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Bajo Mono enjoys its own micoclimate, following the annual weather patterns of Bocas del Toro rather than the rest of Chiriqui, this means a less distinct wet/dry season. The weather patterns mixed with 1500m altitude make for a cool spring like climate all year, and juicy greenery that never fades. The Volcanic soil keeps nature blooming and crops booming.


3 lots in a fertile valley of Volcanic Soil. Each lot is 7711 m2, road accessible, and only 15 minutes from the center of Boquete.

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Known to be the most fertile place in the country, the valleys around the Volcan Baru feed much of the state. Here you will find many green houses, rows of vegetables in fields, and a growing Organic movement. But there's more! The valley has been discovered by the residential market, and beautiful homes are popping up to take advantage of the idylic mountain environment. The area, which was quite remote only a few years ago, now has fiber optic internet!

The 3 lots are located where the road splits left for Alto Quiel, and right towards the Province's most famous hiking trails. The Pipeline Trail, the Lost Waterfall Trail, and Tatica Waterfall Trail are all well known locations to explore the cloud forest, but the trail that comes with the most clout is the 6 hour hike to Volcan via the backside of the Volcano, called the Quetzal Trail. The three lots have bus access, municipal power and community water. With flat farmable fields near the road, they slope up to forested no mans land, where the ridge becomes too steep to plant.


Mountain view

Proximity to national park

Volcanic soil

Cloud Forest View




Bajo Mono Boquete Farm Land

USD $385,550

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