Panama real estate is one of the healthiest and dynamic real estate
markets in the world. Panama real estate offers much more than the vibrant, bustling Panama City. In fact real estate in Panama Province is some of the most sought after in the country. Panama's great variety--ocean real estate with sweeping vistas on both coasts,
mountain property in lush tropical cloudforest and farms in the charming foothils--Panama real estate offers something for everyone. From luxury properties to cozy cabins, the interior provinces provide a wide variety of choices to both single
family home buyers and large scale investors.
Whether your interest is in development or investment land on the
Azuero Peninsula and Veraguas or the little boom town of Pedasi, Boca Chica's bequiling bahias of the "Lost Coast",
the lovely mountain homes of
Boquete in the Chiriqui
Highlands, the unique rural charm of Cocle and Chiriqui Province and its provincial capital of David or a hideaway on the Caribbean in
Bocas del Toro or Colon,
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Air Panama Jets are Landing at David Airport
All the buzz about David's Malek airport expansion and what it will mean to Chiriqui Province has folks in the travel, tourism and real estate industries here very excited. Today we witnessed the Air Panama jet doing "touch and goes" in and out of Malek airport...
Sam Taliaferro Passes Away
The Panama real estate industry has lost one of it's best. Sam had a vision for Chiriqui Province and through his efforts propelled our area forward...
Flights from Tocumen to David--Finally!!!
Any one who has ever flown into Tocumen (Panama's international airport) and made the connection to Albrook(Panama's domestic airport) knows the headache and expense this little connection involves...
David Airport Expansion Contract to be Awarded
This is very good news for Chiriqui as we have been awaiting the promised expansion of our airport with high hopes for travel and tourism in this province that already has so much to offer...
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One of the most appealing elements of Panama’s geography
is the wide variety of micro climates that can be experienced in a very
short time. Few places in the world offer a visitor the opportunity to
luxuriate in a bathing suit on a pristine beach one day and don a jacket
the next day to hike the slopes of a dormant volcano in a cool cloud
forest. Of the many attractions in the Republic of Panama, the province
of Chiriquí probably offers the most variety for the visitor in a manageable
Chiriquí occupies the northwest corner of Panama and shares a border
with Costa Rica. For outdoor enthusiasts, Chiriquí provides an
extraordinary variety of ways to take full advantage of nature’s bounty.
It is possible here to fish for record-size Blue Marlin one day and fly fish
for trout in a mountain stream the following day. There are several
rivers where the traveler can experience white water rafting comparable
to any in the world. And the mountains also offer the exhilaration of
a forest canopy zip line tour that would thrill even the most jaded
There is an excellent variety for the ocean lover in Chiriquí, too. The
Pacific shore at La Barqueta is a broad, dark sand beach where each
year Panama hosts its international surf contest. At the Pedregal River
estuary the tiny hamlet of Boca Chica is home to a number of upscale
resorts offering fishing and diving activities. Just across the mouth of
the river, on the island of Boca Brava secluded lodges and romantic
hideaways beckon even seasoned travelers with tropical allure
complete with the cacophony of tribes of howler monkeys in the
treetops. The calm waters of the Bahia de Charco Azul are protected
by the jutting Burica Peninsula shared by Costa Rica. Here at places like
Punta Piedra, you will find dramatic, rocky seaside landscapes interspersed
with quiet palm-lined beaches where yours are the only footprints in
For the avian enthusiast, Chiriquí offers opportunities for bird watching
that rival any in the world. More than a dozen hummingbird varieties
make their home here and countless variations of parrots. The harpy
eagle, national bird of Panama, soars through the canyons of the
Chiriquí highlands with majestic grace. The famous Los Quetzales trail
goes through the Baru Volcano National Park and connects the towns
of Cerro Punta and Boquete. This mountain rainforest is part of the
Talamanca Mountain Range, an interesting geological formation that
contains unique flora and fauna perfect to harbor highland species of
These absolutely beautiful forests have the highest peak in Panama,
the Baru Volcano 11,398 ft. The Quetzales Trail goes to at an altitude of
6000 ft, on a ridge with amazing views, and full of ancient trees, like oak,
cedar, magnolia and laurel or aguacatillo (Quetzals main food). Ferns and
mosses provide habitat for a great number of birds, such as
Buffy Tuftedcheek, Ruddy Treerunner, Spotted Barbtail, and
Spectacled Foliage-Gleaner. Heliconias and flowers attract a variety of
gorgeous hummingbirds such as White-throated Mountain-Gem,
Fiery-throated Hummingbird, Volcano Hummingbird, Magnificent
Hummingbird and Violet Sabrewing.
Chiriquí is also home to some of the world’s finest coffee plantations in
the world. The area surrounding Boquete has earned top cupping
honors in recent competitions and the highest price ever paid for
any beans in the world was lavished on one of Boquete’s boutique
growers. A tour of a coffee plantation is not to be missed when
visiting the highlands. Many different growers offer tours and
cupping sessions for visitors.
Finally, no description of Chiriquí would be complete without mentioning
the Chiricanos themselves. If you meet a person from Chiriquí he or
she is likely to tell you “Soy Chiricano” (I am Chiricano) rather than
“Soy Panamaño” (I am a Panamanian). Among these friendly and
industrious people there is great pride in their provincial heritage.
They will tell you proudly that Chiriquí is the breadbasket of Panama.
The farms and gardens of Cerro Punta produce the vast majority of
fresh vegetables consumed in the Republic of Panama.
Vast greenhouses yield everything from fresh greens and herbs to
long-stemmed roses to ornament the tables where those foods are
The city of David is a thriving commercial hub for the province boasting
modern shopping, theaters and dining for visitors and locals. A small
international airport serves as a regional hub and the Pedgregal Marina is
one of a only a handful outside of the capital city. Excellent roads connect
most points of interest and a reliable bus service runs to all points. In
short, Chiriquí Province offers a varied and exciting opportunity to
explore Panama’s rich natural and cultural attractions within a
convenient, accessible framework.
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