(Midiario) In Panama there are amazing things and every passing day we are surprised the value of our country.
Today’s digital media tourism, ecology and economics reporting that the world’s most expensive island was in Panama and was the island of San Jose in the archipelago of Las Perlas.
The site “elmundo.es” highlights the sale of this island territory: “If you have on hand 217 million euros (311 million), no doubt, there is an island to suit where you can get lost if you want. This is the island of San Jose on the Pacific coast of Panama, a natural paradise of 44 square kilometers and 57 beaches with turquoise waters, tropical forests, waterfalls and rivers, safe from hurricanes, earthquakes and paparazzi. It is the world’s most expensive island for sale today. ”
This island belongs to the private company San Jose Island Tourism Development, the businessman George Novey De La Guardia, and their sale is in the hands of the estate Esslinger-Wooten-Maxwell (EWM), one of the largest in Florida, USA.
The executive responsible for selling, Jennifer Wolmann, explained: “We are looking for an individual buyer or a developer interested in a luxury resort, you appreciate nature and want to preserve much of the island in its natural state.”
Celebrity interested ¿?
Well, so far the developer has not given any name of a famous person concerned, but as the island is free of “paparazzi” who takes a very famous and want to buy it.
And it already has a history of this situation, as jet set news as Ricky Martin, Nicolas Cage, Beyonce, Shakira, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio or Mel Gibson are or have owned islands.
And the government?
Given that San Jose Island Tourist Development is the owner of this land, we consulted the ANAM, the Tourism Authority of Panama (ATP) and the National Land Administration (Anati), who claimed not to know about this sale. Moreover, Anati staff said that if the property owner intended to sell, had every right to do so according to Panamanian laws, but stressed that as a government entity had no action on this issue, as this is managed by the Land Office, which will come under its jurisdiction on 1 August.