Panamá Canal

Warning: this post contains no beaches and no beer... but it does contain some interesting history and clever engineering!

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Bocas del Toro

Bocas del Toro is an archipelago of islands just off the northern Caribbean Coast of Panama. The largest island, Isla Colon, is home to Bocas Town...

Hiking Volcan Baru

At 3475m Volcan Baru marks the highest point in Panama and is the only place in the country where you can see both the Caribbean and the Pacific Ocean at once...

Boquete

Boquete is a quaint little town in northern Panama, surrounded by volcano’s (well one volcano really) and hills lined with coffee plantations...

Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio is one of the most popular attractions in Costa Rica. With its stunning white beaches, gorgeous greenery and easy to navigate paths it is easy to see why. At only 6.8km2 Manuel Antonio is relatively small, however this has forced all the animals into a much smaller space so actually works in favour... Continue Reading →

Jaco

Renowned for being a party town with some surf waves, Jaco (pronounced hako) is unapologetic in its depravity...

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