Bocas del Toro is a group of islands and islets with 13.226 hectares of protected areas preserving ecosystems: beaches, coral reefs and mangroves.
Here you can enjoy spectacular pristine beaches and admire the beautiful coral reefs. Bocas del Toro is a paradise for divers and snorkelling lovers and is home to Isla Bastimentos Marine National Park.
The park is inhabited by manatees, more than 200 species of tropical fish and is also a very important place for sea turtle nesting.
The Red Frog beach, in Bastimentos Island, is one of Bocas del Toro most popular beaches, named after the reddish coloured poisonous frog who lives in the tropical forests near the beach.
Boca del Drago in Colón Island, is also a hot spot in Bocas del Toro. The area inhabited by armadillos, sloths, monkeys and iguanas and features golden sandy beaches with crystal clear waters.
The town of Bocas del Toro, in Colón Island, offers superb accommodation and is the perfect base from which to explore the islands and islets of the archipelago.