Beach Front, Caribbean Paradise in Panama.

Beach Front, Caribbean Paradise in Panama.




Oct 2008

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Caribbean paradise beach front house. Ideal for those who like to relax in a quiet environment in contact with nature. Not luxurios but very confortable located in superb spot. Listen to the waves with a beautiful sea lagoon protected by a reef. Plan your own adventures and visits to San Blas islands, the Panama Canal and rain forest. We suggest that you rent a vehicle. We coud suggest places to visit and could coordinate tours. These area is have small fisherman towns to visit, and depending on the time of the year you can departure from the house by boat, we have a kayak that comes with the house. Daily maid service could be arranged.


More about us

  1. We are a family of 4, Melinda had been involved in the educational field as teacher and consultant and management of international programs for the erradication of child labor, Carlos is a Real Estate brocker and consultant for the tourism industry. The two kids are going to college Carlos Jr in UK and Alejandro in Panama. We live in Panama city.

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Where is it?


You will listen to the sound of the waves with a spectacular view of the caribbean. There is a reef that makes like a huge ocean lagoon in front of the house, it is ideal for small kids to swim. The nearest town is about one kilometer thus a car is needed. You can go an visit of roads communities an in the way see the rain forest. Near by there is Isla Grande a place with small hotels and restaurants and the historical town of Nombre de Dios, you can also organize tours to see the indigenous communities of the Kuna Indians where they live the way they use to do it centuries ago in the San Blas Islands.

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