Bocas del Toro is a 200 square mile archipelago located in the west of Panama bordering Costa Rica. Bocas offers incredible opportunities for bird watching, snorkeling, diving, fishing or just relaxing on deserted beaches. The locals seem more Caribbean than Central American and although many speak both Spanish and English, they prefer Guari-Guari, a unique language that blends English, Spanish, and Creole.
Bocas del Toro is is the home of many species of endangered birds, manatees, fresh water turtles and the indigenous poison dart frog which is only found in this area. On the archipelago visitors can explore luxurious rainforests with abundant fauna and flora, sunny islands, beaches that compete with the very best of the Caribbean, coral reefs in crystal clear water, mangrove islets in a lake-like scenery and much more.
Experience Bocas del Toro with its Caribbean flavor, vibrant nightlife and unique easygoing atmosphere!