A colorful town made of wooden houses built in the early 20th century.

Isla Colon is the largest and most developed island of the archipelago. It is home to the provincial capital of Bocas del Toro, a colorful town made of wooden houses built in the early 20th century. Isla Colon serves as a convenient hub for exploring the archipelago as water taxis can bring you away to remote beaches and magnificent snorkeling sites. The appeal of Bocas is basically slowing down and soaking up the Caribbean vibes. The island offers a friendly and laid back atmosphere which invites you to stay and feel at home. Even though the charming Isla Colon is in the middle of a major development boom, it still preserves its original Caribbean flair. Hotels, restaurants and condos are springing up around the island.

Gran Hotel Bahia
Hotel Bahia is located at the southern end of the third road in a majestic and very old wooden building. It was constructed in 1905 and is still standing, despite the destructive earthquakes from 1917 and 19...
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Hotel Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro hotel offers a unique blend of simple elegance and historical ambiance of Caribbean exotic wood craftsmanship with the sparkling sea beneath. Lodging at Hotel Bocas del Toro offers a superb ec...
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Hotel Palma Royale
A smile and warm welcome to the Hotel Palma Royale in Bocas del Toro, Panama. We have a great Main Street Location, 20 meters from the sea. Relax and enjoy a tropical and spacious feeling here with a host of...
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Playa Tortuga Hotel & Beach Resort
Playa Tortuga is a relaxing 5 star hotel designed to offer an excellent service in a casual environment. Located on the Atlantic shores, in a Caribbean ambiance of tropical golden sand beaches and crystallin...
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$153
Punta Caracol Acqua - Lodge
Punta Caracol was born out of the idea of creating an Acqua-Lodge in a totally virgin and natural environment. The idea is to offer guests a pure and intimate experience with nature in a place of singular be...
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