Kayak Launching Los Buzos Panama
Mahi Mahi Los Buzos Fly Fishing
Cubera Snapper Los Buzos

Our Farm Rancho Los Buzos

Much of this land was under typical livestock use at the turn of the century – being burned regularly to optimize grass growth for a traditional cattle operation. At that time few of the native animals, including white-tail deer were present on this land. While some of the traditional use was maintained, much was allowed to re-grow typical native vegetation. The result has been a tremendous rebound of native species including an abundance of white-tail deer.

As a bridge between the typical grazing land and uncontrolled vegetation, parts of the land have been converted to a goat ranching operation. Goats, unlike cattle, do not require the burning of the lands – in fact they thrive on many of the nuisance species that local cattle ranchers are required to burn or poison – leaving an under-brushed landscape with a tree canopy that is a perfect match for casual tourists and home-owners.

Rancho Los Buzos will develop a standard for utilizing these types of lands with respect to local traditions and industries, the positive benefits of tourism, and the value to landowners of developing their property for sale.