Hiking and Waterfalls in Bocas del Toro

If you love walking through wild scenery, this is the perfect place for you: Bocas del Toro, in the Panamanian Caribbean. It has extensive natural areas where trails have been beaten to reveal hidden beaches, waterfalls, coves, cliffs, caves and lagoons to the adventurer, both in its mainland and in its large archipelago.

Bocas’ Trails

Bocas’ Trails

The Bocas archipelago features more than 20 trails spread around its three main islands: Isla Colón, Isla Carenero and Isla Bastimentos.

Explore Waterfalls

Explore Waterfalls

If you want to visit the most spectacular waterfalls in Panamá, follow the Naso community leaders through the Palo Seco Protected Forest.



The San San Pond Sak wetland is of international importance under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. It is home to manatees that you can visit and see up close from a special platform.

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