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Panama's Number 1 Eco-Tourism Destination
Panama's Number 1 Eco-Tourism Destination

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How much do you really know about #IslaBastimentos #BocasdelToro? Find out here: http://ow.ly/n8IW306wS97
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Unas de las mejores formas de empezar su dia en #BocasdelToro #Panama - #Yoga
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Bambuda Lodge – #BocasdelToro #Panama

Another day, another serene swim. Bambuda Lodge is perched perfectly on the waterfront surrounded by lush rainforest hikes that are begging to be explored, and right off the dock you can get your snorkelling fix at the coral reef.
While the hostel’s connection with nature is unparalleled, it’s actually only five minutes from town, so you can still get stuck into the local nightlife.
Rainforest views and tropical gardens:

You won’t BELIEVE where these luxury pools are: http://ow.ly/p4Lb303kBWO via Daily Express
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Hoy Playa Bluff, Isla Colon, ‪#‎BocasdelToroPanama‬
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Bocas Town, Isla Colon, #BocasdelToro #Panama

📷 Ian Kenn:
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Isla Bastimentos y isla Solarte forman parte del archipelago de #BocasdelToro. El pueblo de Bastimentos, conocido como 'Old Bank', es el pueblo mas grande luego del 'Bocas Town' en el archipelago de Bocas. Aquí podrás encontrar hoteles, hostales, restaurantes, tour operadores y algunas de las mejores playas del archipelago bocatoreño. #TurismoPanamá
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The Bocas del Toro province extends from the mainland to the island chain. It has some of the largest rainforests in Central America with has 9 main islands, 52 cays, and thousands of islets. Bocas del Toro is also home to two national parks: La Amistad International Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; and Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park, Panama’s first marine park and a nesting ground for hawksbill and leatherback sea turtles.
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