Hotel Los Capitanes Eco-resort

Address: P.O. Box 87-4381, El Valle de Anton, Panama | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on P.O. Box 87-4381, El Valle de Anton.
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      Travel Blogs from El Valle de Anton

      Panama - Bocas del Toro

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 29, 2014

      89 photos

      ... Toro.

      From the very beginning we knew that by far the best way how to get from Bocas del Toro to Boca del Drago would be by motorcycle. Unfortunately the motorbike rental was too pricey in Bocas del Toro, therefore we had to forget about it. Another option was to go by bicycle, however, many locals tried to discourage us because there was quite a significant distance between Bocas del Toro and Boca del Drago (around 16km), the route consisted of many steep uphills and ...

      "Bambaclart!"

      A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Sep 08, 2014

      30 photos

      ... a few moves. It wasn't all party party party, we managed to squeeze in a few daylight hours walking barefoot around the jungle interior or marsh fringes. Catching a few waves at Wizard Beach, dancing on Starfish Beach, canoodling on Zapatillas Beach. We snorkelled at Caulker Cove, home to some unusual looking coral, like a crazy art project and spotted dolphins and sloths from a boat we hired. Back on the main island of Colon, David, the ...

      Shattered bucket list dreams

      A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Jun 29, 2014

      1 comment

      ... Conservancy to Bluff Beach on Colon Island. The Sea Turtle Conservancy work together with the local community towards turtle monitoring, education, eco-tourism and conservation. They seem to take they're monitoring very seriously here - no cameras on the beach at all, no lights - not even if you have a red light, maximum group size 8 on the beach at one time, accompanied by a Guide at all times. When you arrive, the Guide gives you ...

      "Just one of those Jimmy Buffett Days"

      A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jun 28, 2014

      38 photos

      ... breakfast at the hotel, then we were off. We started at "starfish island" which was actually a sandbar.
      Im about to tangent again warning.
      So wow. I felt so incredibly connected to God it wasn't funny. There is something incredible about sitting with the water at your knees, arms stretched wide taking in the sun, and the only sound you can hear is the waves crashing against a near by reef. There is something magical about ...

      Seasickness and Caribbean Islands

      A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 19, 2014

      ... we met the chief and his wife, his 7th wife. He reportedly has 40 kids to them all. They were all successive wives but 3 died in childbirth and 3 divorced him. Island life is tough. He was in his 70s and she in her 50s. She wore traditional Cuna clothing of brightly coloured skirt and blouse with beads in her calves and arms. He had worked in Panama city in his youth for an American company so knew some English words, spoke Spanish and his Cuna language. He made efforts to talk ...