Pearl Islands, Panama
The Islas Cayonetas Grand Legacy Estate is an irreplaceable trio of pristine Pacific Islands, with an inherent once-in-a-lifetime level of exclusivity. The islands have already been distinguished as the flagship staging area for a trail-blazing transnational approach to a business model that emphasizes sustainability. Having been showcased at events hosted by the United Nations, UNESCO, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, and other esteemed institutions, these islands, which have been endorsed in their singular legacy potential by several heads of state, offer any buyer instant status as a global player on the world stage.
This Offer constitutes an unparalleled opportunity to purchase an exclusive Legacy Estate anchored by close to 1,800 acres of pristine property on three islands in Las Perlas (The Pearl) Archipelago. The Archipelago, a stunning natural spectacle of more than 200 islands amidst an opulence of tropical marine life, lies directly off Panama’s Pacific Coast and within 60 miles of Panama City. Collectively designated as Islas Cayonetas, this “microcosm” of Las Perlas consists of:
Isla Bayoneta: Seventh largest island in Las Perlas Archipelago, with 560 acres. Nine miles of coastline and 23 beaches, many of which are prominent turtle nesting grounds. Valuable reserves of tropical deciduous forest and mangrove. One hundred nine plant species and 44 bird species have been recorded on the island.
Isla Cañas: Fifth largest island in Las Perlas Archipelago, with 1,171 acres. Ten miles of coastline and 27 beaches. Vegetation includes tropical lowland moist forest. One hundred forty-four plant species and 56 bird species have been recorded on the island.
Isla La Caida (also known as Isla Resbalon): 17-acre island adjoining Isla Cañas.
This invitation constitutes a rare opportunity to become the owner of an incomparable global opportunity, at the heart of which lie three magnificent islands. Nearly 1,800 acres of tropical splendor off the Pacific Coast of Panama, the land is one of the few locations on Earth in which you can see the critical stages of the planet’s evolution. Additionally, the 50 beaches play host to nesting sea turtles, making these islands a nature lover’s paradise. This land is primed to become a hotbed for conservation and science, as the Galapagos Islands were years ago, and to directly influence a transformation of various distant parts of the Pacific Island region into a sustainable knowledge-economy. Such an opportunity cannot be duplicated.
- 1,800 acres
- Marketed as a development location for eco-tourism
- Never been developed. This is pristine land.
- 50 beaches
- 56 species of bird
- 144 plant species
- Some exotic and unique species of wildlife can be seen