Oceanfront  |  Mainland Boat Access Only  |  10 hectares (25 acres)  |  clear ROP held in a corporation

Tierra Oscura, Bocas del Toro

All paperwork in order       

Option A: 

$460,000 USD for the entire property (10 ha/25 acres)

Option B:

$199,000 USD for half ownership of the entire parcel with the present owner. No worries about maintenance or figuring things out on your own. Leave and come as you choose, anytime hassle-free.

Option C:

$120,000 USD for land-only with access to the bay on the west, includes the lookout hill and lots of flat buildable areas on 6 ha (15 acres)

 Infrastructure established  |   Operate as a Homestead or Resort or your own escape from the madness

  • Incredible view to a secluded bay with prevailing breezes
  • All equipment, buildings, and structures built new since Jan 2017
  • Solar field and battery/storage shed (6 sq m) 2017
  • Toolshed and covered workshop area 9m x 9.8m  (16’ x 32’)
  • 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom oceanfront casita with deck 6m x 7.3m (20’ x 24’)
  • 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom oceanfront casita with kitchen and deck 3.7m x 9.8m (12’ x 32’)
  • Outdoor kitchen and dining area 4.3m x 7.3m (27’ x 41’)
  • Dock 5m x 9.1m (100’ x 30’)
  • Gravel-sand base beach area complete with huge palm trees
  • 800 ft shoreline in the main bay, with 500 ft mangrove free
  • Access to property from bay to the west (potential severance or private owners/service access)
  • Wide 4.6m (15’) trails throughout the property including an 18m high (60’) lookout hill
  • 25 min to Almirante, 30 min to Bocas, 15 min to Dolphin Bay
  • Excellent WIFI and cellular data connection
  • Lighted dock area 
  • Plenty of room for building more oceanfront casitas, lookout platforms, yoga studio
  • Old cacao plantation, old-growth jungle areas, coconuts, bananas, papaya, mango, lime, lemon and orange, avocado, mora (blackberry), sour sap, starfruit, passion fruit, coffee, pineapple, and more planted
  • Excellent soil for growing 
  • Small nursery area and raised beds for vegetable growing with established pepper plants, herbs, yucca, squash, and much more
  • Sloths, howler monkeys, toucans, parrots, iguanas are on your everyday “National Geographic” live channel
  • A birder’s dream property with transition zones, hills, ocean, and lush jungle