R617000036+ Hectare Cacao Plantation with Unspoiled Rain Forest in Panama (Hope Well, Tierra Oscura, Bocas del Toro, Panama)
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Part of a cacao (chocolate) plantation that once encompassed appx. 150 hectares.
Cacao is a unique fruit tree in that it grows best under the rain forest canopy, meaning almost none of the canopy trees were ever removed from this property, so all of the wildlife stayed put. With the 12 fresh water springs that flow year-round, the wildlife that doesn't call the property home, visits frequently during the dry season. Situated on the Caribbean Sea and nestled on a small semi-private bay with close to 1000 meters of ocean frontage; the cacao, rain forest and accompanying wildlife can sometimes seem like a distraction!
Bocas del Toro is known as the Galapagos of the Caribbean, making this the perfect spot for a tourist destination and due to the springs, there is never a shortage of wildlife to be seen! This former cacao plantation is surrounded by islands in this tranquil archipelago in the Northwestern corner of Panama, just a few miles from Costa Rica. It is situated just 20 minutes by boat from Isla Colon and the Capital city of Bocas del Toro.
There is currently a small casita on the property where we stay when we visit. We intended to build an ecolodge here before my wife's mother became ill.
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