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Bocas del Toro, Panama
Bocas del Toro Islands are located right across the Costa Rican border in the Caribbean area of
Panama, about three hours south of the town of Puerto Viejo.
Feel your adrenaline rising up in your body, experience watching the jungle from the top of the
trees in the Crazy Monkey Canopy Ride, in the town of Cocles. Ride amongst the forest till you
get your feet on the golden sand beach. Here is where the jungle meets the ocean.
Doña Petronila and her hospitable family, descendants of the Bribri Tribe will greet you and
explain the history of cocoa and its process with a very old and artisanal method that indigenous
tribes used to use to produce chocolate.
The Caribbean coast is home to Barracuda, Tarpon, Tuna, Kingfish, Snook, Jack…and more! The
standard fishing tours take approximately 3 hours, but the length is negotiable. Fully equipped
boats are available.
Galloping along a palm tree lined beach, venturing through jungle trails, exploring abandoned
cocoa plantations… sounds intriguing? You can choose between trails, jungle, beach, cocoa
plantation or a combination.
Kekoldi Indigenous Reserve
The Kekoldi people were once part of the Bribri indigenous tribe, but formed their own,
separate group years ago. Today, they live at the base of the Talamanca Mountains, in a reserve
that is known for migrating birds of prey, green iguana protection efforts, medicinal herb
gardens and beautiful handmade crafts.
Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
The barrier reef stretches from the town of Puerto Viejo to the Panamanian boarder and offers
you more than 25 fixed dive locations ranging from shallow coral gardens to deep, fringing reefs
and vertical walls dropping .
This highly recommended tour offers a delightful introduction to the wonderful world of the
sloth. It includes a one-hour, guided, canoe ride through the bayous of the Estrella River Delta
where, if you watch carefully, you may see wild sloths as well as other inhabitants of the
The Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica is known for its world class surfing. The famous “Salsa Brava”
waves start just beyond the coral reef. Around the area of Puerto Viejo and Cocles there are
waves for all levels. If you are a beginner or intermediate surfer, both Black Beach and Cocles
Beach offer nice waves on safe sandy bottom beaches.
The Leatherback, the Hawksbill, the Green and occasionally the Loggerhead sea turtles make
their nest and lay their eggs on Gandoca-Manzanillo beaches. The giant Leatherback sea turtle is
the one that brings fame to these beaches. The nesting season runs from March – June.
The park includes among other attractions, the largest indoor nocturnal frog exhibit in the
world, butterfly garden, reptile vivarium, hummingbird garden, a fascinating tram ride through
the rainforest canopy, spectacular walking trails through the primary rainforest and a
magnificent waterfall; all surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views of La Amistad
White Water Rafting
From Puerto Viejo you can enjoy a one day tour to Pacuare river Pacuare is world famous for its
sheer beauty. A true river gorge, it is flanked by steep, green walls. Here you enjoy the feeling of
total isolation from urban life and the realness of being connected with nature.
Le Caméléon Hotel
Phone: (506) 2750-3096 | 2750-3103
Phone: (506) 2750 0501