Selva Nueva is incredible 3,200 acre property set between two magnificent lagoons, one salt water and one fresh water that flow into the Pacific Ocean. Bisected by the famous Rio Oro; Selva Nueva is bordered on one side by the 167 square mile Corcovado National Park and on the other by its 2.5 miles of beachfront. It contains over 2% of the world’s biodiversity—that’s more than all of North America combined. Originally conceived as a nature reserve, the property is nonetheless capable of supporting a sustainable development. A consultant group has identified hundreds of acres, from the beachfront to the mesas, on which to build without unduly affecting the flora and fauna.