Contadora Hibiscus House is a delightful 5 bedroom/4 bathroom home for your vacation rental on the gorgeous island of Contadora, in the Pearl Island Archipelago, Panama.
Contadora Hibiscus House is located in a peaceful residential area, just a few minutes walk to nearby white sand beaches, calm bays of turquoise water filled with tropical fish.
The front and back decks of the Inn showcase a native tropical wooded area with luscious palm trees, indigenous flowers, and an abundance of bird life including hummingbirds, green parrots, pelicans, and magnificent frigata.
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Contadora Hibiscus House is a lovely home in which to fully enjoy your tropical vacation.
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- 5 bedroom/4 bathrooms: 2 rooms form a suite with a king bed in one room and a twin bed in the second room, and share a bathroom. 2 rooms have a king bed and the 3rd room has twin beds.
- Ceiling fans
- Hot and cold water
- Fully equipped kitchen, with regular stove & oven, microwave, large refrigerator with freezer, and all dishes and cutlery, pots and pans, toaster, and blender.
- Living area inside and outside. Inside has a TV and DVD for movies – no TV stations
- Large decks front and back of house with a BBQ to cook up your morning’s catch of fish
- 6 large gorgeous beaches, one of which is the only nudist beach in Panama
- 3 mini supermarkets that supply all the basic necessities, snacks, beers, wines & spirits, sunscreen, and toiletries. The selection is limited compared to the US supermarkets so if you want specialty items bring them with you.
- 6 restaurants
- 1 gas pump and with no waiting lines
- Recently resurfaced runways and roads
While the island is small and everything is in easy walking distance on your first day we provide a two-seater golf cart so you can pick up supplies from the store and find your way about.
The traveler sees what he sees.
The tourist sees what he has come to see.
- G.K. Chesterton
“What do you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
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