Isla de Coiba Vacation Packages
Isla de Coiba is situated approximately 190 miles (306 kilometers) southwest of Panama City, the country's capital.
Visiting just one town or city, no matter how popular, can only ever give you a narrow glimpse into the wider personality of a region. So schedule in some time to discover Panama's other natural and man-made attractions. Santa Catalina and Islas Secas are just two of the many other places worth checking out while you're in Panama.
A good way to develop an understanding for an area is by learning about its past. While in Panama, be sure to stop by the area's ruins.
Why don't you take the opportunity to relax and enjoy during gentle pastimes such as sunbathing and bird watching. Both activities are well-loved options for both visitors and locals alike. If you are after something a little different from seeing the sights, why not try the local watersports? Surfing and swimming are both available here.
To truly get to know the local customs, be sure to stop in at the region's restaurants and cafés. These are excellent places to get to know locals and try food that is commonly eaten here. Among the many elements frequently used in this area are rice and plantains. No journey through Panama is complete without experiencing the delights of tamales (corn dough rolls) or corvina (baked fish). Raspados (ice topped with sweet syrup), a good way to wrap up your meal. Balboa is a much-loved drink here. So find a bar, kick back and see what you think. Sample one of the more common beverages like resbaladera (chilled barley and rice drink).
When it's time to leave, say a fond Adiós (farewell) to the characters you have met and the landscapes you've seen.