Bocas del Toro in Panama is a beautiful archipelago, located 32kms from the border of Costa Rica. This breathtaking location has indescribable and overwhelming natural beauty, offering tourists with uninhabited islets, lush tropical vegetation and varied fauna. The Parque Nacional Marino Isla Bastimentos, here is a prime attractions, which is Panama’s oldest marine park. The unspoiled beauty, intacted eco-system and well-preserved coral reefs, attract more visitors every year to this paradise.
The outdoor lovers will find a lot to keep themselves busy with varied activities like boating, scuba diving, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, canoeing, kayaking, surfing and lazing around the white sandy deserted beaches and coves. The people of this island are mainly indigenous tribes which has diverse and lively culture. Poison dart frogs, sloths, toucans, parrots and iguanas are few rare wildlife species here. Bocas del Toro is famous for World class surfing, which is done in the months between December and April. Sailing, kite-surfing, bird watching and turtle nesting are other popular attractions here.