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Home » Casa Solution Announcements » Bocas del Toro Feature in the Daily Mail – From Calgary to Isla Cristobal: A Canadian Couple’s Island Escape in Panama

Bocas del Toro Feature in the Daily Mail – From Calgary to Isla Cristobal: A Canadian Couple’s Island Escape in Panama

Bocas del Toro is certainly getting a lot of attention these days.  Here’s a Daily Mail feature.  Discover the inspiring story of Mark and Bethany Sikora, a Canadian couple who made the bold decision to sell everything and embark on an incredible adventure in Panama. Tired of the frigid weather and high cost of living in Calgary, they traded it all for a remote island called Isla Cristobal in Panama’s Bocas Del Toro province. With a sustainable lifestyle, their own guest house on Airbnb, and breathtaking natural surroundings, their journey is a testament to the pursuit of happiness and the allure of island living. Join us as we dive into their story and explore their little piece of paradise.

Mark and Bethany Sikora ditched their city life in Canada for a remote island in Panama and they have no regrets more than one year on

An island paradise! Canadian couple reveal how they sold everything and moved to a remote outcrop in Panama – and now their $94 a night Airbnb is almost completely booked out

Excerpt: “A adventure-thirsty couple from Canada have told of how they ditched their city life for a remote island in Panama and they have no regrets more than one year on.  

Mark and Bethany Sikora were living in Calgary, Alberta, but sick of the sub-zero weather and increased cost of living, the duo started looking for an alternative place to put down roots. 

In January 2022, the Sikoras came across a TikTok about life in Panama and within three weeks they had sold or given away almost everything they owned in a bid to relocate to Central America. 

To get residency in Panama, expats can invest $200,000 in local real estate and Bethany, 30, told DailyMail.com that ‘we essentially sold our 1,000sqft bungalow in Canada for two acres of land with 10 structures on it.

 

Full Article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-12162409/We-sold-moved-Canada-remote-island-Panama.html