Bocas del Toro is a stunning chain of islands set off the Caribbean coast of Panama. The eponymous capital, also known as Bocas Town, is a quaint little hub offering easy access to the surrounding islands and islets of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago. A year-round destination, Bocas attracts travelers thanks to its pristine coastal landscapes, beautiful beaches, tropical forests, and fantastic diving and snorkeling opportunities. Explore the Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park by boat, popular for its protected mangrove forest, wildlife species such as monkeys, crocodiles, and sloths, as well as Playa Larga, an important nesting ground for endangered sea turtles. Surf away on the azure Caribbean, and enjoy downtime on the white sand beaches of Isla Colon near Bocas Town. With a stunning diversity of marine life in these waters, the region is also a fantastic, and relatively unknown as well as unspoiled divers paradise.
Pristine Landscapes & Beaches
Diving & Snorkeling
Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park
Turtle Nesting Grounds
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Tour Highlights: Spanish Colonial History, Museums and Contemporary Art, Saturday Markets, Vibrant Nightlife, Tortuguero National Park, Tropical...