The Bocas del Toro Archipelago consists of rainforest-covered islands with white-sanded beaches and coral reefs. There are excellent opportunities for wildlife observation. Keep your eyes out for diverse animal species that make their home in the mangroves, islands and nearby mainland. From dolphins and tropical fish to the famous red frog the Archipelago is waiting for you to discover the wonders of this area. Visit local indigenous communities, learn about their culture and how they process delicious chocolate in the rainforest.
Rainforest, Islands & Indigenous Communities:
Bocas del Toro
Compared to the islands, the Bocas del Toro mainland is rather unexplored and adventurous, covered by lush deep rainforests. Get off the beaten track and visit the Naso Teribe community in the middle of the jungle or watch out for manatees in the mangrove reserve of San-San Pond Sak or learn about how bananas are grown and harvested. The Bocas del Toro mainland waits to be discovered by the more adventurous visitor looking to get off the beaten track!
Excursions in Bocas del Toro
Jungle Hiking in Bocas del Toro
Explore the raw jungle and hiking paths of Isla Solarte.
San San Pond Sak Manatee Tour
Early morning we’ll leave the island and start our 2-hour journey towards San San Pond Sak, a wetland lagoon area
Ziplining in Bastimentos Marine National Park
Enjoy an exciting zip line adventure through the rainforest to the ocean.
Oreba Chocolate Farm Tour + Indigenous Villa
Discover the wonders of the processing of cacao to chocolate!
Boat Tour Bastimentos Marine National Park - Dolphin Bay, Red Frog Beach and Coral Key
Look for dolphins, relax on beaches and snorkel coral reefs.
Find your hotel in Bocas del Toro
La Coralina Island House
Sitting on an entire bay and one of Bocas del Toro’s finest white sand beaches, La Coralina Island House offers the idyllic island