We've been fortunate to get some Aerial photos of the Sierpe area and Sierpe del Pacifico. These photos do an exceptional job of showing off the pristine and undeveloped natural landscapes of the river, rainforest, and ocean surrounding Sierpe del Pacifico.
The mangrove maze of the Sierpe River
A boat exiting the Sierpe River mouth
Quaint town of Sierpe, Pacific Ocean in the distance
Sierpe del Pacifico property, owners' lodge in the center
Mangroves with Isla Violin and Pacific Ocean in the distance
Sunrise at the Sierpe del Pacifico owners' lodge
Revamped and Continually Updated Facebook Page
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SDP boat "La Carlita" at San Josecito Beach for some snorkeling
First Private Home Under Construction at SDP
Gordon and Robin Boltz of Baltimore, Maryland have started the construction of their private home on Sierpe del Pacifico's lot #16. We are all very excited for what will be the first of many beautiful private homes adorning the SDP property. The home will be 1200 sq. ft. in size with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. A unique feature of this home that is different from the owners' lodge and owners' cabin is the use of teak hardwood siding on the exterior. It makes for a very refined tropical look that fits in nicely with the surrounding environment!
Gordon and Robin plan on immediately spending 1-2 months a year at the home, but hope to eventually spend 6 months a year there once they retire. They plan on making the home available on the vacation rental market when they are not using it themselves.
SDP builder Marc Leroux is once again doing a superb job with the design and construction of this Sierpe del Pacfico home!
Fall Fishing Report
The SDP fishing boat "La Carlita" has not been out too much this fall, but when she does go out the wahoo and tuna have been coming into the boat with reckless abandon. Wahoo, in addition to providing great sport, are exceptional eating.
A good number of plus sized yellowfin tuna have been hitting the jigs and poppers as well. The rate of sushi consumption has been very high!