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With its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and excellent water sport opportunities, Panama’s Bocas del Toro has everything you could want from a Caribbean holiday. Discovered by Christopher Columbus on his final voyage to the New World, the astounding beauty of the Bocas del Toro archipelago inspired him to name three of the islands after himself: Bahia de Almirante (Admiral’s Bay), Isla Cristobal (Christopher Island), and Isla Colon (Columbus Island), where Bocas town is today.

The town of Bocas is typically Caribbean, and is the main hub of the archipelago. The town is dotted with historic buildings painted in bright primary colours. There’s a great array of bars and restaurants to enjoy, many of which boast terraces that stretch out over the bay. From here you can relax with a plate of fresh fish or with a mixed cocktail, enjoying the view across the sea to the neighbouring islands.

Bocas town has a laid back, multicultural atmosphere, with plenty of Jamaican influence setting it apart from the rest of Latin America. It’s a favourite destination with expats too, and the yacht set tend to moor their ships here during hurricane season as the archipelago is outside the hurricane belt. While Spanish is the official language, English is widely spoken and understood.

Unlike other popular destinations in the Caribbean, there are very few large resorts in Bocas Del Toro. Instead you can expect to stay in cute eco-lodges, family run B&Bs, and small independent hotels. There are some wonderfully luxurious boutique hotels to choose from, as well as some rustic options. There are even some cheap hostels, if you want to travel the Caribbean on a budget.

Hotels in Bocas del Toro are ideal for exploring the archipelago, but are also great if you just want to chill out, relax, and soak in the relaxing atmosphere. When you’re not chilling out on the beaches or in the quirky bars, you can enjoy world class diving and surfing. Bocas del Toro is still fairly unknown as a diving destination, but there are plenty of treasures to discover on the sea bed. The same goes for surfing: there are plenty of excellent breaks off the Northeast side of the islands.