areas on the planet, the last frontier awaits along this incredible stretch of Costa Rica’s most southern reach.
Bordering the Pacific ocean, jungle covered cliffs give way to expansive farms, flats and lush mountains.
There are a few special properties with title, water and unexplored opportunities.
Build a private landing strip, helicopter pad, or boat in boat out to your private paradise. With over 100 acres, you have plenty to work with.
Roads, access and amenities will soon be on their way, but for now this is still undiscovered and ahead of the curve.
Continue south…south from Pavones, south from Punta Banco… to the magnificent splendor of Burica, Costa Rica. The Burica coastline goes all the way down to Panama. There is much to be discovered.
Known as a surfer’s haven, Pavones is a small community located along the southern Pacific Coast. Surrounded by jungle and home to multiple world class surf breaks. Pavones is also surrounded by diverse wildlife in the lush rainforest nearby. Wildlife is rich, abundant and diverse. The deep jungle meets the coast with incredible lush tropical landscape. Wildlife abounds with a variety of monkeys including howlers and white faced, toucans, mccaws, sloths and so much more.
Pavones isn’t just another Costa Rica surfer town – this region is home to some of the best, longest wave in the world. This remote village can be a challenge to get to, but as the second longest left behind Chicama, Peru, the travels may be worth it. When a south southwest swell comes in, the surf here is fast, intense and the ride can last up to 2 minutes. No joke, Red Bull filmed Robby Naish surfing a wave for 2 minutes 15 seconds and going over 1 km!