Beaches Just a Few Steps From Panama City

In Panama City, the horizon is drawn with islands and ships waiting to cross the Panama Canal. From here, on a short boat trip, you'll discover beaches of golden, black and white sand, crystal clear waters and destinations that will leave you renewed.

The city has ports on the Amador Causeway and Punta Pacifica that take you to the numerous islands of the Gulf of Panama. From these islands located in the Pacific Ocean, you can admire a modern and impressive skyline, one of the most impressive in Latin America.

Visit Taboga Island

Visit Taboga Island

If you’re looking for a plan of things to do with the family and spend the day or stay a night, we recommend visiting Taboga Island.


About 12.42 miles (20 km) from the city, enjoy this charming and colorful village. In its steep streets you can find hotels, rental houses, restaurants and much more.

On the beach, at low tide, walk along the sand channels that form between the island and the Peñon de El Morro or visit Playa Honda with the youngest of the family, so they can enjoy the games by the sand.

During the ferry trip to Taboga, keep your eyes open, you can see dolphins racing the boats. In addition, if you visit us between July and October, it'll be the perfect time to watch humpback whales.

Explore the Las Perlas Archipelago

Explore the Las Perlas Archipelago

The Las Perlas archipelago is a natural treasure unknown to many.


To visit it is to find yourself among 39 islands and 100 islets, all of which are a paradise of golden sand and crystal clear water.

Sail the Gulf of Panama

Sail the Gulf of Panama

In Panama City you can book all types of transportation that'll take you to the nearest islands.


Travel by ferry, the most economical and reliable way to reach the nearest islands, or book a private tour that suits your needs much better. And if you want to go to the farthest destinations of Las Perlas, book a charter flight to get to the heart of this paradise in a few minutes.

When you visit Panama City don't miss the experience of going by boat and fishing, looking for whales and dolphins, and having adventures on any of its islands. Walk small trails, snorkel, paddle board or kayak and explore the beaches of the Gulf of Panama among the sun, sand and sea.

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