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Rancho Humo Guanacaste Costa Rica

Protected and Nature Conservancy Land, Rancho Humo Private Reserve, Guanacaste Costa Rica

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Rancho Humo, Protected and Nature Conservancy Reserve in Guanacaste Costa Rica

 

Rancho Humo, nestled in a private reserve in Guanacaste Costa Rica, spread over 50,000 acres is one of the ultimate Protected and Nature Conservancy Lands across Guanacaste area: A place where wildlife thrives and roams freely what is one of the few remaining true wilderness.

Thanks to the determination of a local family, Rancho Humo was transformed from a cattle farm into an international example of wetland rescue where you can experience numerous ecosystems: mangrove, wetlands, dry tropical rainforest, pastures, a large variety of flora and fauna including herons, black crowned night herons, hawks, ducks, roseate spoonbills, wood stork, and the largest and most exotic aquatic bird in Guanacaste: the Jabirú.

Aside from the captivating scenery, Rancho Humo is the hacienda that offers the culture of a traditional and picturesque town, Puerto Humo.
The project is envisioned to be a strong model for sustainable development both locally and internationally with a large emphasis in sustaining its natural surroundings.

Our daily tour will be immerse into the exuberant wildlife of Río Tempisque and Palo Verde National Park, Isla de Pájaros (Birds Island), Rancho Humo Reserve, Rancho Humo Lookout and the wetlands… all this natural life is awaiting to be admired from you.

Rancho Humo Nature Conservancy and Protected Lands Reserve creates a true environmentally sensitive, sustainable Five Star, Five Leaf resort development with a residential component - a holistic approach that will create an unforgettable on-site experience where wellbeing, relaxation and adventure are combined in a context of luxury, service excellence, harmony and appreciation for the environment.

 

 

 

Rancho Humo News

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Día mundial de los humedales
Tuesday, 01 February 2011
El 2 de febrero es el Día Mundial de los Humedales. El patrimonio cultural de los humedales es resultado de la milenaria asociación de estos con... Read more...
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Sustainable agreement
Monday, 25 October 2010
En días pasados suscribimos un convenio de colaboración con la Fundación Neotrópica. El presente convenio pretende desarrollar y fortalecer una... Read more...
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Certified Ramsar Site
Monday, 25 October 2010
Los Humedales de Rancho Humo en conjunto con los humedales de Palo Verde están declarados como sitios Ramsar desde el año 2002. Esto significa que... Read more...
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Un rey surca las aguas del Tempisque
Saturday, 23 October 2010
Desde setiembre, las aguas del río Tempisque han estado engalanadas con la navegación del nuevo bote de Rancho Humo “Rey del Tempisque”, este... Read more...