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Beaches and Islands in Panama

From laid-back Caribbean Islands to world-class beach resorts, Panama is a beach and island lover’s paradise with more than a thousand islands…

Bocas del Toro

Where have 18 countries film their Survivor series? The answer is the exotic Bocas del Toro Archipelago off Panama’s Caribbean coast.

Bocas is one of Panama’s top tourist attractions. Where else can you can relax on glistening beaches with scarcely a soul in sight and hike through rainforests so nature rich that Lonely Planet Guide calls them “a biologists fantasy”?

Panama’s Riviera: Beaches Nearby Panama City

Panama’s Riviera has miles of sparkling uncrowded beaches, a variety of beach hotels and resorts, retirement and vacation communities, year-round designer golf courses, good surfing and proximity to the picturesque mountain town of El Valle de Anton.

Pearl Island’s

Just a 15 minute plane ride from Panama City lie the exotic Pearl Islands. You can still buy pearls today, but the major attraction of this archipelago are its picturesque aqua waters.

Pedasi and the Azuero Peninsula

The Azuero Peninsula with its white-sand beaches, soft rolling hills, world-class water sports is home to Panama’s most attractive small town- Pedasí­. A four-hour drive from Panama City, Pedasí­ is the home base for world-class surfing, diving, and sportfishing.

Portobelo & Isla Grande

Just 1.5 hours from Panama City lie the turquoise waters of the Caribbean coast with a variety of world-class attractions. The historic town of Portobelo is one of the most scenic spots in Panama.

San Blas Islands | Guna Yala

The San Blas islands and Guna Indians have been the subject of numerous National Geographic articles. Indeed, your experience will be right out of the pages of National Geographic.

Santa Catalina and Coiba Island

The San Blas islands and Guna Indians have been the subject of numerous National Geographic articles. Indeed, your experience will be right out of the pages of National Geographic.