Bocas Inn

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

    Snorkelling & Precipitation

    A travel blog entry by jonbw on Mar 05, 2010

    5 comments, 5 photos

    Left Gamboa for another early morning flight, this time to Bocas del Toro at the other end of the country on the Northern, Caribbean coast. The domestic terminal at Panama was the usual scenario of poor signage, confusion and dis-information; but hey, I'm getting used to that now! Landed at Boca and met by Hercelia, the manager of the Bocas Inn, …


    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jul 04, 2014

    4 photos

    ... a mix of people from different cultures, different styles. A man was there every day, selling skewers of beef and vegetables (best food I have had in a while), and there are parks to your left and right. Dogs are everywhere, as are cats. It felt like a home.
    So the first night, April and I went to the bus station Thursday night at around 6 to catch our bus at 7. We got on the bus, finally taking off around 7:30 and prepared for sleep. . By ...

    Central America's Phi Phi Islands

    A travel blog entry by wenna on Jun 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Del Toro. We had to have a good haggle as the guy tried to charge us $15 each when we knew it was only meant to be $10, but we got there in the end. It was then a $6 water taxi across to Isla Colon which took 30 minutes and we got to the hostel Casa Verde about 6.30pm as clocks go forward an hour. It's right on the water so a perfect location, initially the others wanted to check out the following day as the toilets were a bit dirty ...

    One More Day

    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Apr 11, 2014

    53 photos

    ... minivan filled to the limit and perhaps beyond, with the usual crazy driver who left the radio on for the entire five -hour trip; listening to reggaeton and salsa at full volume at four in the morning is not exactly our favorite pastime, but we survived till Almirante, a harbor from where the speedboats to the various islands leave. We chose Bastimentos because it’s perhaps less touristy and more interesting, and I'd say it was the best choice we could do.

    A laaaverly bunch a coconuts

    A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Jan 25, 2014

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... a good catch up with them sat on the veranda of a bar down on the water, plus, as half our group was continental, there seemed to be no issue with conversation being the main event and we only managed to get through a single G+T in about 2 hours. How civilised!

    Next morning we switched to a hostel to have some atmosphere in the evenings and then caught a water taxi over to Isla Bastamientos. From Old Bank town we walked over the spine of the island ...