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Destination

A Lifetime of Adventure

Crown Jewel
of Central
America

Part sophisticated community, part primitive playground, Peninsula Papagayo fulfills a dream to create Central America’s premier residential resort destination.

Imagine a tropical wilderness nearly surrounded by sapphire waters. Spanning 1,400 acres, 11 miles of coastline, eight miles of bluff edges, seven spectacularly uncrowded beaches and one of the few remaining tropical dry forests on the planet. Mother Nature must consider Peninsula Papagayo one of her finest hours.

Set amid this protected peninsula, home to some of earth’s most extraordinary flora and fauna, you’ll discover an exclusive collection of custom estate home sites and residences offering unparalleled views, privacy and tranquility immersed in natural splendor.

TOP 10 FUN FACTS
ABOUT COSTA RICA

There’s no place like Peninsula Papagayo.

Costa Ricans refer to themselves as Ticos (males) or Ticas (females).

The Guanacaste is Costa Rica’s national tree and the clay-colored thrush is the national bird. The national flower is the guaria morada, an orchid.

Costa Rica has a population of 4.5 million and a life expectancy of almost 77 years, one of the highest in the world.

There are 800 miles of coastline in Costa Rica between the Pacific and Caribbean coasts.

Costa Rica is divided into seven provinces: San Jose, Alajuela, Heredia, Cartago, Guanacaste, Puntarenas and Limon.

Irazu is the tallest volcano in Costa Rica at 11,259 feet.

Costa Rica hosts more than 5% of the world’s biodiversity even though its landmass only takes up .03% of the planet’s surface.

A soda is a small, informal restaurant that serves traditional meals like chicken, rice, beans and salad for $2-$3 a plate.

A pulperia is a neighborhood store that sells essential foodstuffs like canned goods, eggs, milk, bread and some produce.

The Tempisque River Bridge (known locally as El Puente de Amistad) that connects the mainland to the Nicoya Peninsula was a gift from Taiwan.

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The Ticos, as they’re called, have a national identity of deep-rooted egalitarianism, a value not easily held in a world of competing interests.

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Voices of Guanacaste
1 / Nature

NATURE WITHOUT
BORDERS

Peninsula Papagayo possesses one of the most extraordinary coastal landscapes and biological corridors on the planet. Now comes the opportunity to connect and celebrate this sprawling 1,400-acre peninsula from end to end for the first time—creating the ultimate basecamp for adventure and exploration.

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2/ STRATEGIC STEWARDSHIP

TREADING LIGHTLY
ON THE LAND

Wrapped in its own peaceful existence, Peninsula Papagayo is an earthly jewel unlike any other. Love for this land and its people runs deep—as does a passion to protect the peninsula in perpetuity. Sustainability and corporate social responsibility make everything on the peninsula possible.

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3 / Master Plan

Integrating
People and Nature


Spanning 1,400 acres, Peninsula Papagayo is a rare haven
where life is in harmony with nature—the great artist.

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4 / INFRASTRUCTURE

THE
INVISIBLE
FOREST

The backbone of Peninsula Papagayo’s master plan is a framework of street and utility corridors, storm water collection, sanitary sewer and potable water distribution systems, together with joint trench facilities for electrical, telecommunications and fiber optics. Enhanced WiFi bandwidth keeps you connected to the worldeven in paradise.

5 / PEOPLE OF PAPAGAYO

LOCAL
CONNECTIONS

No matter what role the peninsula’s esteemed team members play, each exists to enchant members and guests with an authentic and immersive Costa Rican experience.

Read their stories

6 / WHAT THEY’RE SAYING

HOMEOWNER
INTERVIEWS

What first attracted you to Costa Rica? What is your idea of the perfect trip? What were the key factors that influenced your decision to buy at Peninsula Papagayo? These are a few of the questions homeowners were asked.

Meet The Ambassadors

7 / VOICES OF GUANACASTE

STORIES FROM
ANOTHER PLACE

Guanacaste is a magical land of pastoral farms, cattle ranches and some of the happiest people on the planet. They are passionate about their homeland and sharing its natural beauty and cultural riches with members and guests.

Read Their Stories

8 / Getting Here

GUANACASTE, COSTA RICA:
A LIFETIME OF ADVENTURE

Though it feels worlds away, Peninsula Papagayo is one of the world’s more readily accessible exotic destinations.

One or more images on this page originally appeared in the book “Voices of Guanacaste,” and are presented here courtesy of photographer Tony Arruzza.

Four Seasons Resort & Residences

Eco-luxury reimagined—the only Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Resort in Central and South America

Andaz Papagayo

A kaleidoscope of style and local culture with 3 restaurants, 2 beaches and Onda Spa

Marina Village

Marina Suites, Dive Bar, Ship Store and new gourmet market. Phase 2 of the village currently in pre-development.

Marina Papagayo

Costa Rica’s preferred superport and gateway to the Pacific featuring 180 state-of-the-art slips and tailored dockside services

Golf Clubhouse & Tennis Center

The iconic golf clubhouse is home to the pro shop and popular Caracol Restaurant. The adjoining Tennis Center features four Har-Tru green clay courts and one grass court.

Prieta Beach Club

The ultimate members’ hideaway features a fabulous owner’s lounge, fitness center, spa and the popular Sunset Restaurant.

Golf Practice Facility

Eco-golf at its finest with recurring vistas of white sand beaches, turquoise waters and emerald-green carpets of seashore paspalum turf.

Macaw Sanctuary

A refuge for all seasons, protecting one of the last wild populations of scarlet macaws—open by appointment only.

Nature Center

Basecamp for exploration and gateway to the peninsula’s extraordinary biological corridor.

Exclusive Resorts

Experience the culinary wonders of Executive Chef Nicolas Devenelle at Poro Poro—one of 11 dining venues on the peninsula.

 


Now selling—whole ownership oceanfront villas and estate homes on beloved Prieta Bay, managed by Four Seasons.

Andaz Beach House

Locally inspired food and drink on one of Travel + Leisure’s most beautiful beaches.

Interact with the master plan for a tour of current and future resort amenities.