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PEARL ISLAND

The largest private island development in the Pacific

Set in the Archipelago de las Perlas, this private island is set to become one of the first exclusive integrated ecological island residential resorts in the region.

70% of the island is retained as a natural reserve park, with a unique ecosystem, marine and bird sanctuary. It has a natural harbour, which is set to become one of the largest marinas in Central America.

Pearl Island is accessible by boat in 1 hour and by air in 20 minutes, and is approximately 40 nautical miles south of Panama City. The Project has a completed airstrip, with potential to expand to an international airport.

14

private sandy beaches

Panama

1,440 hectares

with a total seafront of 30km

Pearl Island, Panama

PROJECT OVERVIEW

A private island, approximating the size of St. Barths or Capri, with almost 30 km of coastline and 14 private beaches in the heart of an untouched archipelago of unique biodiversity, 40 nautical miles from the skyscrapers of Panama City.

With at least three luxury 5-star hotels, a marina, more than 1,000 luxury residential units and a private natural reserve comprising more than half of the island, Pearl Island is set to become one of the first exclusive integrated ecological island resorts in the region.

Set in the Archipelago de las Perlas, this private island is set to become one of the first exclusive integrated ecological island residential resorts in the region.

70% of the island is retained as a natural reserve park, with a unique ecosystem, marine and bird sanctuary. It has a natural harbour, which is set to become one of the largest marinas in Central America.

Pearl Island is accessible by boat in 1 hour and by air in 20 minutes, and is approximately 40 nautical miles south of Panama City. The Project has a completed airstrip, with potential to expand to an international airport.

Pearl Island, Panama