Whether you are hoping to blaze a trail in an emerging area or just want to find your own piece of paradise with a slightly lower price tag, I recommend you keep an eye on these up and coming places in Panama.

BLUFF BEACH: HOT, HOT, HOT, With the road paved half way there and the other half in planning more folks are buying in this gorgeous beach area where only surfers used to go.

Large Titled Lot Close To Bluff Beach: Build to suit your dreams on this 1 acre titled lot at a great price.

Titled Turnkey Bed and Breakfast on Bluff Beach: Everything was done top of the line. This is all sitting on almost an acre of an oceanfront lot with mature beautiful grden landscaping and great views of Bluff Beach.

Coastal Home Steps From Bluff Beach Panama: A charming open home with large screened in decking for an outdoor feel inside, spacious bedrooms and a nice kitchen.


LOMA PARTIDA: this and other outlying islands are becoming more and more popular for those wishing to get away from the hustle and bustle and noise of Bocas Town.

3 Properties You Need to Check Out in Bocas del Toro’s Nature Getaway: Loma Partida


SHEPARD ISLAND: another beautiful island to get away from it all and only be 30 minutes from town.

That and the fact that you can now title ROP land is making these spots increase in popularity and price.

FOR SALE: Luxurious Resort Eco Villas, Ocean Front: Captivating Tropical Caribbean Island Boutique Eco-Resort with four beautiful furnished villas that each have incredible views and are designed for maximum rental revenue.


NORTH COAST ABOVE ALMIRANTE TOWARDS CHIRIQUI GRANDE: I have always though this area would boom because you can have both beach front and road frontage to the mainland. Now it is beginning to happen.

FORE SALE: 1/2 acre Titled Oceanfront lot in development near Almirante: This unique mainland property consist of 47 titled lots on rolling hills over looking majestic bays of the Caribbean Ocean with boat slips available to owners. Being on the mainland with easy access to its highways, municipal utilities and shopping makes life a joy in this Tropical paradise. The town of Bocas del Toro, on Isla Colon is a 25 min. boat ride.

In the 90’s Bocas was only home to back packers and surfers. That is until the airport was opened in 1996. Since then it has steadily risen in tourism, now sporting both the hostal seekers and high end users. In 1998 there were 3 hotels the most expensive being $70 per night and we did not think anyone would stay there. Lo and behold, now there are multiple low and high end hotels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, and even one all inclusive resort charging up to $1050 per night. Grocery store, restaurants, and other service business have sprung to fill the demand of the Expats moving down here to get away from high living costs in the US, Europe, Canada and South America. High living costs aren’t the only thing people are moving here to avoid. Ever encroaching government policies and taxes chase many folks away from their home grounds.