Secluded two bedroom, one bath home on a beautiful 5,500 meter wooded parcel. Fully furnished and fully renovated to western standards. In a peaceful neighborhood of Paso Ancho, minutes from downtown Volcan where all the restaurants and stores are located.
Enjoy your morning coffee on the porch staring at the magnificent 11,400ft high Volcan Baru at your doorstep. Walk around the wooded 1.5 acre lot in privacy. Year round temperatures of 75 degrees make the town of Volcan an ideal retirement or vacation destination, with fewer crowds and more space than Boquete on the other side of the mountain.
Enjoy hiking, rafting or horseback riding in the neighboring mountains, visit local coffee farms and hot springs, or drive down to the Pacific Ocean beaches only one hour away.
Available for sale or long-term rental by owners.
Please contact Martin by email at:
for more information / to arrange for a viewing.
Sale price $199,000.
Long-term rental: $750/month, utilities included.
VOLCAN, will be your closest large town where you can buy groceries etc. and do banking. Here are some Answers to frequently asked questions
HOW MANY PEOPLE LIVE IN VOLCAN?
11,200 at the last census, of which about 300 are expats.
CAN I OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT?
Yes, you need original letters of recommendation from your home bank - but you can draw money from the ATM even if you do not have an account.
HOW MANY STORES DO YOU HAVE IN VOLCAN?
10 supermarkets, 3 hardware stores, three gas stations, two garden supply stores and over thirty places to eat.
CAN I BUY A GUN IN PANAMA?
Yes. It takes about 2 months and you do have to fill out some forms.
ARE THE LOCALS FRIENDLY TO FOREIGNERS?
Yes. The majority of locals believe that the American "Just Cause" invasion of Panama, liberated them. However, most locals think that all Americans are millionaires.
DOES THE EXPAT POPULATION MEET OR SOCIALIZE?
Yes. Every Friday morning most of the expats meet for breakfast at MANA'S RESTAURANT. We have ex pat musical "Pub Nights" every Saturday at the DEEP FOREST TAVERN.
In July 2015, the new CABALLO LOCO (mad Horse) saloon opened. There is music every weekend and here you can meet all your expat friends.
If you sing KARAOKE or play the guitar you are most welcome.
There are hiking, walking, quilting and motor bike clubs. There is an unspoken rule that we help "newbies" in any way we can.
WHERE CAN I GET MORE LOCAL INFORMATION?
There are many FREE articles about the history of Volcan area at:
CAN I GET A MAP OF VOLCAN?
Free maps are available for Volcan and most of Panama at: