Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Holiday Secrets


Holiday Secrets - 5 Unknown Destinations In Panama 


Panama is a country of culture and natural beauty, its roots in the history of the mall, and today, its skyline ever-changing real estate and travel hotspot. But all the beauty shop widely publicized the country, here are our 5 points rarely read the pamphlets or see on television.

Isla Canas, Los Santos: This small island south of Pedasi in Panama's Azuero Peninsula is a priceless jewel. It is home to a thriving native population, some of the country's most remote beaches, and the location of the giant leatherback. Bring a tent that few, if any, accommodations are available.

Lago Bayano, Darien: This huge lake in the province of Darien, which on paper is a dangerous place because of its proximity to the border with Colombia. But this region is far north enough to void you for injury to his good looks pristine enough to impress even the most seasoned eco-traveler. Explore the caves around the lake, or discover hidden waterfalls in paradise perhaps the most remote of Panama.

Boca Brava, Chiriqui: An island located just off the coast of Boca Chica in the province of Chiriqui, Boca Brava has white sand beaches and the great jungle-sea contrast. Hire a local boatman for the day (no sales calls, it does yet) and explore the surrounding coastal areas where the odds are that you will be the only one in sight. Sport fishing is world class, the indigenous Indians are culturally rich, and only one hour drive from David!

Playa Chiquita, Colon: The Caribbean coast of Panama is growing at a rate slower than the Pacific, but there are picturesque villages to enjoy the perfection. Drive to the colon and head past Portobello to find this beautiful beach identified by a small fishing village and a small hotel. That's about 25 minutes by boat from the mooring area and the nearest sports calm Caribbean waters, the theft of palm trees, and a beer on the beach are in order.

Torio, Veraguas: Veraguas province alone in the world that coasts two different oceans. Walk in the Azuero Peninsula to the sleepy town Torio for surfing, hiking or just relaxing on the beach. It's an easy drive from downtown Santiago on a finely-paved road. Stop at one of the huts on the roadside for the fried fish, or enjoy the last textarea.25 beer in the Republic.