PROPERTY FOR SALE IN CERRO HOYA
Property for sale in Cerro Hoya. There are 342 hectares titled and 5 Hectares of possession rights in front of the beach with 400 linear meters of beach and ocean front.
This farm has several waterfalls, natural pools, fruit trees, rivers, flat areas used for cattle ranching, mountainous areas with sea views, wooded areas near the Cerro Hoya national park, most of the farm is fenced for cattle ranching and there are some trails inside from the farm to access the entire property.
There is a gravel road access from Cambutal, it is an hour and a half by 4x4 from Cambutal and 15 -30 minutes by boat from Cambutal depending on weather conditions.
It has a beach with waves in front and some rocky areas on the sides. It has many monkeys of all kinds, animals, wild panthers, wild pigs and rodents, guacamayas, parrots, parakeets, and all kinds of birds, snakes, more than 100 heads of cattle (not included in the sale), horses, etc.
The mountains have elevations of up to 300 feet high with panoramic views of the ocean looking south and Cerro Hoya behind to the north, apart from being able to enjoy the view of the wonderful stars at night because there is no light pollution from the cities.
The asking price is $1,700,000 for the titled area of 342 hectares, including the 5 hectares of the beach front in possession rights.
About Cerro Hoya:
The Cerro Hoya or Tres Cerros National Park is located in the southwestern end of the Azuero peninsula, on the Panamanian Pacific coast in the Sierra de Azuero, shared between the province of Los Santos (La Tronosa, Guánico, El Cortezo and Cambutal ), and the district of Mariato (Arenas and El Cacao).
The protected area comprises a coastal strip that runs from the mouth of the Ventana River to the mouth of the Restingue River, including the Restingue Islands and the continental shelf that surrounds them in its keys, mangroves, coral reefs, islets and coastal cliffs.
In the highest parts, the lower montane rain forest develops and, as one descends, the very humid lower montane forests, the premontane rain forests, the very humid premontane forests and already, in the coastal areas, the tropical humid forests are located.
It has more than 30 species of endemic plants. The most common forest species in the protected area are mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), espavé (Anarcadium excelsum), guayacán (Tabebuia guayacan), cuipo (Cavanillesia platanifolia), oak (Tabebuia rosea), hawthorn cedar (Bombacopsis quinatum), ceiba (Ceiba Pentandra) and pot-bellied (Pseudobombax septenatum).
More than 95 species of birds have been recorded, including the endangered scarlet macaw (Ara macao), the painted parakeet (Pyrrhura picta) from the southern region of Azuero, the huge king vulture (Sarcoramphus papa), the osprey (Pandion haliaetus) and the mangrove hawk (Buteogallus subtilis).
Among the mammals, along with important populations of white-tailed deer (Odoicoleus virginianus), ñeques (Dasyprocta punctata) and painted rabbits (Agouti paca), there is also the jaguar (Phantera onca) and the manigordo (Felisparalis). Its most common species of fauna are: the carato parakeet, the white-tailed deer and the fat mani.