Panama is the geographical point where North America meets South America and is widely known as the ‘Crossroads of the Americas’. The word ‘panama’ means ‘abundance of fish’ which is certainly true as the waters of Panama boast a whopping 800 species of marine life.
You can visit the Coiba National Marine Park to view a wide range of different fish species or to try a spot of snorkelling or scuba diving along the pacific coast. In Bocas Del Toro you can also snorkel around Panama’s various coral reefs, for the chance to see a vast array of beautiful tropical fish in their natural environment.
In Bocas Del Toro, there are also several hikes available through dense but beautiful rainforest, where you will end up on one of Panama’s many stunning beaches. Or if hiking and swimming isn’t your thing, why not have your personal miniature island for a day? The natives of the San Blas Islands allow tourists exclusive use of the islands for the day, for a fee.
Soak up the sun and enjoy the many tropical sights of Panama, the ‘Crossroads of the Americas’. With an abundance of wildlife and beautiful clear waters, this is the ideal holiday for enjoying the good weather.