As low-level bush pilots, we have traveled throughout Latin America from a unique vantage point. We founded a US public charity that combines aerial GIS mapping and on-the-ground problem solving of ecological hotspots and landscapes in transition. With offices based in Costa Rica, we purchased this property in 2003 and finished building in 2007. As conservationists, we chose this property for its unique connection between the mountains and the sea, which provides for an abundant amount of biodiversity in flora and fauna. We thought to incorporate the natural landscape into the architecture of the home so we could enjoy the wildlife and natural breezes provided. We left the forest virtually untouched. Instead of cutting down the trees to increase our already outstanding vista, we maintained the primary forest to attract and live within this realm. This experience is unparalleled – even in Costa Rica.
While we continue to work and travel throughout Latin America, we with our two young daughters, are now living in the US growing the business of our public charity We have the fortune of spending 2 months a year in this piece of paradise.