The Banana Inn

Bocas Town, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bocas Town

Panama: Bocas del Toro Delight!

A travel blog entry by markjezek


... located not more than 2 - 4 meters off the beach and could admire them through the crystal clear waters. Unfortunately not all tourist there (won’t mentioned nationalities) respected the marine life here, but instead picked them up, out of the water and took pictures with them as if they were cute flurry farm animals, even placing them on their heads (for what reason I don’t know). I couldn’t stand it and told them to stop touching the star fish and was ...

One More Day

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... e si respira una piacevole e rilassata atmosfera caraibica.
Bastimentos č il nome dell’isola che ci ha trattenuto molto pių a lungo del previsto, senza peraltro fare molta fatica nel convincerci. E’ una delle isole che formano l’arcipelago di Bocas del Toro, una delle destinazioni pių popolari di Panama sulla costa dei Caraibi, a due passi dal confine con il Costa Rica. Arrivare qui č stato un po’ pių complicato del previsto, e ci č costato ...

Bocas del Toro, Panama

A travel blog entry by scottandcorrina


... The next day we decided to hire a quad bike and explored Isla Colon and it's surf beaches as well as taking a trip out on the only road to the other side of town. Here we wandered along the coastline on amazing sandy beaches to starfish beach that did not disappoint as we were able to take a dip amongst them. A great last relaxing day in Bocas before our early morning departure too Panama ...

A laaaverly bunch a coconuts

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed


... drink along with a sense of adventure.

Back in town that night there was some kind of fun carnival thing happening in the streets with people dressed up in black and red costumes with different scary heads- one was like an octopus, another a vulture etc. We watched a bit from our balcony, had some dinner and an exotic imported Belgian beer we’d managed to find in Panama City (big cities aren’t all bad!) and went out to meet Ben and Lucie. ...

Panama: full of paradise and love

A travel blog entry by kiri-ana


... the starfish pool, which seems like it used to be an island but is now about a foot below water, and has loads of starfish in the surrounding reef.

And next was to one of Lonny's islands, Nalu Nega, which is a village island where we would stay for the night. We explored the island on our own and randomly ended up in Lonny's family part, which we weren't meant to go to until the morning, but they welcomed us in and showed us around. In the rest of the ...



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