Vereda Tropical Hotel

Address: Taboga, Taboga Island, Panama | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Taboga, Taboga Island, is near Coiba Island National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Taboga Island

      Urban Jungle

      A travel blog entry by alisonoudman on Dec 25, 2014

      ... and instead sat on the outdoor veranda and enjoyed the view. It overlooked the Changes River and the huge rainforest. What a great place to enjoy a beer! Next trip was on an aerial tram. It's neat to get up amongst the trees and look for animals. The tram ended at a huge lookout tower that took you another 30m higher so you were above the tree tops. On the way up we saw a sloth!!! I was very excited! Unfortunately they really only do sleep so we just saw ...

      Today

      A travel blog entry by dansadventure on Nov 21, 2014

      38 photos

      ... now, so you'll just have to take my word for it!), and it's fundamentally life-changing! I wish I had done it 15 years ago, but I still have plenty of time to make it up! After spending a week in Utila getting my open water licence, I unfortunately had to say goodbye to the amazing tropical island paradise life and headed back into Guatemala. While there I caught up with other friends who were driving down through Central America. From Antigua we headed down into Él ...

      Monkeys and more

      A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 12, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... in what seems to be a re-purposed military truck and our tour guide gave our small group life jackets.  We headed out and under the bridge, right into the “Gaillard Cut” and the center of the Lake. We passed by several freight ships and saw the dredging ships, cranes and machinery being used for the expansion work. I saw how they had sectioned off parts of the waterway that had already ...

      Fifth Stop- Panama Canal

      A travel blog entry by dianawhitman27 on Jun 06, 2014

      7 photos

      ... on the sailing routes between the two oceans. Instead of having to go around South America, you could pretty much just cut that in half. It is a much shorter distance and you also can avoid the dangerous waters. It is about 81 km long. A typical pass through can take about 9 hours. It can fit smaller ships and also bigger ships. I am fascinated with big ships like cargo ships so it was the coolest thing ever to be able to ...

      Second Stop- Panamá Viejo

      A travel blog entry by dianawhitman27 on Jun 03, 2014

      4 photos

      ... a story. We stopped at San Jose's Golden Alter. Even if you weren't religious, you could stay here for hours just admiring it. That's how amazing it was. We stayed there for a little bit looking at everything. The architecture of everything was beautiful. Especially considering it was built so long ago. The last stop of our trip was the tower. I personally think that it was the best part of Panama Viejo. Once you got ...