Thanks to Ferry Xpress, getting to Bocas del Toro is comfortable and easy. The Visitor offers you a list of things to do in Bocas del Toro to help make the most of your stay.
Horseback Riding: Explore San Cristobal Island in a unique way. Panama Horseback Adventures offers different trips that will take you through jungle trails and shorelines. For more information visit BocasDelToro.travel.com.
Surfing: Bocas del Toro has some of the best waves in Panama. The only ‘surf camp’ in Bocas town is technically located over the sea and is only minutes to the center of the town. Learn more at BocasSurfSchool.com.
ATV tours: One of the most popular tours in Bocas is the All-Terrain vehicle (ATV) tour with the Flying Pirates. Visit their office on Main Street, Bocas Town, call Tel. 6689-5050 or visit FlyingPiratesBocas.com.
Diving: Bocas del Toro has one of the best preserved coral ecosystems in the Caribbean. Dive operators in Bocas bring their clients to more than 15 sites, and are constantly in the search for new places to admire the underwater creatures. Some dive operators include Bocas Water Sports, Starfleet Scuba, LaBuga Dive Shop, Bocas Dive Center and Dutch Pirate.
Zipline tours: Red Frog Beach on Bastimentos island offers tours daily at 10 a.m., 1 y 3:30 p.m. Seven different zip lines are available, some reaching heights of up to 250 feet. Contact Tel: (507) 834-7200 ext 535 or write: ZipLine@redfrogbeach.com.
Oreba Chocolate Tour: Learn about the origin of chocolate with a tour that includes a jungle walk and the chance to see wild animals. The tour can be booked in Bocas Town at the Hostel Heike or Casa Verde. Tours are generally conducted twice daily at 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Call Tel. 6411-5670.
Enjoy the pristine beaches: Once Ferry Xpress anchors in Bocas, you can ask one of the local boaters to take you to any of the beaches around Isla Colón such as Costa Azul Beach or Starfish Beach (Playa de las Estrellas) and on Bastimentos Island where Turtle Beach and Long Beach can be found.