Live The Dream
Win a Luxury Eco-Resort in beautiful Bocas Del Toro, Panama
Would you like to win a turn-key, eco-resort in one of the world’s most incredible locations? Imagine the idyllic lifestyle you could lead if you owned a slice of this beachfront paradise.
A Home, a Business and a New Life
The prize of our first ‘WinThis.Life’ competition is not just a stunning property in a breathtaking location, it’s also a $50,000 cash lump sum to ensure that the transition to your new life is smooth and hassle free. We arrange a generous handover period to ensure that you continue to build on the current owners’ success.
This Could be Yours for $10
Directly on the beach, surrounded by nature and with your own jetty reaching into the turquoise waters of the Caribbean sea, this really is living the dream - and it could be yours!!
Casa Cayuco on Trip Advisor
305 Reviews - 98% of which are ‘Excellent’
Trip Advisor Reviews: ‘Paradise on Earth’, ‘Unparalleled’,
‘Immediately book this place!’, ‘Paradise Found’.
About The Prize
Built to a very high standard by indigenous carpenters in 2005, Casa Cayuco is a luxurious eco-lodge, set on the edge of lush rainforest overlooking the Caribbean sea. Lavishly praised on Trip Advisor, this stunning boutique resort - consisting of a luxurious owners suite and a selection of wonderful cabins and lodges - is currently owned and run by an American couple and their loyal team.
Winning Casa Cayuco will be life-changing. More than just a property, the prize is a turnkey life. Everything from the resort’s website to the boats, snorkels and surfboards required to create magical memories for every guest (and for you!). The handover period will ensure you hit the ground running and let’s not forget the $50,000 lump sum.
100% of the shares in White Sands Lodge Punta Vieja INC, Panama,
consisting of all of the following Property and Business Assets:
● Casa Cayuco Eco Adventure Lodge, Punta Vieja, Isla Bastimentos,
Bocas del Toro, Panama covering nearly 2 acres including:
● Main Lodge
● 4 Stand alone Cabins
● 2 Lodge suites
● Luxury Owner’s Suite
● Dock/jetty with large thatch-covered area
● State of the art solar power generation system
● Backup generator
● Commercial Kitchen
● 100ft communications tower
● Laundry/storage building
● Maintenance building
● Water collection and storage system
● AB 24VST Oceanus 24 ft inflatable boat
● Sportcraft 24ft Deep V Hull fishing boat
● 23ft Panga boat - built in Panama
● Website, social media accounts
● Recreational equipment including surf boards, Kayaks, SUP boards, boogie boards, snorkelling equipment, spear fishing equipment
● $50,000 (USD)
● Comprehensive ‘handover’ period
About the Bocas Del Toro Province
Situated on the picturesque Caribbean coast of Panama, the Bocas Del Toro province consists of an island chain and a section of the mainland. Containing two national parks, one of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the unspoiled region borders Costa Rica and is home to 125,000 residents.
Located on Isla Bastimentos, Casa Cayuco is a 35 minute boat journey from the principal town of Bocas. Blessed with a tropical climate and dotted with the colourful clapboard housing synonymous with the Caribbean, the town’s relaxed vibe translates into friendly locals providing a warm welcome to the steady stream of tourists. Aside from the area’s natural beauty, visitors to the region are mainly attracted by; eco-tourism, scuba-diving, snorkelling, surfing, boating and fishing. There is of course the option to do nothing more than sit back with a cold drink and enjoy the view. You’ll never get bored!
Bordering Costa Rica to the North and Colombia to the South, Panama is a stable country with a free market economy, a currency tied to the US dollar and home to a sizeable community of international ex-pats. The country’s bustling, modern capital - Panama City - is a thriving commercial center whilst the less developed areas of the country boast stunning coastlines, vast rainforests and a host of wonderful wildlife.
Currency: USD is legal tender (locally known as Balboa - tied to USD 1:1)
Languages: Spanish (Official Language), English widely spoken, various indigenous languages
Climate: Tropical Maritime
Casa Cayuco can be accessed via two principal routes:
Via Panama City: International Flights to Tocumen International Airport (PTY), taxi to Albrook International Airport (PAC – Air Panama), short flight to Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro (BOC) and then a boat to Casa Cayuco
Via Costa Rica: International Flights to San Jose International (SJO), Costa Rica. Short flight with Nature Air to Bocas Del Toro (BOC) and then a boat to Casa Cayuco
There is also an overnight bus route from Panama City to Bocas which is then followed by a boat journey to Casa Cayuco.