Crater Valley

Address: Calle Ranita de Oro, El Valle de Anton, Panama | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Ranita de Oro, 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

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    ... We never spent much time chilling on the beach, so we basically didnīt know what to do. We went snorkeling for a while and saw quite a lot of starfish that come and gather there to feed (thatīs where the name of the beach comes from). We didnīt touch any so as not to disturb them unlike other people :( We enjoyed a picnic lunch and later freshened up our burnt cheeks with a cold beer.

    We also observed a bunch of lobsters trying to escape from a homemade cage standing in ...

    Bocas Del Toro: 4 nights in the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... night’s, which sounded fine by me. There were 4 of us from the bus into Panama that were headed there, so we all shared a water taxi across from the main island to the hostel. It looked like a wooden fort you’d find in a play park, but on the sea; complete with swings, a trampoline, and small pools cut out into the slightly shabby looking wooden decking. Although, it was $1 beers for guests during their stay, which was fine by me. Sold. That first ...

    Shattered bucket list dreams

    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment

    ... the Leatherback! Especially given it's nearly the end of the season and my chances of seeing one while we are in Central America is pretty much zero! I don't think I'll ever forgive the Monitors or that Guide!  So, the elusive Leatherback remains unticked from my Bucket List and I had to share my sad experience with you. I do however, recommend Bocas for a visit, despite my tainted memories. There are many unique habitats, animals ...

    "Just one of those Jimmy Buffett Days"

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

    38 photos

    ... saw it twice! IT was about 4-5 feet long with razor sharp teeth. That was the fastest I have ever swam in my life. Not until later did I learn that they are actually not aggressive, and are scavengers, meaning they mostly eat scraps from animals, and they would never intentionally attack something as big as a human, especially not in crystal clear water like in San Blas. Few. But needless to say, I stayed out of the water from then on.
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    Seasickness and Caribbean Islands

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 19, 2014

    ... I have some pills to help me because Wayne only has enough for himself and even those are crumbly and as it turns out , out of date.after lunch Wayne and I snorkel to one of the iskands and take a walk around on our own. We are lucky to be aboe to experience such remoteness. It has been a really lovely sunny day and the colours so vibrant with no haze and cloud to dull them. While we snorkel and rest Manfred each day rests in the boat to catch up on sleep as does Petra as ...