BOCAS DEL TORO
CENTRAL AMERICA'S LARGESTRAINFOREST
MOST POPULAR TRANSPORTWATER TAXIS
ISLA COLON NAMED AFTERCOLUMBUS (NAMED BY HIMSELF)
A chain of islands off the Caribbean coast, Bocas del Toro has certainly become a Panamanian hot spot in recent years. With its beaches, restaurants and vibrant night life, tourists experience a resort type vibe. Surfing, kayaking, sailing and swimming are among the top past times enjoyed on the beaches here.

For those who love to explore the outdoors, there’s plenty of that too. As much of the area is marked by rainforest, there is a ton of wildlife to see, not to mention hiking and ziplining adventures to be had. There’s even a massive bat cave on one of the islands.
  • STARFISH BEACH

    One of the more frequented, Starfish Beach is so named for what else, all of the starfish that reside on the ocean floor in this area. Gorgeous blue water and sandy shores are inviting for the surfer and sunbather alike.

  • ISLA BASTIMENTOS NATIONAL MARINE PARK

    The country’s first national marine park, here you can see numerus animal species, to include the endangered sea turtle. Throughout the park there are various protected nesting sites for the turtles. You may also spot sloths, monkeys and crocodiles here.

  • SOLARTE ISLAND

    One mile off the coast of Bocas del Toro, Solarte Island is home to a fishing community who go without electricity and adhere to old ways of life. Many come here for the excellent scuba and snorkeling experiences.

VEBO EXPERIENCES IN BOCAS DEL TORO