Overview of The Panamenian Caribbean coast

The Caribbean coast is home to Bocas del Toro islands, Isla Zapatilla, The San Blas Islands and red frog beach! This coast is a little wetter than the Pacific coast, but the showers don't last too long. These idyllic beaches along The Caribbean coast are pristine, picture-perfect beaches with excellent snorkelling and diving to boot and definitely worth a visit!  

What to Do in The Panamenian Caribbean coast

Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro

These Caribbean gems are formed from 9 different islands off the Caribbean coast. This is perfect kick-back territory where you are almost forced to chill out. The sea life is stunning the surf is chilled and this is beach life incarnate and a top holiday destination. Starfish beach, Red Frog beach and Islas Zapatillas are just some of the astounding beaches on offer and why not visit the Smithsonian tropical research institute to find out more about the wildlife in the area. 

San Blas Islands
San Blas Islands

Picture perfect, pristine beaches abound, The San Blas islands offer some of the most idyllic beaches in the country as well as the world! The local Guna people are natives and in charge of the San Blas islands but are more than welcoming to visitors. Although facilities are on the basic end of the spectrum, the views and the beaches are literally perfect. Quite possibly the most idyllic digital detox you could ever hope to experience! 

Boca Chica
Boca Chica

This beach is on the bocas del Toro archipelago but is a lot more low key and perfect for those looking for a quieter more relaxed time. The area economy relies on fishing, agriculture, ranching and tourism. Life in Boca Chica revolves around water activities and the town is small with a few rustic hotels, restaurants and fishing charters. There is an abundance of wildlife and you will see many exotic birds including parrots and there are two tribes of Howler monkeys that will keep you entertained with their deep and loud howling. 

When To Go The Panamenian Caribbean coast