El Otro Lado means the other side in Spanish. This beautiful retreat is not merely on the other side of Portobelo Bay, it is truly a world apart. El Otro Lado is the perfect place to relax and disconnect.
Just over an hour from Panama City, El Otro Lado emphansizes the Afro-Caribbean influence that one finds only on Panama's coast, and you'll enjoy those influences in the colorful houses (they're not rooms!), the hand-crafted furniture, and the artwork decorating it all. And you taste the Caribbean fusion influence in Gazebo Restaurant, in passion furit mojitos and savory seafood. Even the beautiful natural setting has splashes of color around the infinity pool and other public spaces.
Coiba National Park’s 38 islands offer a great ecological and marine diversity. The island is remote and relatively undeveloped with over 80% of its natural habitat intact. Coiba is a refuge for Crested Eagles and Scarlet Macaws, birds who have virtually disappeared from the rest of the Republic of Panama. Coiba also offers 20 endemic birds species including the Coiba Spinetail.
Panama is the only place in the world where both the Northern & Southern hemisphere populations of Humpback whales come together in their migrations to give birth and breed here in Panama! This gives us a double season and twice as much time as any other place in the world to spend with the whales.
Crewed yacht charters in Panama’s Caribbean San Blas Archipelago
One of the most beautiful parts of Panama is located along the Caribbean coast: the 365 islands of the San Blas Archipelago are each a real postcard scenery with white sand beaches, coconuts trees and turquoise waters. Today's Kuna Indians inhabit the islands in the same way their ancestors did. Circumnavigators even consider the San Blas archipelago as one of their top 3 destinations in the world!
The Kimball and Viola families built Tranquilo Bay inside the rainforest overlooking the Caribbean and the beautiful Panamanian jungle. Their central location within the archipelago of Bocas del Toro permits exploration of some of the most biologically diverse areas within Central America. Bocas del Toro, Panama includes an archipelago of some 68 tropical islands which are excellent for beach combing, birding and exploring. Around the many reefs and lagoons you may fish, snorkel and surf. Great for Families
Birding at Tranquilo is amazing, and should not be overlooked.
With only 11 bungalow/suites, Cala Mia is an eco-friendly romantic resort. The bar-restaurant offers stunning views of the surrounding islands and promises gorgeous sunsets followed by big night skies dotted with millions of stars. A private beach, the infinitive edge freshwater pool, and a small island, accessible by hanging-bridge, which houses a spa, and yoga exercise area allows you to be immersed in sunshine and the sea. Ideal for a honeymoon!
At Cala Mia you can escape the world and join into nature, where you will find and experience birds, monkeys, dolphins, turtles and much more.
A pristine setting surrounded by golden beaches, tropical rainforest, an azure sea, and coral gardens. Authentic nature and adventure in Panama’s only aqua-lodge, beach resort and dive habitat.The unconventional choice to EXPLORE and ENJOY…
Coral Lodge's ambiance is that of leisure and relaxed casual elegance with a style that is both refined and rustic. Honeymooners love the privacy!
Experience a family vacation at the best places in Panama, from the Pacific coast and the Panama Canal to the western highlands to the Caribbean coast. You'll visit two Indian villages, Embera and Nobe Bugle, have the opportunity to zip line, take a boat and canoe ride, visit the Smithsonian Marine Exhibition and swim in the Caribbean! This is a perfect vacation for young and old!
Book and deposit by March 31 and receive $100 discount per person!
Explore the Panamá Canal as you voyage across Lake Gatun, and also actually sail through the canal! You'll visit the Embera of the Chagres River basin. The highlands will immerse you in an entirely different environment, surrounded by cloud forest environments filled with life, where you can hike and visit a coffee plantation. You'll also tour cosmopolitan Panama City. This is the best of Panamá!
Book and deposit by March 31-receive $100 discount per person!
Panama is a country so small, yet filled with lush rainforests, wildlife, and a rich cultural heritage. On your discovery you'll to view the Panama Canal, ride the first transcontinental train, and snorkel in the Caribbean Sea. You'll travel by motorized canoe and visit an Embera Village, where villagers live in traditional thatched huts. In the Highlands you'll zip through the cloud forest canopy on a zip line and experience coffee from bean to cup.