DOLPHIN´S BAY - CRAWL CAY - RED FROG BEACH - HOSPITAL POINT

The tour starts at the Bocas del Toro pier with a short boat ride to Laguna Bocatorito, surrounded by small mangroves that form a kind of raft that is home of several families of bottlenose dolphins, the probability to spot dolphins is about 95%. You will spend some time watching them jump and play around your boat. After seeing the dolphins, we will continue to Cayo Coral for the impressive coral formation and its rich marine life. In Cayo Coral have time for lunch. Then we will go to Red Frog Beach through Bastimentos Island, here we will have the opportunity to see the poisonous red frogs or relax on the beautiful white sand beach. After enjoying the beach we go to the last part of the tour: Punta Hospital, which is part of the history of colon.

Tour includes: Transportation, admission fees, snorkeling equipment, Spanish/English speaking guide, bottle of water.

Duration: 5 hours (approx.)

Days of Operation: Everyday

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DOLPHIN´S BAY - CRAWL CAY - ZAPATILLA CAY

The tour starts at the Bocas del Toro pier with a short boat ride to Laguna Bocatorito, surrounded by small mangroves that form a kind of raft that is home of several families of bottlenose dolphins, the probability to spot dolphins is about 95%. You will spend some time watching them jump and play around your boat. We will continue to Cayo Coral for the impressive coral formation and its rich marine life. In Cayo Coral have time for lunch. Then we will visit CayoZapatilla, one of the most impressive islands of the archipelago of Bocas del Toro, here you will find: uninhabited islands, white sand beaches, clear waters and exotic vegetation.

Tour includes: Transportation, admission fees, snorkeling equipment, Spanish/English speaking guide, bottle of water.

Duration: 5 hours (approx.)

Days of Operation: Everyday

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BIRD ISLAND - BOCA DEL DRAGO - STAR BEACH

The tour starts at the Bocas del Toro pier with a boat ride to Bird Island, beautiful island where we will observe a variety species of seabirds. After meeting some seabirds continue to Boca Del Drago, this is located on the other side of the Colón Island. Here enjoy a beautiful white sand beach, with turquoise color water. To end the tour will visit the starfish beach, a place to enjoy the snorkeling and admire many starfish in the clear Caribbean waters.

Tour includes: Transportation, admission fees, snorkeling equipment, Spanish/English speaking guide, bottle of water.

Duration: 5 hours (approx.)

Days of Operation: Everyday

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THE OREBA CHOCOLATE FARM

The Oreba Chocolate Farm in Bocas del Toro one of the highlights cacao cultivation and chocolate production becoming one of Panama’s most coveted exports, is completely run and managed by the indigenous Ngabe farmers in the community. The local tour local guides who are cacao farmers in the community describe and show the entire process of organic shade-grown cacao, explaining every step of the way including growing, harvesting, fermenting, drying and ultimately roasting and making chocolate. Also takes you through an adventurous hike that weaves in and out of jungle and cacao trees and because the tour takes place within the protected shade grown farms of the locals there are always many animals to see along the way. Being able to spot poison dart frogs, sloths, and toucans is not uncommon.

Tour includes: Transportation, admission fees, Spanish/English speaking guide, bottle of water and lunch.

Duration: 4 hours (approx.)

Days of Operation: Everyday

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THE NGOBE BUGLE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY & BATS CAVE

Visit to the Nivida Bat Cave in the Bahía Honda ranks as one of the most enjoyable, even spooky. After a 20-minute ride to Bahía Honda, visitors travel by motorized boat up a jungle-shrouded channel that provides excellent opportunities to see sloths hanging from tree branches and the occasional caiman silently resting in shallow water. Visitors walk and enter a subterranean river cave that is home to hundreds of tiny fruit bats. End with a visit to the Bahía Honda Ngobe-Buglé indigenous community for a typical. The community comprises 20 indigenous families living in homesteads around the bay, with a small “village” center located on the lee side of Bastimentos Island. The Ngobe-Buglé women demonstrate their process of weaving traditional bags, and have many on hand for sale.

Tour includes: Transportation, admission fees, Spanish/English speaking guide, bottle of water.

Duration: 4 hours (approx.)

Days of Operation: Everyday

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