The Bocas del Toro Archipelago Panama
The Bocas del Toro Archipelago is a group of islands located in the northwest part of Panama in the Laguna of Chirique. The archipelago is near the border with Costa Rica. It offers a perfect mixture of the Caribbean beauty with its nature and history with cultural traditions.
This archipelago also splits or separates the Almirante Bay and Laguna de Chiriqui from the Caribbean Sea. It is located in particular in the Bocas del Toro District of the Bocas del Toro Province. Its major city is the Bocas del Toro which is also called the Bocas town on the Colon Island. The islands are easily reached by water taxis and private boats.
The archipelago consists of nine islands, 52 keys and 200 small islets. Among these islands, the largest and the most developed is the Colon Island. The estimated population of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago is approximately 9000 people. There are plenty of hotels, restaurants, flairs for eco tourism and other adventures. It also boasts its white sand beaches its Caribbean side.
The island offers its locales and tourists loads of attractions, with good rain forests with lots of flora and fauna, white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, Indian villages and the national marine park. The national marine park is in charge or protecting the ecosystem and national resources within the boundaries of the Bocas del Toro archipelago. It also adds interest to visitors because of its Caribbean architecture, the local cuisine and dishes and their festivities.
The Panama’s weather is pretty warm while in Bocas del Toro, temperatures differ depending on the location or region. It has a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The archipelago experiences low humidity with light temperature nights.