Owner Financing: Bank Financing available on titled property
Province: Bocas Del Toro
Location: Bocas del Drago
Size Of Property: 4.7 Hectares or 11.7 Acres
Size Selection: Lot
Water Frontage: No waterfrontage. Near Bocas del Drago Beach.
Water Frontage Feet: N/A
Water Type: About 1.8 miles to the Bocas del Drago Beach.
Current Rental Income: N/A
Type Of Ownership: Titled
Type Of Property (Main): Residential
Type Of Property (Sub): Commercial
Improvements On The Property: 1 bed & 1 bath Cabana, storage shed, fenced
Road Access: Yes
Municipal Electric: Needs solar panel technology or a power generator.
Municipal Water: Needs raincathment.
Water Depth: N/A
Property with a Cabin located on the road to Drago Beach. Beautiful tropical landscaping with flat areas easy to develop into an eco-lodge/hotel and in close proximity to serenity of Drago and Starfish Beaches. A quiet area with a relaxing atmosphere. Lots of wildlife! Titled 1.87 Hectares or 4.7 Acres located on Christopher Columbusâ€™ Island in Bocas del Toro. Property features 100% flat areas for easy application of Caribbean architectural concepts and beautiful tropical landscaping. Located on Bocas Islaâ€™s north west and short distance to the breathtaking Bocas del Drago white sand beach and gorgeous natural fauna and flora scenery; approximately 20 minutes drive from Bocas Down Town on a natural green park surrounded road. The property is suitable for building a hotel or a great residential project taking advantage of lot size to apply. An updated titled property sales transfer; this property could be sub-divided on smaller titled lots. for more information about this property and other listings in Panama contact: Walter Kawano Thank you for dealing with BDTRSi Fianza 0804-01567-01 Licencia B R 0158 Office: 757-9401 Cel Phone: 6676-6780 email: email@example.com second email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bocasparadise.com Republic of Panama. and other interesting notes on Bocas del Toro from this source: http://news.sky.com/story/983814/the-100-species-closest-to-extinction The pygmy three-toed sloth, the ploughshare tortoise and Tarzan’s chameleon are among the 100 most threatened species on the planet, according to a new report. Conservationists fear the “unique and irreplaceable” animals, plants and fungi from 48 different countries will be allowed to die out because none provides humans with obvious benefits. For the first time, more than 8,000 scientists from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (ICUN) helped compile a list of the species closest to extinction. They are first in line to disappear completely if nothing is done to protect them – and their declines have mainly been caused by humans. But in almost all cases scientists believe their extinction can still be avoided if efforts are specifically focused. Action by conservationists can deliver results with many species such as Przewalski’s horse (Equus ferus) and humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) being saved from extinction. The report called Priceless or Worthless? was also released by the Zoological Society of London ZSL) and it hopes to push the conservation of ‘worthless’ creatures up the agenda. The pygmy three-toed sloth (Bradypus pygmaeus) is one of the animals facing a bleak future. Escudo Island, 17km off the coast of Panama, is the only place in the world where these tiny sloths are found. Report co-author Ellen Butcher of the ZSL said: “All the species listed are unique and irreplaceable. If they vanish, no amount of money can bring them back. “However, if we take immediate action we can give them a fighting chance for survival. “But this requires society to support the moral and ethical position that all species have an inherent right to exist.”