Boat rental in Panama:
Bordered by the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and rich in its 3,000 km of coastline and numerous archipelagos, Panama is an ideal destination to charter motorboat, sailboat or catamaran.
The presence of its canal, presents a multitude of interests: mixture between Indian and Hispanic culture, a colorful capital, exceptional archipelagos; Panama promises to keep you occupied throughout your stay by making you discover its most beautiful corners.
In Panama City, we have discovered a city of skyscrapers, a mix of modern and old architectural styles and will be surprised by the charm that emerges Casco Viejo, the old City. At the Panama Canal, you will notice the incessant movement of ships and their immense loads.
Charter a sailboat or motorboat in Panama you will also navigate to its many archipelagos. To the north, the archipelago of Bocas del Toro, the gulf of Mosquitos and the archipelago of Las San Blas, and then the Gulf of Panama and that of Chiriqui.
The archipelago of Bocas del Toro, located outside the North West and composed of several islands, the main one of which is Isla Colon, is characterized by its expanses of panoramic beaches with white sand. On Bastimentos Island, you will discover a marine park of 13,000 hectares, and you will dive into beautiful coral reefs to meet giant turtles or exotic fishes.
Further south, the Gulf of Los Mosquitos is known for the many endemic species that have been reported by its main island, the Escudo de Veraguas. A virgin island isolated from mass tourism, L'Escudo de Veraguas offers you an intense experience with unique species, such as the Pygmy Sloth of Three Fingers, in a perfectly transparent and turquoise water.
On the north-east coast, the San Blas Archipelago is divided among 365 coral islands, 60 of which are inhabited and mainly by the Guna Indians. Your boat will take you to the inhabited islands where you will discover a society that lives especially hunting and fishing, meeting traditions, rites and customs. In all the islands, you will find bamboo huts, pure white sand beaches, water. As many landscapes as activities to do: scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, meeting peoples.
On the Pacific Ocean side, the Gulf of Panama is divided between Panama Bay, the Gulf of San Miguel, the Gulf of Parita and the Archipelago of Las Perlas.
The Panama Bay is full of many white or black sand beaches that differ from each other in their specificity and their virginity. At Taboga island, volcanic island, you will be surprised by the abundant presence of flowers, which earned him the nickname of "the island of flowers".
The Gulf of San Miguel, the country's largest estuary and extraordinary ecotourism attraction, is known for its mangrove swamp, which is an important resource for Panama's environment by offering protection against the hazards of nature.
While sailing to the Gulf of Parita, you can visit Isla Iguana, an island formed by volcanic eruptions and dive into the main coral massif of the Panamanian Pacific.
The Archipelago of Las Perlas will allow you to swim through rich seabed, discover many species of fish and perhaps to meet humpback whales.
In the south-west of the country, the Gulf of Chiriqui is recognized as an intact tropical paradise. Made up of dozens of virgin islands, you will see an exceptional biodiversity and an intact coastal environment that has become the refuge of many animal species.
Country preserved from the mass tourism and true natural paradise, to rent a boat in Panama will make you discover landscapes and a biodiversity out of the ordinary. Rich in its many archipelagos, you have not finished traveling on the waves of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans!
Capitale : Panama
Spoken languages : Spanish, English and Amerindian languages
Currency : The Balboa (PAB) and the US dollar (USD)
When to go : Panama enjoys a tropical climate, with a rainy season from May to November. The months of January-April are the most pleasant, with temperatures favourable to discovering the country.
Our favorites : the flowery city of Boquete and its hot springs, surfing in Pedasi and hiking in the Soberania National Park.
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