Adventure Honeymoon and Romancing PANAMÁ – BOCAS DEL TORO

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Experience Bocas del toro coast

Surrounded by the sea, Bocas Del Toro is probably the most famous tourist town in Panama after Panama City.
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Departure Location
Aeropuerto Internacional Marcos A. Gelabert Hangar 16-B
Return Location
Aeropuerto Internacional Marcos A. Gelabert Hangar 16-B
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Free Parking
  • Professionally guided tour
  • Unlimited bottled water
Price does not include
  • First Entrance fees
  • Tips to guide and driver
Additional Prices
Video Tour + Photography.: $$$

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 a population of 125,461 as of 2010.

Christopher Columbus and his crew first visited the area in 1502. Bocas del Toro borders the Caribbean Sea to the north, Limón Province of Costa Rica to the west, Chiriquí Province to the south, and Ngöbe-Buglé Comarca to the east. The Río Sixaola forms part of the border with Costa Rica. An old railroad bridge spans the river between Guabito and Sixaola, Costa Rica. The bridge is a border crossing used by tourists going between destinations in Bocas del Toro and Costa Rica.

The province contains two national parks, Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park and La Amistad International Park. The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute operates a research station on Colón Island just northwest of Bocas Town. There are many banana plantations in Bocas del Toro, often called the oro verde, or green gold of Central America.


Christopher Columbus explored the area in 1502 while searching for the passage to the Pacific Ocean. Columbus’s original name for the island was Isla del Drago. In colonial times, Bocas del Toro was part of Veraguas. It was originally part of Costa Rica until, in one of many territorial disputes, Colombia took control of it with armed forces. The then government made a reservation called Bocas del Toro in 1834. In 1850, Bocas del Toro became a part of Chiriqui, then was separated from it and became part of Colon. On November 16, 1903, Bocas del Toro was separated from Colon and became its own province. In 1941, Bocas del Toro was divided into two districts, Bocas del Toro and Crimamola. Four years later, it became part of the same division as before. In 1970, Bocas del Toro district became Changuinola, the district of Bastimentos was eliminated, and three new districts were added, making the province what it is today. The districts’ areas changed in 1997 when the Ngöbe-Buglé Comarca was created.

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R44 Helicopter departure

Round trip, if you need to hold the helicopter, the waiting time will be charged at $120 per each hour. The first wait hour has not charge, it will be free by courtesy of PANAMA HELICOPTER TOURS

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