Beautiful Riverfront Land Bursting with Nature
Just a 5-minute walk from the peaceful, rural town of Valladolid is this 291.9m2 lot bordering a pristine river and full of lush nature and fruit trees!
There is a private beach area on the riverfront part of this property which is lovely for having fun or chilling on a huge boulder by the epic river! Right across the river is a beautiful waterfall that falls into the river too!
Amidst the lush flora and fauna this property boasts, there are flat areas where you can build a house or do other projects.
This property has a natural forest feel to it and has many fruits and vegetables already growing on it. The soil is very fertile. Existing crops include: Plantain, sour orange, sour lime, mandarin oranges, avocados, bananas, cassava, jicama, beans, root vegetables and other native vegetables!
There is no dry season in Valladolid so it maintains its green vibrancy year-round. It is a pleasant climate for being in the orient as it is not too hot or too cold, just slightly humid which is conducive for growing all sorts of crops year-round. Additionally, Valladolid is one of the closest tropical oases to Loja as the surrounding forests connect to national parks (like Podocarpus) and the Amazon Forest. This area is one of the hidden treasures of Ecuador!
This property is near the Yacuri National Park which offers hiking trails and other attractions like rare species of birds, mountain lakes, and more one-of-a-kind areas.
This is a wonderful little oasis, make it yours today!
Asking Price: $19,000
Location: Valladolid, Zamora-Chinchipe, Ecuador
Property Size: 291.9m2
Elevation (town): 1634.00m/5360.89ft
Distance to Vilcabamba: about 1 hour in car
Distance to Loja: about 2 hours in car
Distance to the Airport (Catamayo): about 2.5 hours in car
Average annual rainfall (Valladolid): 1247 mm (49.1 in.) *
*Much of Southern Ecuador experiences a rainy and a dry season. The dry season is approximately June through September, while the rainy season is approximately October through May. However, Valladolid's "dry" season is non-existant.