In Colon island, where Bocas del Toro town is located, there are a great diversity of attractions to see. The caribbean architecture is the first thing that the tourist notes and is part of our regional culture. Inland, Colon island has forests, rivers, creeks and the remainings of fauna and flora once very aboundant. The coast can be appreciated for the coral reefs, mangrove forests, beautiful rocky formations and many sea birds. In the opposite extreme of Bocas del Toro town is located Boca del Drago, the closest point to the main land, with several small beaches and shady walkways. Just in front, in the open sea, is Swan Key, a bird sanctuary where birdwatchers come to see the beautiful and rare tropic bird. In the way to Bocas del Drago, by car, in the middle of the island, is located a grout where hundreds of bats had made their home.
Closeby is Colonia Santena, a settlement of cattle ranchers from Los Santos province, and the Virgin Grout, of special significance for catholics. Taking the right road (the left road is the one that lead to Boca del Drago), leaving from Bocas town, you can reach one of the most beatiful beaches of the Archipelago, Bluff Beach, famous because of its golden sand, where marine turtles come to nest. Its waves are also an attraction for surfers. Talking about forests there are two zones of the island where it is possible to appreciate the flora and fauna of the island: Mimitimbi and Big Baight. There, it is usual to see sloths, monkeys, wild rabbits, snakes, iguanas and a great diversity of birds. To make any one of this tours, by land or sea, contact any of our tour operators.