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Panamas Pacific Coastline: an Ocean Lovers Wave of Adventure in Beach and Water Activities

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By : simon hurst    99 or more times read
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Panamas Pacific Coastline is rich with activities for resort-goers, water sport enthusiasts, explorers, scuba divers, sailors, boaters, fishermen and anyone who idolizes the heat of the sun, the roaring waves, white-sandy beaches and the cool ocean breeze. The Pacific Ocean is the worlds largest ocean and could easily cover the continents we live on today. The Oceans glory leaves Panama with islands to explore, coves to dive in and beautiful beaches where the hot Panamanian sand sifts through our toes as we race towards the sea. Living, traveling or vacationing in Panama anywhere on the Pacific Coastline is sure to be a treasured part of anyones life.

Investors in Panama and nations from all over the world are getting excited over AARPs recommendations for retiring in Panama and the positive reports on Panamas developments printed in the New York Times. The Baby-boomers who will be retiring soon (if not already) are an active and healthy generation. Real estate developers are becoming obsessed with the luxurious provisions and enticing water adventures that Pacific Coastal living in Panama can provide for these retirees.

The shores of Puerto Armuelles run only miles from Costa Rico. The ocean waters in this area are famed for its world-class fishing and they are a dream for professional anglers, scuba divers, and sailors. Scattered Vistas line the shores, but Puerto Armuelles has yet to be developed to its fullest potential and it is ripe for residential housing and tourist development. Significant business opportunities lie in not only real estate, but also in creating marinas, chartering fishing tours or creating a charted sailing tour along the Pacific Coast of Panama.

Miles from Puerto Armuelles running down the Pacific Coast lays the modern city of David, the capital of the province Chiriqui and one of the largest cities in Central Americas Panama. Despite its modernity and the presence of an international airport, David is a leisure city and life tends to run much slower pace than Panama City. Agricultural land, reasonably priced homes, and small-business ventures are at home in David and investments and real-estate property is ready and waiting. The city of David doesnt rest directly on the Pacific Coast, but it paves the way to the adventures in the Gulf of Chiriqui.

The Gulf of Chiriqui is home to the islands of National Geographic films. The famed Galapagos seals, Leatherback turtles, large iguanas, parrots and other exotic birds robust with color as well as the whales and dolphins out in the sea are found in and around the Archipelago of the Paridas. These Pacific Coast Islands are encompassed in the Gulf of Chiriqui National Marine Park for scientific exploration, education and for protecting endangered species.

In the Gulf of Chiriqui Valley of the Moon also sits the Island of Ladrones, nicknamed the Island of Thieves after a brutal looting of Magellans ship. The ocean waters around the Island of Ladrones are a scuba divers dream, brimming with unexplored underwater mountains and massive amounts of sea life. Whale watching from the Island brings charters of sea-faring tourists. Dedicated fishermen are almost guaranteed a hearty Pacific catch out in the Gulf of Chiriqus Cobia Island (Isla de Cobia). The Islas Secas are a privately owned group of islands that lavishes the vacations that island fantasies are made of. Resort style accommodations, unexplored tropical wilderness, water adventures in kayaking, scuba diving, surfing, beachcombing and artifact digging, as well as spas, massages, casual fine-dining and colorful tropical drinks, highlight this exclusive vacation area. Private islands still exist for investor development and the Gulf of Chiriqui is ripe for business opportunity.

Nearby, La Barqueta Beach is a popular Pacific Coast Beach for beachcombers and early morning surfers in Panama within the Gulf of Chiriqui that is around a half-hour drive from David. Although much of the character of La Barqueta Beach remains in the modest tropical houses of local fishermen and food fare, development in the area is evident with the ongoing construction of condominiums, small hotels and beachfront property. Los Olas is a newer resort at a convenient location and the nearby beaches are soothingly often deserted which allows for a reasonably priced peaceful vacation or getaway. Here you can jet ski, visit a coffee plantation, a deserted island or go horseback riding on the beach.

Following Panamas Pacific Coast southward, the peninsula of Azureros just out of Panamas isthmus provides centuries of history and culture within its hills, world-class surfing and sport fishing in its earnest Pacific waters. The Azureros is eagerly being developed and the potential is vast. Hollywood stars are grabbing for acres, tropical forests and sandy beaches are being dotted with exquisite vistas made by the finest of designers. Five-star resorts off the sands of Azureros are gaining international recognition that has often been held for the resorts on the wildly popular beaches of Panamas Playa Coronado.

Playa Coronado has long been a tourist attraction due to its close vicinity to Panama City. Real-estate development projects are continuously expanding and projects such as the 700 acre Vista Mar development, offer condominiums, first-class golfing, ocean-view homes and a world of amenities.

Across the waters from Playa Coronado are the legendary Islands of Pearl where pirates hid their treasures and oysters hide their pearls. The legendary pearls of Panamas Pearl Islands have made their way to European Royalty and Hollywood Stars. The La Peregrina pearl, an internationally recognized 31-carat 400 year old pearl was found on this Pacific Island and yet these 90 islands are largely left uninhibited. The calm surrounding Pacific waters are favored by snorkeling, sailors and of course fishermen.

Panamas Pacific Coast provides a wave of adventure for residents and vacationers. The international popularity of Panamas Pacific Coast is spreading fast. Real-estate developers and both small and large business investors and entrepreneurs are beginning to stake their claim in the future of Panamas beautiful Pacific Coast. Small coastal villas, rich stately Vistas, and towering Condominiums are multiplying on Panamas beaches and developers are successfully balancing the attraction of Panamas tropical nature with the attraction of business on the coast. Panama is surely the wave of the future for real-estate investments, tourism and vacation island dreams. Surfs up on Panamas Pacific Coast.
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