Bocas del Toro Travel Guide

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You're Going to Love Bocas Del Toro

Situated on the breathtaking Isla Colon in the heart of the Bocas del Toro archipelago, Bocas del Toro is a lively town with modern comforts.

Travelers from around the world come to this town for its upbeat atmosphere. It also makes for a great launching point for expeditions all around the island.

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What to do in Bocas del Toro

When to Visit Bocas Del Toro

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The region sees heavy rains throughout the year, but October, January, and March are relatively dry.

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Where to Stay in Bocas Del Toro

Lots of cheap (and pricier) accommodation can be found in town. Budget accommodation includes Gran Kahuna Beach Hostel, while Punta Caracol Acqua Lodge offers luxury above-water bungalows.

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Shopping Streets

There isn't a whole lot of shopping in Bocas del Toro, but there are a few surf shops, such as Aguamala. Prices for consumer goods are a bit higher than elsewhere in Panama.

Groceries and Other

Super Gourmet grocery store is located near the beach. Local food is priced competitively compared to other places in Panama, but imported items can cost a bit more.

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$10.00
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$70.00
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Single public transport ticket
$0.60
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$3.00

Where to Eat in Bocas Del Toro

Travelers looking for local eats can dig in at Bongos Cafe, which serves up Caribbean specialties. La Ballena is a pricey restaurant serving pizza and European wine. Expect to pay around B/. 6 balboas for an quick meal and much more at an upscale establishment.