- Updated On:
- November 23, 2022
Termales del Bosque is in Aguas Zarcas (“Light Blue Waters”), a quaint and unspoiled town in the canton of San Carlos in the province of Alajuela. The town sits on the lush green slopes of the Cordillera Central, Costa Rica’s central mountain chain.
Just about one and a half hours driving distance from San Jose through the scenic route (about one hours via the soon-to-be-opened new highway), Aguas Zarcas’ strategic location features uninterrupted views of the canton of San Carlos, the Juan Castro Blanco National Park, protected biological corridor enclosing the Natural Hot Springs, and the famous Arenal Volcano.
An area spanning 131.5 Hectares (325 Acres) of lush, tropical land with acquifer, Termales del Bosque comprises three delimited areas:
• Termales del Bosque Resort & Natural Spa (18 Hectares)
• Protected biological forest and Natural Hot Springs (55 Hectares)
• Residential and Wellness Development zone (57 Hectares)
THE ADVANTAGE OF INVESTING IN TERMALES DEL BOSQUE
Termales del Bosque
Detail of the Hotel Termales del Bosque
The Hotel has 60 rooms and 3 bungalows, both categories fully equipped, as well also 1 bar, 1 restaurant (Capacity of 130 people), reception area, 8 swimming pools of natural hot springs, parking area and auditorium-style meeting room with capacity for 50 people.
The sale of the hotel includes all the equipment of the rooms, as well as the furniture.
The property has its own drinking water, with a concession of Water duly registered with the Ministry of Environment and Energy, and with great potential to exploit commercially.
In the natural spa area, there is abundant amount of water, as well as a natural source of geothermal energy that allow the sprouting of hot springs that provide a high attractive potential to the property. According to a hydrogeological study in the Termales del Bosque field carried out between1998 and 2000 by the engineer Leone Rojas Castro, director of the Center for Underground Exploration, Projects, and Associated Services of the Costa Rican Institute of Electricity, revealed that the entire site corresponds to a regional aquifer that is associated with a deep fault where the water is in contact with a magmatic chamber.
The study reflects a high geothermal potential. In this sense, it is an aquifer whose sources have a large capacity of water supply.
in conclusion, it can be stated that it is viable for Termales del Forest increase water capture rate by 117% to currently available in proportion to the number of cracks that can be exposed on the site.
Investment Proposals & Prices
Price of the total property (Hotel Zone + Residential Zone + Natural Spa Zone)
The total extension of the hotel and its property correspond to 131.5 hectares, at a price
of only $14,000,000