Located in the Archipelago de las Perlas, Pearl Island is approximately 45 nautical miles south of Panama City. Thanks to Dolphin Capital Investors and Panamanian Grupo Eleta, the private island will be turned into “one of the first exclusive integrated ecological island residential resorts in the region”, while its natural harbor will be one of the largest marinas in Central America.
Boasting fourteen private sandy beaches, a lush tropical vegetation and crystal clear blue waters, the island has a development potential for about 1,100 residential units and lots for sale, at least 3 luxury hotels, several recreational and sport facilities, a marina with some 500 berths and retail facilities and even an international airport. Pearl Island is currently only accessible by boat, but an environmental permit for the airport has already been secured.
Over half of the island represents a natural reserve park and the investors intend to minimize human impact on the unique ecosystem as much as possible. Guests here will have the opportunity to go scuba diving, fishing, whale watching, hiking, biking and even horseback riding in the equestrian center that will be built on the island.