Chagres and Fort San Lorenzo ==16th and 17th centuries: Discovery and fortification== In 1502, during his fourth and final Voyages of Christopher Columbus voyage, Christopher Columbus discovered the Chagres River. By 1534, the Monarchy of Spain had, following its conquest of Peru, established a rainy-season gold route over the isthmus of Panama Camino Real de...


Bocas del toro Is a province of Panama. Its area is 4,643.9 square kilometers, comprising the mainland and nine main islands. The province consists of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago, Bahía Almirante (Almirante Bay), Chiriquí Lagoon, and adjacent mainland. The capital is the city of Bocas del Toro (or Bocas Town) on Isla Colón (Colón Island). Other major cities or towns include Almirante and Changuinola. The province has...


  TABOGA Taboga Island also known as the «Island of Flowers», is a volcanic island in the Gulf of Panama. It is a tourist destination, about 20 km from Panama City, Panama. HISTORY The island was discovered in the 16th century and was originally named Isla de San Pedro by the Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa. Its current name derives from an Indian...


VIVEROS ISLAND Viveros Island is an exclusive hideaway set amist the Pearl Islands of Panama´s Pacific Ocean. Isla Viveros is a sprawling island with over 20 miles of coastline and countless beaches and coves to explore. The island is surrounded by pristine blue/green waters which are migrated by whales, sea turtles and many other forms...

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