Located in the community of Rio Zumbon, in Quebro county, Veraguasç, this property offers great variety of fertile plots and breathtaking views throughout is ample surface. This land is part of the 122 Basin, in the vicinity of Pavo River and have direct access to rivers and creeks. Its natural resources, extension and biodiversity are ideal for a forest reserve and development of eco-tourism projects.
Located only three and a half hours from La Mesa, Veraguas, the land has primary and secondary forests in 95% of its surface. Botanical species abound, such as cedars, local oaks, and espave, offering great potential for hydric and forest conservation.
Torio Vista, a reserve of 1458 hectares. There is some separation between a few of the large parcels, however that will not limit any development.
It is located on the Azuero Peninsula overlooking the ocean towns of Torio and Quebro in the community of Río Zumbón, municipality of Quebro, district of Mariato, in the province of Veraguas. GPS reference points: UTM NAD 27; North 831220.02 – 834714.13 and East 514578.23 – 518233.48. This strip of coast is known for its spectacular fishing, residential projects and beautiful beaches. Torio Vista represents one of the very few large swaths of land in this region that combines lush soil, numerous rivers and streams, and year-round green mountains and valleys.
Project beach lots below are marketed anywhere from $50 to $120USD per meter. Although Torio Vista is altogether in a unique category of real estate, the high quality surrounding area is a good indication of both future demand and infrastructure for the area. Torio Vista does offer amazing ocean views of the surrounding beach towns, however, its primary attributes are the quality of water and soil and minerals. Given various spring sources along with its rivers and streams, Torio Vista is cited as a valuable water source. Flora and fauna are found accordingly in both primary and secondary rain forest. In the surrounding area, natives pan gold from the rivers. The 1458 hectares that Torio Vista represents also make the property unique-rare in size.
The entrance of Torio Vista has a neighboring luxury home development. 12 kilometers of road takes one to an elevation of 600 meters which is both noticeably cooler and greener. A series of mountains and valleys spread out across the property to lift the spirit and remind its visitors of a more pristine environment that is becoming more and more uncommon outside of parks and reserves.
Torio Vista has much local support. The area is both very tourism and commercial friendly. Besides the international developments in the area, there are several predominant Panamanian families that hold large swaths of land used for agriculture. These locals are not only organized and industrious, but are also very warm and open. Bordering the region to the immediate south is one of Panama’s largest national parks.
In short, Torio Vista is a property with a special location for both international and large commercial influence filled with healthy, vibrant, natural resources.