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Finca Bellavista (pre-2020)

Finca Bellavista is a self-sustaining tree-house community in Costa Rica encompassing 600 acres (2.4 km2) of rainforest. It was founded in 2007.[1] The property is owned by Crested Beauty, S.A, which sells lots of between two and 5 acres (20,000 m2) to the general public, in which a stilt house or tree house may be built. Residents are required to purchase a biodigester [2] As of 2016, Finca Bellavista attracts 5,000 visitors a year[3]

Finca Bellavista (post-2020)

In March of 2020, the property management company ceased to operate and closed down basecamp and other communal properties within the community. Traditionally, residents/owners and guests of the community used basecamp to park and secure safe access across the river. Access to homes is now only accessible by crossing the river on foot.

The Fusion Home has always rented privately and given that we live at Finca Bellavista, not much changed for us. We are the only owners of a rental home that lives permanently at Finca Bellavista while other owners relied on the former property management company to rent and maintain their homes.  When the company closed, we offered to share our website with other private rental owners of the community for the purpose of providing relevant and up to date information as well as being a platform for bookings. Visitors wanting to visit Finca Bellavista can rent a selection of tree homes directly from the owner by either booking through this website or via Airbnb. 

Despite the community having no office, restaurant, onsite staff or services, it still offers an incredible unique experience. With that said, the jungle is not for everyone, please do your research before booking and please feel free to ask the community questions directly by joining the Fusion Forum. 


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