Welcome to Humming-bird Island
Property ID: R2509
Right of Possession (ROP)
Size: 900sq ft. (83m2)
Material: Local hardwood
Large Boat dock
Hummingbird Island is located inside a large bay on the southeastern tip of Popa island which is part of the archipelago of Bocas Del Toro in Panama.
Humming Bird Island
This small and unique island is the only island in the area. It is located inside a large bay which is part of Popa Island. The island is surrounded by a circle of mangroves protecting the island from waves and erosion, boasting a shallow tide fluctuation of only 10-15 inches. So it is fully protected from storms and swells.
A boat dock, large patio and a hardwood native ‘on the water house’ are already in place. The island has solid ground throughout providing a sturdy foundation for another small house/guest house taking advantage of the elevation. The existing native house could be used while building your own island paradise.
You will be at only a 40-minute boat ride to Bocas Town (airport, bank, super market, etc..) and 5 minutes to a small store for basic supplies, a gas station and a bar/ restaurant in Loma Partida village. Other expats live in the area.
Suited perfectly for a private home or as an investment, this is certainly a one in a lifetime opportunity. The area has become very popular with new buyers. A good reason to get in while prices are right. It's waiting for you!
Did you know this...
You can buy and own a Property in Panama just with your passport… no bank account needed. Panama law 54 grants foreign investors the same rights and freedoms as Panama natives. They are also granted the right to dispose of their investment profits and repatriate their interest, dividends, and profits.
Read the list of advantages investing in this country on “Why Panama” and "Offshore Advantage" pages on this website. Don’t wait too long…step in, it's waiting for you! Unique properties like these are more limited. Prices are also rising because Panama’s international profile is increasing.
Aerial view and pictures of the Island