Isla Boca Brava Exclusive Beach Front Properties, 2 of 4 Lots Available
Boca Brava Properties
Lot 2 - 1.94 hec / 4.79 acres
Summary of the Property
Five beachfront lots, each approximately 2.0Ha (20,000 sq. meters / 5.0 acres).
Located on the Pacific island of Boca Brava in the Chiriqui province of Panama.
The island can be reached by a 5 minute boat trip across the estuary from the town of Boca Chica, a small fishing village on the mainland. Water taxis operate frequently there taking tourists/guests and locals to and from the island.
The estuary is a sheltered and deep water channel suitable for boat mooring.
Boca Chica is approximately 1 hour from David, Panama´s second largest city, and approximately 6 1/2 hours from Panama City by car. Boca Chica can be reached by either flying from Panama City to David and then driving to Boca Chica or by driving directly from Panama City.
About Isla Boca Brava and Surrounding Area
The area surrounding Isla Boca Brava and the village of Boca Chica is quickly becoming a popular destination within Panama. Tourism activity is increasing very rapidly as more and more infrastructure is put in place. New restaurants, small hotels, fishing lodges and other facilities have recently opened in the area.
The island is located at the edge of the Chiriqui National Marine Park, which protects an area of over 14,000 hectares including two dozen islands and their surrounding waters. Boca Brava is 14 kilometers (8.7 miles) long and 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) wide with abundant wildlife such as monkeys and hundreds of different bird species.
From Isla Boca Brava you can explore this incredible area and enjoy:
Camping on Deserted Islands
For game fishermen, nearby Hannibal Bank is recognized as one of the world's best places to catch Black Marlin and Yellow fin Tuna. Blue Marlin, Pacific Sailfish and Dorado are also caught with regularity.
Isla Boca Brava is also a great jumping off point for divers heading to Coiba Island and other superb dive sites in the area. The Coiba National Park is made up of a series of uninhabited islands, with the most extensive coralline reefs to be found along the Pacific coast of Central America. The islands themselves are spectacular, covered with a heavy virgin forest and boasting incredible wildlife such as; turtles, lizards and 147 species of birds including Scarlet macaws. Visitors can also see howler monkeys, leatherback and hawksbill turtles and tiger-herons.
Existing Hotels and Resorts in the Area:
Cala Mia Boutique Hotel
Seagull Cove Lodge
Panama Big Game Fishing Lodge
Pacific Bay Resort
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