Travel Blogs from Bocas Town
... where you might, after like 30 minutes see one dolphin fin, but NOOOOOO. The moment we got there we found a group of about 4 dolphins, playing jumping, goofing off. They were so close to the boat! Maybe 20 feet? Oh gosh it was incredible. After that we found another group of dolphins, maybe 6 or 7 that were the same way. These dolphins came within 6 feet of the boat it was absolutely incredible. I was so tempted to jump in and try to swim with ...
... 5pm. The following day we went diving, the visibility wasn't that great and it was the first time I was back in the water since I got the bends 1.5years ago so I was a little bit unsure at first but the second dive was a lot better which was around a sunk ferry boat, only about 12-14 metres deep. On our last day we hired a boat to take us across to the peninsular of the main land to do a tour of a chocolate farm called Green Acres, it ...
Next were taken to a small island called Zapatilla which had beautiful beaches, very reminiscent of the island and beach that Jack Sparrow is marooned on in Pirates of the Caribbean ha ha ha. We spend a couple of hours wandering the island, soaking up the glorious water, taking photos and thinking what it would be like to literally be marooned here - hmmmm beautiful place to be, but not to be stuck on!
All in all Bocas del Toro is one of ...
... day we ended up in a small marina crowded with yachts and we took the last boat of the day shuttling between there and the village of Bastimentos: we nearly got stuck at night in the middle of the jungle getting eaten alive by mosquitoes. Maybe it would have been worth it anyway, given the postcard places we've seen, but in the end we managed to get back in the hammocks of the Jaguar. The next day, Nina and I had to leave. But we didn’t.
One more day and then we ...
... got some more reading done, had a swim and turned a bit less pasty still.
For our last day we went out on an organised snorkelling trip, calling in to see some bottle-nosed dolphins in the wild, and one of the beaches in the marine park on the way. It was the dolphins that had swung it for us! They were great to see, but snorkelling around the reef together and seeing all kinds of differently shaped and startlingly colourful fish beneath the waves ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Hipocampo Bocas Town
Other places to stay in Bocas Town
3rd Street, Bocas Town | 3 star hotelfrom $71
Calle Primera, Bocas Town | 4 star hotelfrom $175
- Un lugar fantástico
- Great place
- The Hotel to Stay At in BOCAS DEL TORO!!!!
Calle 6, Bocas Town | Hotelfrom $52
Calle Primera y Calle 2a, Bocas Town | Hotelfrom $61
North Avenue, Bocas Town | Hotelfrom $74
1st Street, Bocas Town | Hotelfrom $64
Third Street, Bocas Town | Hotelfrom $82
Third Street, Bocas Town | 2 star hotelfrom $134
#2 Calle, Bocas Town | Hotelfrom $109
- Do yourself a favour and stir clear at all costs!!!
- Very Pleasant
- Tesoro en Bocas Isla
Calle 3, Bocas Town | Hotelfrom $88