Red Frog Bungalows

808 Red Frog Beach, Isla Bastimentos, Bocas del Toro, 96779, Panama | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 808 Red Frog Beach, Isla Bastimentos, is near Volcan Baru National Park, Boquete Mountain Safari Tours, Sendero Los Quetzales (The Quetzales Trail), and Portobelo National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Isla Bastimentos

    Dolphins and Snorkelling

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on May 11, 2014

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    ... bay near a very small island covered in mangroves. The boat captain said that the coral was great but you wouldn't see as many fish so immediately I had low expectations and was sort of disappointed. That disappointment immediately changed once I got in the water as it completely blew my mind. The coral was like nothing I had ever seen before with so many different kinds and colours. Huge starfish, sea cucumbers and anemone were everywhere. The best part for me was the ...

    Bocas Del Toro - Take Two! Pt. 3

    A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Apr 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... a younger couple was getting dropped off on the dock. The girl was really nice and gave us some pointers as we had no idea what the hell we we're doing, and she had gone paddle boarding tons of times. It's pretty easy, although it can be quite a workout as you have to keep your balance and really use your core and upper body to move around. We all had a go on the boards, and Erich even managed to convince me to sit on his and go floating around (which was a ...

    Enjoying Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by unabearpark on Mar 01, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... very fresh- red snapper, bass and melt in the mouth tuna. From Puerto Viejo we crossed the border into Panama which was another interesting experience. We were advised there would be an exit tax which had to be paid by credit card, not cash. We've learnt to expect the unexpected but were still very surprised to learn there was no exit charge the day we left, no one had any idea why but we didn't argue! Crossing the border after exiting Costa Rica ...

    Panama

    A travel blog entry by weebles on Feb 18, 2014

    5 photos

    After moving over the border we traveled by sea taxi to the tropical islands of bocas del toro. We soon realised that unfortunately this was a bit of a downgrade from where we had just come from and much more expensive (oh well can't win them all) we therefore didn't stay long and headed off towards Panama City. First stop ...

    Slow Catamaran Ride

    A travel blog entry by washylee on Dec 29, 2013

    4 photos

    ... available. We then sailed some more and then finally reached our 2nd spot before 4 pm. This spot was full of fish and mostly schools of fish that travelled together. This spot was close to Bocas town so we made it back past 5pm. It started to rain so we thought it was best to grab a water taxi as soon as possible. Casa Verde didn't have a working cell so we went to a different spot to catch a water taxi. This tiny boat charged us $15 to ...