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Its difficult to write this after our first visit over 2 years ago. This time I travelled with my girlfriend. By the time we left after only 2 days there, we left with the feeling that we cannot go back there. Sure we knew there...More
Spent two weeks traveling around Panama with my wife and two boys ages 17 and 15. We had a great time exploring the Panama Canal zone, Lago Gatun, the Boca Chica region, Boquete and Bocas del Toro, however we all enjoyed our stay at the...More
A wonderful place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. The food and staff were outstanding! The owner was not only the "Jungle Whisperer, but our friend, guide, teacher, and made you feel right at home. He has a lot of love in his...More
I am writing to share our favorite discovery on a recent (July 2012) trip to Panama.
If your idea of a tropical getaway entails all-you-can-eat buffet, satellite TV, sub-zero air conditioning and jet skis, now would be a good time to stop reading. However, if...More
Pacific Bay Resort was the perfect way to end our vacation in Panama. Imagine a secluded tropical location accessible only by 20 min boat ride, in the middle of a tamed jungle with three white sand, isolated beaches, with comfortable cabins and the friendliest staff...More
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Depends on where on property you are coming from of course. Maybe a 10 minute walk on the path to the beach from the central “road” through the resort. They are wide very nice paths. Not a tough walk at all. Just hot... More
Depends on where on property you are coming from of course. Maybe a 10 minute walk on the path to the beach from the central “road” through the resort. They are wide very nice paths. Not a tough walk at all. Just hot. “Jungly” on either side of the beautiful path. South beach is wonderful place for easy swimming, very little tide, super smooth nice bottom. Hammocks and benches back under palm trees. Imagine that owner Frank rides along all these paths in his golf cart, so they are NOT rough trails. Hills in some places sure, but very nice paths.
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"You need to walk to the eating area up and down some paths. BUT you can get a ride in the golf cart if you..."