Discover the essence of tropical paradise living at Finca Morpho, nestled amidst the breathtaking biodiversity of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula. This enchanting estate sprawls over lush acres of pristine rainforest, offering a haven where nature’s splendor converges with tropical living.

Immerse yourself in the symphony of wildlife melodies as you wander through the verdant trails of Finca Morpho. This haven is a sanctuary for both flora and fauna, boasting an unparalleled diversity of plant species and serving as a habitat for an array of exotic creatures, including monkeys, toucans, and vibrant butterflies.

The estate features a stunning array of eco-friendly dwellings seamlessly integrated into the natural landscape. Wake up to the soothing sounds of the rainforest and savor panoramic views of the surrounding jungle from your private terrace.

For the adventurous spirit, Finca Morpho offers a myriad of activities to explore the wonders of the peninsula. Embark on guided hikes through lush trails, take a dip in secluded waterfalls, or venture out for world-class surfing along nearby pristine beaches. Dive into the azure waters of the Pacific Ocean and discover vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life, or simply unwind on the sun-kissed shores and bask in the tranquillity of this idyllic retreat.

With its unparalleled natural beauty, sustainable ethos, and unparalleled tranquillity, Finca Morpho presents a rare opportunity to own a piece of paradise in one of Costa Rica’s most coveted destinations. Whether seeking a private sanctuary, an eco-conscious retreat, or an investment in sustainable living, this exceptional estate invites you to embrace a life of harmony with nature on the stunning Osa Peninsula.

Don’t miss the opportunity to develop either an eco-touristic or residential project on this 3.3-hectare property, featuring both titled and beachfront land. The surf break is just steps away, offering endless possibilities for your eco-friendly vision.

Property Features

  • Beach Front
  • Beach Properties