Located on the northern Carribbean coast of Panama is the magical destination of Bocas del Toro.
The Bocas del Toro province extends from the mainland to the island chain. Bocas del Toro has some of the largest rainforests in Central America. The archipelago has 9 main islands, 52 cays, and thousands of islets. Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Panama's first National Marine Park, Bocas del Toro has become one of Panama’s top ecotourism destinations.
Considered the 'Galapagos of the Caribbean' Bocas del Toro is one of the most biologically diverse places on earth.
Bocas del Toro has just the right balance of development and raw natural beauty. For the perfect holiday, choose from luxurious resorts, jungle eco-lodges and private island resorts to beachfront surf hostels and island-style bed and breakfasts. Then, from your home-base you can go on sail around the island chain, zipline through the rain forest canopy, scuba dive in some of the most biologically diverse tropical coral reefs in the region, learn to surf in warm Caribbean waves, or take on many other adventures. You will be able to explore deserted palm lined beaches, coral reefs teeming with sea critters, swim with manatees, or even see one of the last remaining monarchies on the American continent.
It's impossible to see all of Bocas del Toro on one vacation