Limonapa is a 1,000 acre teak farm that prides itself  on producing world-class teak while generating hundreds of jobs for the regional community and addressing climate change by sequestering over 24,000 tons of Co2 from tree growth over the next twenty years.

Located six miles from the Pacific Ocean in north west Nicaragua, Finca de Limonapa resides in one of the most fertile regions in the world. Surrounded by many volcanoes, the land consistently benefits from the volcanic rich nutrients that flow through the region.

Teak is a versatile valuable wood used for furniture, flooring and lumber. Whether it’s for home use or commercial, it’s very popular in many different types of construction.