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Pedasi Real Estate

Pedasi, located within the Los Santos province of Panama, is situated right on beautiful beaches of the Pacific Ocean. And although this area has grown in popularity among tourists and property investors alike, Pedasi real estate remains very afforda...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Oct 19, 2011

Puerto Armuelles Chiriqui

The town of Puerto Armuelles, located on the western coast of Panama within the Chiriqui province provides some of the most remarkable scenery in this region. Literally a stone’s throw from the Costa Rican border, the Pacific facing locale of Puert...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Oct 19, 2011

Pedasi Iguana Reserve

Pedasi Iguana Reserve An area comprising of 52 hectares and located within the province of Los Santos, in Pedasi is that of Iguana Island, a wildlife refuge. The area was declared a wildlife refuge in 1981 by the Government of Panama, which serves as...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Sep 30, 2009

Pearl Islands get Floating Boutique Hotel

Pearl Islands get Floating Boutique Hotel November marks the date for the addition of a new boutique hotel to Panama’s impressive portfolio of resorts, hotels and accommodations. The hotel takes the form of a cruise ship, built in Germany and n...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Sep 28, 2009

Panama Becomes Home to Largest Aquaculture Farm in the World.

Panama Becomes Home to Largest Aquaculture Farm in the World. One of the largest operators of open sea aquaculture interests, Open Blue Sea Farms, has announced the planned acquisition of Pristine Oceans major assets, from which after consolidation t...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Sep 10, 2009

Discovering the Kuna People In Panama

Panama is a widely diverse and culturally significant country, together with a population that has been shaped by ancient and modern influences. One of the indigenous people of the region is that of the Kuna people, who enjoy protection within their...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Aug 25, 2009

Panama City’s Ancon Hill

A symbol of the capital, Panama City, Ancon Hill is not merely a well known landmark located in the middle of the metropolitan area but is actually a haven for wildlife, and a symbol of what once was a struggle for freedom between Panama and the Unit...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Aug 12, 2009

Nata, Panama – The Hidden Historical Gem

Nata, Panama – The Hidden Historical Gem Nata is located in the Cocle Province of Panama, and is situated on the InterAmerican Highway between two of the largest towns of the Cocle Province, namely that of Penonomé and Aguadulce, also located on t...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 31, 2009

Would you rather lease an apartment than stay in a hotel in Panama City?

Would you rather lease an apartment than stay in a hotel in Panama City? If you answered yes to the above question, then there are a wide range of choices for you to choose from. A lot of these exquisite executive luxury apartments have splendid pano...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jul 16, 2009

Bocas Del Toro El Toro Loco

El Toro Loco Sport Bar Toro Loco, formally known as Baumfalks, is a fun bar in Bocas Del Toro that has darts, free WiFi, flat-screen televisions all around the bar for non-stop sports coverage, free popcorn all day a great bar menu including burgers,...

Paitilla

Paitilla Suburb, Panama City One of the finest and most well developed suburbs in Panama City. The suburb of Paitilla has numerous and well developed infrastructure, whilst retaining the Panama charm and commitment to green areas and parks. The area...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Jun 29, 2009

Casco Viejo Panama

Panama Authorities stay true to the ‘Old Town’ Construction on a residential project in Panama’s Casco Viejo has been halted by authorities, whilst an investigation into the improper approval of the project is undertaken. The Direct...

Tropical Beauty

A look to the jump The Zumbón   In spite of its tourist potential, the jump The Zumbón, in Quema river, Tonosí’s district, has gone unnoticed in one of the basins with excellent water flow in Azuero.    There is two ways in order to arri...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on Apr 30, 2009

Panama tourism

Tourism extends to the Agricultural Sector The agricultural sector of Panama has realized the value of tourism and aim to claim a share of the valuable income generated from the tourism industry. The agricultural sector, which battles with low margin...

Punta Barco

Conveniently located close to the major beach resorts and facilities of Coronado, one has easy access to the beaches, equestrian club and the golf course. Punta Barco is an exclusive and very much up market area, offering the opportunity of being loc...

Coronado, Panama: The First Beach Town

Coronado is well renowned as the first beach town of Panama.  It is approximately 45 minutes from Panama City and is known as a great Central American vacation spot.   You can easily access Coronado by traveling along the InterAmerican Highway. ...

Volcan

The Chiriqui province of Panama hosts the quaint town of Volcan, which sits on the beautiful scenic highlands of this province. The town and surrounding areas are renowned for the fantastic coffee shops and farms, where coffee, fruits and flowers are...

Veracruz

Originally known as Camaron, the area was founded in 1934, and later renamed to Vercruz. Wildlife and beauty abound in this area, which has exquisite beaches that are extremely popular amongst locals and tourists over the holidays and weekends. The a...

Paitilla

One of the finest and most well developed suburbs in Panama City. The suburb of Paitilla has numerous and well developed infrastructure, whilst retaining the Panama charm and commitment to green areas and parks. The area is fully equipped with easy a...

Isla Colon

The northernmost island in Panama, Isla Colon is situated in the province of Bocas del Toro. The province’s capital, Colon, is situated here and boasts of having an international airport. This airport is the hub of Panama’s national carrier,..


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