Bocas del Drago, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro Panama, Bocas del Toro, Bocas del Toro, 00000
Panama Cacao Plantation Bocas del Toro, Panama
Seller may consider financing options with a minimum of 40% downpayment.
This Bocas del Toro Panama Cacao Plantation also has a timberland reforestation area. This is not a government approved program providing the "Green Visa" program. However, the Seller does have an official reforestation plan from a private Environmental Consultant. This is a great opportunity for two streams of return on your investment. All around the world exotic tropical timberland rainforests are been cut down to make room for farm land bringing them increasingly closer to extinction. The prices for many of these exotic hardwood timberlands are rising as demand increases and their supply dwindles.
A Panamanian Cacao Plantation with reforestation area provides a perfect opportunity to produce income from your investment, help the environment, and simultaneously reducing rainforest losses. Reforestation involves planting new trees to replace the ones cut down for lumber. Rainforests are a natural habitat for wildlife, plants, climate preservation, air purification, and replenishing worldwide water resources. It is better for the environment to source lumber from sustainable reforestation projects and not from rain forests.
This is truly a green investment. This property has 15-year-old trees that were planted by the Seller. The varieties include: Roble, Cedro, Amarillo, Mayo Rojo, Caoba Africana, Santamaria, Caoba normal, Almendro, Nispero, and Criollo.These types of reforestation projects plants new trees, cultivates them, and trim them every few years. You can harvest these in 10 to 15 years for use of construction on the property, sell excess, and replant more trees in their place as you thin.
Also included are valuable new strains of cacao plants such as the Catie R6 and R96 strains. The Catie R6 is considered to be one of the highest producers and are resistance to many of the diseases and fungus such as Moniliasis. Total of new plantings and mature producing trees exceed 2,000 plants. Once the new trees begin to produce, your overall crop yield should exceed 2,000 lbs. of cacao per hectare.
This property offers 21 Hectares or 51 acres planted in over 4000 tropical hardwoods native to Panama plus your own cacao plantation for only $139,000. Titling application already submitted by Seller. Buyer will have the expense of finishing titling process or keep as an approved Rights of Possession.