Creating opportunities for development projects in a sustainable way
Pura Jungla is a 97 hectare (approximately 250 acre) property, with topography of valleys, mountains mostly covered by jungle with an interior seasonal lake. Approximately fifty percent of the property is designated as a Conservation Area / Nature Reserve. This Conservation Area supports an intact, complete fauna and flora ecosystem, allowing nature the opportunity to flourish.
Over the years, many of the neighboring properties have joined Pura Jungla in this successful conservation initiative. There are approximately 1,000 hectares in total (2,500 acres) of regenerating forests in the surrounding area, combined with low density development. This area has become a nature species bank, which allows Pura Jungla a dense wildlife population.
1990 - Pura Jungla Acquired
1993 - Saplings mature and began planting
2003 - Segregation of Pura Jungla
2013 - The First Neighbors build
2023 - Most of our lots are sold
The visionary behind Pura Jungla
Originally from Minnesota, USA, as a kid Ray always dreamed of great exploration and travelling the Continent. At 18 years of age, the very next day after his high school graduation, he said farewell to his hometown and embarked on a remarkable journey of labor, discovery and adventure throughout North America, Mexico and Central America.
The land of exotic beauty, well-being and eco-conscious living!
The beaches of Guanacaste’s Nicoya Peninsula are some of the most popular vacation destinations in Costa Rica. Known for its sunny-all-day climate during the dry season, the Nicoya Peninsula is also one of five Blue Zones in the world, making it one of the places where people live long, healthy and happy lives!
A culture to discover
There is something special about this area… something unique and inviting. Could it be its relaxed and chill vibe, with its vibrant and exotic community?
Why Costa Rica?
Costa Rican culture is characterized for its strong tradition of peace, democracy and respect of human rights. Home to the University for Peace, Costa Ricans take pride in being citizens of a country that abolished its army in 1948
Costa Rica occupies only 0.03% of the earth’s surface, yet it is home to more than 500,000 species. This accounts for nearly 5% of the species found worldwide
Over 25% of the national territory is marked for conservation. Costa Rica has more than half a million acres of land designated as protected areas, including 30 national parks, 19 reserves, and 58 wildlife refuges
Consistently ranks high in global quality of life indexes, with excellent healthcare, a strong education system, and a culture that values work-life balance, making it an attractive destination for residents and expatriates
A front-runner in renewable energy, 99% of the energy output of Costa Rica is through renewable energy. While hydroelectricity is the largest source, other sources include wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass
Attracts millions of tourists annually, offering a strong market for hospitality, eco-tourism, health and personal well-being and adventure-focused activities
Favorable investment atmosphere with pro-business policies and strong incentives, demonstrating a commitment to attracting foreign direct investment
No restrictions on foreign ownership. Ease of acquisition and varied real estate opportunities
Invested in modernized infrastructure, with international airports, well-connected road networks, and reliable telecommunications, facilitating business operations and networking
Clients Who Trust Us
Pura Jungla has been trusted by dozens of individuals who have invested and supported us over the years in making Pura Jungla the remarkable property it is today. Pura Jungla is home to many of these people.
We build sustainably for the long term future of Mother Nature.