Island Property
in Bocas del Toro

This 12 acres (5+ Hect.) Island complex with luxury brand new home blended to unique jungle location, about 3 short miles from Bocas Del Toro town, with its international airport and shopping amenities. The property can be easily converted to quality Resort style business.

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Property has full Maritime concession and a Catastro Concession for Tourism registered business "Red Hill Yacht Charters" with all Environmental application work completed.
  • Two floors of total 4,800 sq. ft.
  • Six bedrooms, five bathrooms. Large gourmet kitchen /entertainment on top floor with wrap-around balcony with Jacuzzi
  • Large, covered terrace overlooking 180 degrees over the water
  • Complete one bedroom studio + three bdrooms on ground floor
  • Laundry room, office and storage room
  • Utility-battery room for solar 120/240V automatic system with 36 solar panels and 16 Rolls batteries
  • Four person Jacuzzi in enclosed gazebo overlooking the ocean




  • Two floors of total 4,800 sq. ft.
  • Separate one bedroom home for Complex Manager
  • Separate home for Grounds Gardener
  • Utility storage room with covered terrace on docks complex
  • 12,000 gal. Water storage structure on top of the hill
  • Emergency Generator Building with 21KW diesel generator



  • Large Floating Dock for several sailing boats on private Laguna
  • Floating tie for 18 Ft. boat and separate for jet-ski (2X)
  • 18 ft. fiberglass supply boat with 50HP four-stroke Yamaha outboard
  • New concrete ramp for trailer boat hauling
  • Entry dock site with concrete docks for five boats with Shade Cabana and shower
  • All buildings and amenities connected by lighted concrete footpaths


The Region

Bocas del Toro is a province of Panama. Its extension is 4,643.9 square kilometers comprising the mainland and nine main islands. The province consists of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago, Bahía Almirante (Almirante Bay), Laguna de Chiriquí (Chiriquí Lagoon), and adjacent mainland. The capital is the city of Bocas del Toro (Bocas Town) on Isla Colón (Colón Island). Other major cities or towns include Almirante, and Changuinola. The province has a total population of 121,959 people (2010).


The province contains two national parks: Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park and La Amistad International Park. The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute operates a research station on Colón Island just northwest of Bocas Town. There are many banana plantations in Bocas del Toro, often called the oro verde or green gold of Central America.

Source: Wikipedia

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Dr. Margarita Chow Kai Brown, Cellular: 507-6652-0214 Phone: 507-391-6979 Fax: 507-392-4784