Bocas del Toro is over 20 million years old, made up of over 1000 beautiful islands and keys of all sizes separated from the mainland due to the sea level rise over the years. It is also home to 95% of the coral species found in the Caribbean Sea. Each island has its own biome, making it the perfect spot if you’re interested in learning more about marine life and ecosystems. Bocas del Toro is Panama's first Mission Blue Hope Spot, meaning that the area is focused on the rehabilitation and preservation of the marine ecosystem surrounding it. If you want to know more about the underwater world, it’s a very special destination.
If you’re looking for more activities that celebrate Panama's most pristine beach destinations and close tie to the ocean, the Blue Heritage Experience is where you’ll find them.