Pristine Surf & Jungle Development
Teyuna Highlands consists of 308 Acres / 123 Hectares, of stunning ridge lines, wildlife and unparalleled, 180˚ ocean views, with its own natural water sources. Located on a stretch of coastline located right in front of three extremely playful surf breaks, 411, Indicator and Dinosaurs. For year around surf, this is the most consistent areas within 50 miles.
The first stage of development will be to permit and construct a road to access the farm. Less than 1/2 mile from Teyuna Highlands is Los Buzos, a fishing resort/marina with full city amenities (http://losbuzos.net/), so continuing the power from Los Buzos to the the Highlands shouldn’t cost too much time or money. Once the road access is in place, the options for Teyuna Highlands are virtually infinite.
Located in the middle of the Azuero Peninsula of Panama, just outside the quaint town of Cambutal, lies the new up and coming hot spot for surfers and deep sea fishermen alike. For just over a decade, gringos have been buying up all the beachfront surrounding areas of Cambutal. In that time, the town has gone from a sleepy little local town with a small fishing village, into a growing tourist and traveler destination. With a number of hotels, bed and breakfasts, house rentals, restaurants and even a yoga retreat (http://www.sansararesort.com), ex-pats have really begun laying down a solid infrastructure from which to build a solid, thriving community.
Cerro Hoyas National Park
Parque Nacional Cerro Hoya (Cerro Hoya National Park) is on the southern tip of the Azuero Peninsula in Panama. The area is full of jungle, teak farms, dramatic mountains falling into the ‘Tuna Coast’ of the Pacific Ocean. Jaguars, the endangered Green Macaw small white-tailed deer, and many other mammals and birds that would please mammal lovers and ornithologists alike.
One of the most fertile lands in Panama Tonosi is the perfect place to immerse in an authentic Panamanian experience. Tonosi is 30 minutes away from Cambutal.
Isla Cañas, Los Santos
Isla Cañas is the spot where people from around the globe are witness to one of mother’s nature greatest events: the arrival of marine turtles. Four unique species come every year bringing with them the gift of life buried in the sand. Isla Cañas is 45 minutes away from Cambutal.
Playa Venao is the go to place for surfers and party-seekers. Great nightlife and waves makes it one of the best spots in Panama for young travelers. It is one hour drive from Cambutal.
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