Panama’s and Bocas Del Toro is the lost paradise

Panama's Bocas Del Toro is about 15km from the Costa Rican border of the Archipiélago.
One of  Bocas del Toro's great assets are the  six densely forested islands, scores of uninhabited islets and
Parque Nacional Marino Isla Bastimentos which is  Panama’s oldest marine park.
Bocas Del Toro still is not highly developed and still remains low key even though is is one of the    principal tourist attractions in Panama.
 Low-key development has maintained the charm of small-town Caribbean life and the absence of mega-hotels has preserved the
 archipelago’s idyllic beauty. Even the most developed of the islands, Isla Colón, possesses a strong local flavor
and appealingly slow way of life, while the oft-forgotten Isla Carenero is a lovely, peaceful haven.


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