Located on the west coast of Panama, Bocas del Toro is a group of exotic islands with pearl white sandy beaches and azure blue waters. It is a tranquil and peaceful tourist destination. Perfect for snorkeling, swimming or diving, or simply enjoying the beauty of nature, each island has a beautiful rainforest landscape.
Bocas del Toro has always been known as “Panama’s Treasure House”, and just diving here will help you understand why; the surrounding waters are full of competing fish, colorful corals and turtles, making it a great spot for snorkeling. Isla Cristobal and Cayos Zapatilla in Bocas del Drago, full of gorgeous coral reefs, and Hospital Point for the night Dive and you have the chance to see dolphins, turtles, stingrays and sharks.
Relax on a tropical beach
Isla Bastimentos has two beautiful beaches: Red Frog and Playa Larga. There is a local red frog that looks like a strawberry. It only lives in the woods by the beach. Red Frog Beach is also named after it. However, these frogs are small in size and poisonous, so be careful. In addition, swimming is not allowed on the beaches of Isla Bastimentos, since April to August is the season when turtles lay their eggs, and the sight of turtle eggs hatching can be said to be a spectacle!