This property is 9.2 hectares, which is about 22.7 acres. This is the Northern most boundary of Cahuita, bordered by the Rio Tuba. The land itself was once a cacao plantation, and would again make a nice estate cacao farm. But with the completion by the Danish of the new port just above Limon, and concurrent completion by the Chinese of the road from port to San Jose, a property boom in this area is inevitable. Invest here while prices are still low.This land now is a mix of bush, jungle, and old and new trees. Many exotic animals are easily spotted, including monkeys, snakes, toucans, an occasional iguana, etc. Some potential other land uses might be for a boutique hotel, a resort housing development, or set aside as a nature preserve. A road from Hwy 32 through to Grande Beach will pass by the property and is now under construction. The beach is within a kilometer, and a very nice yoga retreat is 6oo m down the road (http://www.thegoddessgarden.com/). Electricity is also close.