There is no road. There is no power. There is no cell reception. The hike in takes 1.5 to 2 hours and involves a bit of climbing. At about 2300 meters elevation, it's cold at night and warm in the day. There is a 1000' ridge shaped like a fish hook (the locals call it Roca Vida) that separates the land from the outside world on 3 sides, and a combination of river and jungle isolating the land from the other side. There is a spring that flows out of the cliff face that is drinkable without boiling or filtration. The river is cold enough that it could be used for trout farming. The land is hilly, but the nearest neighbors have successfully used similarly sloped land for farming. There are a few level sites for future cabins. Why am I posting about my land? Well, it's a bigger project than I can manage on my own. I need a few other people out there in this mountain valley just to keep the jungle from overgrowing the trail in. I would be willing to give away a little bit of land to a few select people. My vision for the place is to have a few people living there full time, and a few cabins for short term rentals for people that want to experience the lifestyle for a week or two at a time.