The Pearl Islands

The Pearl Islands are one of Panama’s most beautiful hidden gems that no one really talks about. Just a 1.5-hour ferry ride from Panama City is a beautiful archipelago of islands with white sand and clear, turquoise water. It’s quintessential paradise and a must in your things to do in Panama list. The main islands you can go to as a tourist are Contadora, Saboga, and Viveros. All of the islands are beautiful but the Balu Beach Club on Isla Viveros is pretty baller
You can arrive by ferry using Sea Las Perlas or Ferry Las Perlas or fly using Air Panama.

San Blas

San Blas is an archipelago of over 300 islands on Panama’s Caribbean side and home to Panama’s indigenous Guna people. The islands are pristine, undeveloped and one of those once in a lifetime places you have to experience. If you are looking for a more cultural experience where you can visit the actual communities and learn about their customs

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El Valle

El Valle de Anton is a small town located in a luscious green valley of an inactive volcano crater – it’s the largest inhabited crater in the world! But the volcano has sat dormant for thousands of years and now is a favorite getaway for Panamanians and visitors looking to hike and explore waterfalls. The proximity of El Valle from Panama City is one of its biggest perks, and you don’t even need a car to get there! You can take a bus from the Albrook Terminal for just $4.25 and be directly in the center of town in 2.5 hours, making it a great option for even just the day.

Bocas del Toro

Located on the northern Caribbean coast of Panama is the magical destination of Bocas del Toro. Extending from the mainland cloud forest mountains to the tropical island chains, Bocas del Toro is considered Panama’s top travel destination. The archipelago has 9 main islands, 52 cays, and thousands of islets. Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Panama’s first National Marine Park, Bocas del Toro has also become one of Panama’s most visited eco-tourism destinations. Considered the ‘Galapagos of the Caribbean’ Bocas del Toro is also one of the most biologically diverse places on earth. Make sure to tick these as one things to do in Panama.

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