Laze on the sandy beaches of Panama

The undeveloped beaches and islands of Panama offer secluded bays, castaway coves and some time to relax and kick back with a cocktail during your Panama adventure. Try snorkelling the coral reefs, learn to cook a traditional Caribbean-fusion meal with a local family, or take a short flight for a real Robinson Crusoe adventure on a desert island.

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Bocas del Toro

Bocas del Toro offers the chance to get away from the city and relax on the white sandy beaches, soak up some sunshine and try the local delicacies. It’s also a great place to do some snorkelling or diving in the turquoise seas or visit castaway islands. Our In Style accommodation option offers private water bungalows on stilts, which even have glass panels on the floor for you to watch the marine life swim past – sure to be a highlight of your stay!

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San Blas Islands

The San Blas Islands offer a unique experience where you will stay in cabins which are owned and managed by the Kuna community. Not only do you get to stay on a tropical island paradise but you can feel good about it too as you’ll be supporting the local community and giving something back to the area you are enjoying.

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