A quickly growing secret, the Western Caribbean Islands of Bocas Del Toro are attracting guests from all over the world. Visitors and long-term customers come from faraway places such as Norway, France, Spain and even New Zealand to make Red Frog Beach Marina & Rainforest Resort their home.
At the marina, seafarers receive a level of service not typically found in the emerging market of Central America. Its rustic beauty is complemented by a modern fuel dock, floating docks, laundry facilities as well as appealing dockage offers for long-term customers. With some new property upgrades, unique itineraries and economic feasibility, long-term stays are even more enjoyable. The marina is safely tucked within a hurricane-free zone of lush mangroves, naturally protecting its contents.
Panama has been steadily growing as its government introduced some aggressive incentives to lure retirees ten years ago. Since then, over 100,000 retirees have bought second homes in Panama with many boat owners now following suit. According to a recent WashingtonPost.com article, American retirees are flocking to Panama for its natural beauty and economic benefits. The archipelago of Bocas Del Toro in Panama is just 133 miles from the entrance of the Panama Canal, and only 10 minutes to the Bocas Town international airport.
Red Frog Beach is an island beachfront community that has an extraordinarily beautiful, protected deep marina that offers boaters affordable slip rates for lease or buying a 50ft slip for just under $85,000. The marina’s berthing capacity is for yachts up to 250 feet with an exceptionally deep draft of over 20 feet. This real estate development offers eco-friendly jungle lodges that include a marina slip from just under $250,000 to upscale homes with pools that include a slip from under $500,000 to just over $1,000,000. Owners of these properties can rent out the unit to the surging amount of tourists traveling to Panama.
Popular activities include endless hiking trails, a variety of tours and excursions, the nature preserve and of course, plenty of fishing and scuba diving. A water taxi to the eclectic Bocas Town is just a 10-minute ride, where grocery stores, waterfront restaurants, airport and some shopping await.
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