Archipelago Bocas Del Toro, Panama

Tiki Bar, isla colon

 

 

 

Bocas Del Toro is one of the most popular Eco-Tourist destinations in Panama. The archipelago consist of 9 main islands,  52 cays,  thousands of islets and is considered to be one  of the most biologically diverse places on earth. Getting around the archipelago requires a boat or water taxi as there are no bridges to connect one island to another. Most on grid accommodations are located in one of three main islands.which are Isla Colon, Isla Bastimentos or Isla Carenero. These 3 islands also offer a variety of  entertainment, restaurants, nightclubs and retail stores.  Other off grid accommodations can be found on some of the more remote islands where there are pristine beaches that appeal to campers.

It goes without saying that the main attractions to this archipelago are the pristine natural environment, laid back relaxed lifestyle and a variety of water sports .Scuba diving, surfing, fishing, snorkeling and paddle boarding are the most popular activities .Another popular attraction for nature lovers is  Panama’s first national marine park, located on Isla Bastimentos,  visitors to this park will find mangroves, coral reefs, monkeys,caiman, crocodiles,  birds,  sea turtles  as well as a variety of plant species and forests. There are several ways to explore all the attractions  Bocas del Toro has to offer.. There are speedboat tours, sailing tours, catamaron tours, snorkeling tours, dolphin tours, monkey island tours, marine park tours, bat cave tours and water taxi’s. to name a few. So, it all depends on your personal preferences but either way you can’t help appreciating the natural environment  in this biological fantasy land.

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