In the district of Macaracas, township of Llano de Piedra, community of Bombachito, we have 3 parcels of land, the same are located 15 minutes from Macaracas head, that is 15 kilometers away, 12 kilometers of asphalt and 3 kilometers of selected material, the same can be reached throughout the year. These properties have electricity and water service.
$7,000 X 55 (HA) = $385,000
2 of these plots of land are farms for livestock use, planted with improved pasture, with plenty of water, divided into 8 paddocks and have an area of approximately 93 hectares.
We also have a plot with approximately 12 thousand teak trees of 12 years old, in an area of 10 hectares of land, in the process of the corresponding forestry registration.
These properties with excellent access, with abundant water and its good location are suitable for any livestock project, since they are semi-dulated surface facilitates the same.
About the Province of Los Santos
Los Santos is a Panamanian province, located southeast of the Azuero Peninsula. Las Tablas is its capital and most populated locality. It is composed of the districts of Los Santos, Guararé, Las Tablas, Macaracas, Pedasí, Pocrí and Tonosí. With an area of 3,809.4 km² and a population of 95,540 inhabitants, it is bordered to the south and east by the Pacific Ocean, to the north by the Pacific Ocean and the province of Herrera, and to the west by the province of Veraguas, specifically by the district of Mariato.
The geographical framework is one of the elements that gives singularity and personality to Los Santos. From the geographical point of view, we can distinguish three large environmental areas, formed by the interaction of the different physical factors that affect the natural environment: the mountainous zone dominated by the Azuero sector of the Azuero and Canajagua mountain ranges, which separate Los Santos from Mariato; an intermediate zone of hills and river valleys, the most important being the Tonosí, Rico Valley and La Villa River, which separate the highlands of Azuero from the third zone, made up of the coastal plains and sedimentary basins.
Los Santos is located in the Arco Seco, the name given to the strip of land between the Gulf of Panama and the Central Mountain Range that includes areas of the provinces of Coclé, Herrera and Veraguas in the south of the Isthmus of Panama. It has a tropical savanna climate with moderate temperatures, strongly influenced by the winds from the Pacific Ocean that collide with the mountains, and by the Humboldt Current.
The average annual rainfall is 1200 mm, which allows the growth of dry and humid tropical forest. Its highest elevation is located at the peak of Cerro Hoya at 1,559 meters,6 other important peaks are Cerro Cambutal (1,400 meters) and Cerro Los Ñopos (1,068 meters).