Punta Viejo, Bastimentos, Bastimentos, Bocas del Toro, 00000
This 11 hectare (27 acres) coastal beachfront land is in 2 parcels, separated by a fresh water stream on the island of Bastimentos, near Old Point. It has a great view out to the ocean and of Pelican Cay to the right. The reef break out front provides good snorkeling in nice weather or spend the day beachcombing or exploring the jungle. In good weather, you can land a boat on the beach. The present owners, at times, were able to moor their boat on the inside of the reef. They brought all their materials in this way to build the 1000 square foot rancho that is there. This beachfront land would be perfect for an Eco resort or Surf Camp. Escape the rat race and enjoy nature on this incredible piece of paradise.
Bastimentos Island is an island with eponymous town, located in the Bocas del Toro District and archipelago of Bocas del Toro Province, Panama. The island is about 62 square kilometers, one of the largest in Panama.
The islands of Bocas Del Toro offer some of the world’s best surfing. With perpetually warm waters and swells typically ranging from three to twelve feet, conditions are truly ideal. Whether you’re a novice surfer just looking to get your feet wet or an expert adventurer ready to hang 10, our coral reefs and beach breaks promise a good time regardless of skill level. . Boat charters are available to help you find the very best waves, and our numerous surf shops will make sure you’re appropriately outfitted for the occasion.
The crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea attract snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts from all over. Discover a vibrant, underwater community of colorful coral, sponges, starfish, crabs and more. Anglers fish the fertile waters off Bocas Del Toro for snapper and tuna.
Watch the majestic marine turtles make the trek from their nests to the sea by night. If you’d rather observe creatures of the air, Bocas Del Toro is also home to an array of exotic birds. The red-billed tropic bird, brown pelican, sandpiper, egret, heron and king fisher commonly patrol the coast. Venturing into the jungle will reveal feathered friends like the toucan, parrot, dove, hawk and owl.
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