Finaco_Bellavista_Costa_Rica..03Looking to detach from the fast pace of today’s technological and digital world? Well, we have the answer for the perfect nomadic escape and adventure. Finca Bellavista is a treehouse community and private nature reserve in the south Pacific coastal region of Costa Rica. Its self-sustaining arboreal community is a rustic, yet comfortable, private retreat off the beaten path. The neighborhood is a sanctuary in its own where residents and guests can escape the pressures of the modern world, explore the natural wonders of the rainforest canopy and enjoy what the group likes to call ‘treetop Pura Vida’.

Finca Bellavista, while a one-of-a-kind concept, is also located within a very special place. Situated in a critical biological migration corridor that connects the Talamanca Mountains and the Osa Peninsula, the finca is comprised of nearly 600 acres of secondary and primary rainforest and reclaimed pasture. Perched overlooking the Golfo Dulce and nurtured by two whitewater rivers, the location of this unique enclave is unmatched in its magnificence and pulses with life. This setting provides a nearly custom-built backdrop to house our community – the world’s first master planned, modern, sustainable, and truly arboreal neighborhood. And while it feels a world away, Finca Bellavista is within half an hour’s drive to two regional airports and a handful of urban centers, boasting easy access to the amenities of civilization.

Finaco_Bellavista_Costa_Rica..13Though the resort provides an experience for humans to dwell, interact, and grow within the treetop realm, they remain committed to being stewards of this land and our environment. Everything done at Finca Bellavista is dealt with consciousness, caution and care guided by personal beliefs. This is sacred ground. As their neighborhood has evolved and become a world-renowned eco-friendly paradise they have become keenly aware of the issues and challenges facing the world’s rainforests and the communities that depend on their survival. In 2012, they created the charitable branch of our community, The Bellavistan Initiative, to begin the process of manifesting regional conservation goal.


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