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Playa Venao Casa Azul

Beautiful home located on the top surfing beach in Panama!
City: Playa Venao | Beach: Playa Venao
Bedrooms: 5 | Sleeps: 12 | Bathrooms: 4.5

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This home offers luxury accommodations with uncompromising service in a beautiful ocean side setting.  This amazing private home is located directly on the beach in Playa Venao, 20 minutes past the town of Pedasi and located on one of the best surfing beaches in all of Panama.

For relaxation, hear the sounds of birds chirping, surfs rolling, breezes rustling through palms with an occasional howl of a monkey in the distance.

For Adventure, the area offers world class fishing, surfing, diving and snorkeling.

This spectacular homes features:

  • 5 bedrooms (King, King, 2 twins with pull out trundles, 2 twins with pull out trundles, Twin)
  • 4.5 bathrooms
  • Private swimming pool 
  • WiFi Internet


Split ACs in every room, Washer and Dryer, Linens and Towels Provided


BR1: King with private bath (shower and tub)
BR2: 2 Twins with 2 twin trundles (4 mattresses), shared bathroom with BR3
BR3: 2 Twins with 2 twin trundles (4 mattresses)
BR4: King with private bath
BR5:  Twin with private bath (off the kitchen)


Wifi, SkyTV in Living Room, DVD (bring your own movies), private pool.  Please bring your AppleTV if you have one to enjoy more channels.


Fully-equipped Kitchen, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Microwave, Ice maker, Blender, Juicer, etc.

Outdoor Features:

Infinity pool directly on beach, Terrace, Gas Grill



Other Amenities:


2500+ square feet


Deep Sea Fishing:  Due to the proximity of the continental shelf, this area hosts some of the best deep-sea fishing in the world, just minutes away from Pedasi. <BR>  

Surfing:  The Pedasi area boasts some of the best surfing in Central America.  This beach has hosted international and national surf compeitions for some of the best surfers in the world.  But surfing isn't limited to the pros.  This beach is a great opportunity for all surfers - new to pro - to brush up on their skills.<br>

Whale Watching:From July through September, you will encounter Humpback Whales migrating from South America to the warmer waters of the tropics.  Further out to sea during the months of January to April pods of Orcas are sometimes spotted.<BR>

Isla (Island) Iguana:  Only 4 miles off the coast of Pedasi, or 20 minute boat ride, you will find Isla Iguana Wildlife Refuge, a 150 acre wildlife reserve.  Isla Iguana has crystal clear waters and a beautiful white sand beach.  In addition to swimming and snorkeling , the island is habitat to many types of crabs, black and green iguanas and red throated frigates.  It is a vital nesting ground for several species of frigates as well as sea turtles. Bring a picnic lunch and refreshments and have a relaxing morning or afternoon on this beautiful tropical paradise.<BR>

Diving and Snorkeling:  The area hosts some of the top scuba diving spots in Panama, including Isla Iguana National Park, a pristine white sand beach as well as a seagull and dolphin sanctuary. For the leisure snorkler, Achotines Bay provides 150 species of fish, and hosts the largest coral reef in the oriental mainland coast of the Americas.<BR>

Turtle Nesting:  During the months of September to November, thousands of turltles nest right in the area.  Some arrive directly to Playa Venao but the majority head to neighboring Isla Cañas.  The young of the hawksbill, green, loggerhead and sometimes leatherback turtles will hatch from the hundreds of laid eggs and their instinct will lead them to the sea.  Tours are available.  <BR>

International Tuna Commission Lab:  Nearby Achotines Bay is also home to the International Tuna Commission lab, which has the world's only aquarium with live tunas. It maintains a 1,000 acre natural forest reserve where it raises and studies Yellow Fin Tuna from embryos to maturing to 150 lb where they are released into the bay.

Reforestation and Native Species:  Headed by the Smithsonian Institute and the Yale University School of Forestry, the Azueros development has a privately-funded reforestation project with native plant species.  Learn about the dozens of hardwood plants that are endemic to the region, and the scientific methods used to replant them.

Carnivals and Festivals:  The Azuero Peninsula is the center of Panamanian folklore, including the national dress, the pollera, the national music, the cumbia, and many other traditions inherited from Spain.
During summer, visitors can enjoy the world famous carnivals in Pedasí and Las Tablas, where beauty queens battle for people's support, as hundreds of thousands watch and enjoy week-long festivities dancing on the streets.


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