OLA REDONDA. (Circle Wave) is a 14-acre property located in the low hills of La Balsa de Puerto Jimenez on the Osa Peninsula. The property is 3 kilometers from the town of Puerto Jimenez on improved public roads. This Titled private sanctuary is served by its own water system and electricity is solar generated on-site as well. The owner has lived on the land since 2003.

The property consists of two ridges of hills that are bisected by a rainy-season creek. The property is bounded by the La Balsa road and by Quebrada Victoria. Victoria is a year-round stream that forms the lower boundary of the property and passes through a portion of the land. 90% of the property is in its natural state. Vegetation is indicative of the lowland rainforest here on the Osa Peninsula with secondary tree growth and some primary forest trees along the creek and stream.
Ridgetop sites offer wide overlooking views of the forest canopy and surrounding lands. There are views of the ocean waters of the Golfo Dulce. The sound of the surf on the nearby beaches can be heard.

The property supports a great variety of wildlife and birds. There are approximately 1.5 kilometers of trails on the property that access the stream and view sites in the “jungle” areas of the land. These jungle areas comprise approximately 11 acres of the overall land area at Ola Redonda. The properties surrounding Ola Redonda are privately held. Neighbors are Costa Rican families and expatriates living quiet lives in nature. The only lights seen at night are 15 miles away across the gulf.
Quebrada Victoria serves as an important wildlife corridor connecting Corcovado National Park to the Golfo Dulce.

The property has 30 meters of frontage along the La Balsa road. The entrance to the property and owner’s residence are located on the upslope from the public road and overlook the forest and have views of the waters of the gulf. The residence is a two-story structure with a large kitchen and guest bedroom with a bath downstairs. A big ground-floor patio for entertaining. The upper floor has a big private bedroom, deck, and full bath. The modern design allows lots of air and light and ocean views. The monkey show in the surrounding trees is a daily occurrence.

In the center of the property is the Osa Jungle Hostel. The Hostel is a modern/rustic open design with its own solar system and water. The hostel is not in operation. The building can accommodate up to 14 guests There is a kitchen and full bathroom, decks, and outdoor areas for guests to enjoy.


– Ocean View
– Own water system
– Electricity is solar-generated on site
– Approximately 1.5 kilometers of trails
– great variety of wildlife and birds
– Completely furnished and equipped
– Easy access
– No four-wheel Drive Needed
– Access by public road
– Close to restaurants, stores, and amenities (5-15 min)
– Titled land
– Primary & Secondary Forest
– Biological corridor
– Ideal for Residential or Communitary Development

Property Features

  • Solar Off Grid
  • Solar Power