Bocas Paradise Hotel

Address: 1st Street, Bocas Town, Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, 00420, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1st Street, Bocas Town, is near Gatun Locks, Fort San Lorenzo, Isla Grande, and Panama Canal Railway.
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    Travel Blogs from Bocas Town

    Bocas del Toro

    A travel blog entry by buschlog on Jul 07, 2015

    16 photos

    ... open Caribbean converge. On the way back, we took the opportunity to snorkel on some reefs off Bastimentos. Yesterday, we split off from the group and headed toward the Bocas del Toro town plaza in search of a bus or a boat to somewhere nice. It didn't take long to find the local bus to Boca del Drago, which is on the far side of the island. The ride through tropical forest and pasture was pleasant, and it was fun to share ...

    Capybara Crossing and a Moron Meteorologist

    A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Mar 06, 2015

    17 photos

    ... in just pretending to know what's going on: we had FANTASTIC weather! The sun was up all day and we didn't have a drop of rain. The tour left from just a couple of doors down and our guide really knew what he was doing. Our little boat of ten headed to Dolphin Bay to see the...dolphins. Imaginatively named, eh? I'm all for dolphins and it was great watching them jump, but after the first half hour of people stumbling over themselves to take a video they'll never watch again to ...

    Bring on the Canal!

    A travel blog entry by oldgumby on Feb 04, 2015


    ... we get measured based on times that yachts that are going through now achieved. Steve has gone on another yacht to help out as a line handler and will rejoin us on Thursday afternoon or on Friday.

    Each yacht is required to have four line handlers and the Captain. If you don't have that many crew you have to hire one of the trained handlers who do it for a living. They charge $100 a day cash. You also have a Pilot on board to guide ...

    Panamá: The Quetzal, Canal and San Blas Islands

    A travel blog entry by paulandton on Jan 15, 2015

    2 comments, 94 photos

    ... islands where we anchored for the night. After another good night sleep we sailed out to the Holandeses group of islands also part of the San Blas for some more snorkeling, canoeing and beach walks just to confirm that yes we had arrived in paradise. Another great and relaxing day. Unfortunately we had to leave these islands and going to paradise comes at a cost! At the end of the day we headed out into the rough open sea to sail to Cartagena in Colombia. The first hours ...

    Colon: The "Other Side" of Panama

    A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... 8220;West Indian workers” (not even considered Panamanian citizens by law for generations), and housing outside the Zone for Panamanians not working for the canal. You can imagine the physical layouot...the nicest, closest housing (the CZ was a strip 5 miles wide on either side of the canal) was for the white Americans and each consecutive community got “browner” ...