Chirripo Eco Farm
80 Acres of Freedom near the Chirripo National Park
The farm is located on the border of the Chirripo National Park near San Isidro. The Chirripo National Park is a 123,000 acre reserve in one of the most bio-rich areas of Costa Rica. The park also boasts Costa Rica's highest summit: Cerro Chirripó Grande which reaches a max elevation of 11,000 feet. Use the interactive map to the right to explore nearby attractions. Simply select any of the markers for more information, photos, and video.
This 80 acre organic farm has extremely fertile soil with a climate made for comfort and farming. The property contains primary and secondary rainforest, waterfalls, streams, rivers, and an amazing variety of local flora and fauna.
This farm is for sale by owner. The owner is asking $489,000. To inquire click here.
What you will find on the property:
- 15 acres of fruit trees
- 5 acres organic vegetable gardens
- Trout and Tilapia ponds
- 30 acres of primary and secondary rain forest
- 30 ares of reforestation
- Pristine Mountain Streams
- Numerous natural pure water springs
- Abundant wildlife
- Planned Hydro-Electric
- Spacious 4 bedroom stone house
- 2 Bathrooms and jacuzzi
- 2 fire places
- Rustic 3 bedroom cabin
For more information please contact us direct directly.
The farm's reforestation program consists of 30 acres of local fruit trees and hard woods, and has been in action for more than five years. The plan consists of active and passive reforestation. The active portion has planted thousands of new trees, while the passive portion promotes naturally occurring new tree growth.
The two keys to a successfully farm are soil enrichment and pest control. The organic farm does both to perfection without the use of chemicals or any non organic compound. Our composting program creates an extremely rich soil properly balanced in potassium, nitrogen, and phosphate. Natural pesticides created from chilies and garlic ensure the health of every crop. The farm currently grows the following:
- variety of lettuce including romano
- egg plant
- brussels sprouts
- bell peppers
- green beans
- black berries
- orange trees
- grape fruit trees
- peach trees
- apple trees
- apricot trees
To learn more about organic farming and permaculture please visit our science section.
The hydro-electric system is currently under design and workers have begun testing the minimum outflow of water at the height of the dry season. Schematics are complete along with preliminary studies including head and water flow.
You can contact us at the Chirripo Eco Farm between 10AM and 6 PM Central Time seven days a week.
- Freddy Quiros
- Phone: 011 506 2-643-2313
- Mobile: 011 506 8-879-8320