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3 Activities to Enjoy When Staying at Hotels in Bocas Del Toro

December 6, 2017

When staying at hotels in Bocas Del Toro, there are many fun activities to take part in. As you plan your trip and your itinerary, take advantage of the area’s fun and exciting activities to make the most of your travels. The sights and scenery of this part of the world are breathtaking, and you can enjoy a variety of activities to take it all in. From water activities, such as surfing and scuba diving, to yoga and exploration, add some or all of these excursions to your Panamanian getaway!

Water Activities: Surfing, Snorkeling and Scuba Diving

Bocas Del Toro is surrounded with gorgeous crystal-clear waters. If you love to surf, then this is your surfing paradise. Surfers from across the world come to this location to catch waves in the beautiful waters. The peak season for surfing is in November through early spring, which is great for those who have cold winters. It is a great place to travel to get away and surf, with some of the best spots being on Red Frog Beach. Snorkeling is another popular activity and allows you to explore the sea life.  With the area being filled with natural coralife, you will love to see what the area has offers. For a more in-depth sea adventure, the area is also known for its great scuba diving. Whether it’s your first or fifth time, you will have an experience unlike no other in this Caribbean hot spot.

Yoga on the Beach

One of the best ways to begin or end your day is with a relaxing session of yoga on the beach. If you are a late riser, January and February have sunrises closer to the 7 a.m. hour. If you prefer earlier times, travel to the area in May and June. As the sun comes up and christens the horizon, you can have your own personal yoga session, or join a group to help you walk through a relaxing start to your day. .

Exploring the Island

There are many things to see when you travel to Bocas Del Toro. One popular spot is the Dolphin Bay Preserve. You will get to watch dolphins in their natural habitat. In addition, the area offers hiking, snorkeling, and more. The Bastimentos National Park is also a great stop on your itinerary. As Panama’s first marine park, it is a protected over 32,000 acres. As you explore through the park, you will see a variety of wildlife and sea life. Last, the Crawl Cay is also a great itinerary addition. This massive reef has a variety of coral heads, reel fish, and much more. See if this is the spot for you in Fodor’s Travel feature on Crawl Cay.

As you work on your itinerary for your trip to Bocas Del Toro, the Garden of Eden is your premier place to stay. Plus, with our 2017 price reduction, you can take advantage of great prices for the fall. Learn about the top reasons to stay at Panama Boutique Hotels this fall and call us at 507-6967-0187 or email us at to get started with your trip.