B&B Hotel Cerrito

Address: Via Pizarro and Via Congresso, Taboga Island, 0832-2565, Panama | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Pizarro and Via Congresso, Taboga Island, is near Coiba Island National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Taboga Island

    Panama City and canal

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Jun 15, 2015

    11 photos

    ... a 2D 10 minute long film, which was basically a promotional video for how awesome the canal is. We were a little disappointed by this. We then got the bus back to Albrook, and a taxi back to the hostel (we still couldn't figure out that leg of the bus journey) for our bags. We headed back to Albrook for the fourth time that day, grabbed some dinner, and prepared ourselves for the next long bus ride to Bocas del Toro!


    Parque Nacional Soberania & The Panama Canal

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Apr 06, 2015

    28 photos

    ... divide. Around 13,000 vessels pass through the canal each year. The canal has three sets of double locks: Miraflores and Pedro Miguel Locks on the Pacific side and Gatún Locks on the Atlantic side. Between the locks, ships pass through a huge artificial lake, Lago Gatún, created by the Gatún Dam across the Río Chagres, and the Gaillard Cut, a 14km cut through the rock and shale. The passage of each ship releases a ...

    Seven Sleepy Sloths and a Panamanian Godzilla

    A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Mar 15, 2015

    11 photos

    The original plan called for a rainforest tour today but it was a lot more expensive than we expected and (after the Quetzal Trail, etc.) we were a little 'rainforested-out' if that's possible. So we went in the total opposite direction and visited a dry-forest (yes that's really a thing). We took a taxi from our hostel to the mouth of the Amador Causeway, which is a long breakwater constructed with earth excavated for the canal. It connects a couple of ...

    Canals, ceviche and chilling

    A travel blog entry by cazmar on Mar 05, 2015

    14 photos

    ... from the hot hot sun (it's around 31 C here). So on three separate occasions during my five day stay I visited here. I feel I also need to discuss here the pelicans! There are heaps of them here, which excited me (maybe I should become a bird watcher ?!) but also they are potentially the least graceful bird in the world!! They dive into the water making more splash than Peter Kay bellyflopping! On the way to Casco Viejo there is a ...

    Days 2, 3 & 4

    A travel blog entry by sloane.merdz on Jan 28, 2015

    11 photos

    ... semester ahead. Aside from official orientation business, I have spent some time in the pool, reading in hammocks, walking around the small town, playing/watching Mitch's flow toys, and cliff jumping (very, very small cliff I should add) at the local river. The river is absolutely beautiful with a mini waterfalls and cascading pools. There are so many flowers, trees and plants, and the water is so unbelievably clear.

    So far everything is S'GOOD