Rancho Aloe consists of approximately 4969 acres of incredibly beautiful Costa Rica cropland, ranch and jungle boarding along the east side of the new 4 lane Pan-American Highway 5 kilometers north of Bagaces, Costa Rica. Approximately 3,000 acres of crop and grazing lands, 1969 acres of natural habitat that could be developed for more production. Property is fenced with 2.5 miles of frontage on the Pan-American highway.
Rancho Aloe has an extensive fifteen-million-dollar irrigation system that uses water pumped from a river through underground six-inch pipes feeding cannons & drip systems that irrigate the farm during the dry season there is also wells for additional water. This land has lots of water unlike several other properties in the Guanacaste area. The four rivers run year-round and the farm has governmental permits (concessions) to use this water for its foreseeable needs. In the raining season May thru November average total rainfall is twenty-two inches and that is ample water to raise crops.
The Costa Rica farm has agricultural equipment tractors, bulldozer, wagons, trailers etc, that is more than adequate for its current operations. Rancho Aloe has a spacious 4800 sq. ft. custom built in 1944 from wood harvested and milled on the property. The ranch house has a swimming pool, 2 guesthouses, a office, a barn shop and storage buildings. Not to mention fuel tanks, water tanks as well as a gated entry with guard building.
Rancho Aloe is used to maintain a herd of cattle and currently has a small herd of horses. The ranching activity has stopped as the seller is preparing the property for sale. It is estimated that Rancho Aloe has the capacity currently to run approximately 1200 head of cattle and other livestock.
There are rock formations on Rancho Aloe that provide excellent materials for road maintenance and building. There is an airstrip that has been improved as well.
Bagaces is a town in Guanacaste, located off the Pan-American highway. It’s between two of the major nature preserves in Guanacaste, El Rincón and Parque Nacional Palo Verde. Although the town is quite small, it is near some striking natural attractions, making it a well worth a visit. These attractions are (for now) off the beaten path, so it’s unlikely you’ll have to compete with crowds.
Some of those attractions include:
Take a bumpy road to the Bagaces Waterfall (also known as Llanos de Cortés), just a few minutes away from Bagaces by car or bus. This enormous waterfall is 50-feet (15-m) wide. You’ll be asked to make a small donation to the local school as an entrance fee. Bring a swimming suit so you can swim around the clear water near the waterfall. After your swim, sunbathe on the nearby rocks as you take in the roar of the falling water.
Río Perdido is Bagace’s number one attraction for adventure travelers. The white-water rafting is one of the most popular activities there. The grounds surrounding the river, you will find trails that run the through the dense giving a get chance to bird watch and observe the wildlife. There are also canyons near the trails that are ripe for an afternoon of exploration. Visitors can bike and hike through the trails, and zip-line through the forest’s canopy. The ranch is also close to the international airport of Liberia, Costa Rica
Multi purpose ranch
Large home built in 1944
Two guest houses
Building supplies on land
Four rivers for water supply
Near tourist attractions