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We stayed at Pacific Bay Resort for three nights looking for a break from the rains of Bocas del Toro and we did have beautiful sunshine but we found so much more. Situated on 150 acres, the resort is located with commanding views of Boca...More
We are a couple of active seniors 60/70. Enjoy hiking, birding, nature, beach. Frank’s little piece of paradise suited us to a tee for 2 nights, sorry we didn’t have another. We stayed in one of the cottages furthest from lounge/restaurant area, which meant longish,...More
We found this hotel to be exactly to our taste:
The location is stunning, especially the restaurant area and South Beach,
Development of the island is limited, leaving much of it in its natural state, allowing birds, butterflies and other creatures to remain undisturbed, our...More
To get to this place was an adventure by itself and then when we finally got there, we thought " This can't be true".
Stunning scenery, amazing hidden gem, time stops - you are in another world!
Frank, the owner, is simply a great guy,...More
A 40 minute water taxi gets you to a tropical jungle wilderness. There are about 5 solar powered cottages, two rooms to each. One walks golfcart paths to the main haul for dining. No run of the mill tourists here. And then there is Frank....More
Depends on where on property you are coming from of course. Maybe a 10 minute walk on the path to the beach from the central “road” through the resort. They are wide very nice paths. Not a tough walk at all. Just hot... More
Depends on where on property you are coming from of course. Maybe a 10 minute walk on the path to the beach from the central “road” through the resort. They are wide very nice paths. Not a tough walk at all. Just hot. “Jungly” on either side of the beautiful path. South beach is wonderful place for easy swimming, very little tide, super smooth nice bottom. Hammocks and benches back under palm trees. Imagine that owner Frank rides along all these paths in his golf cart, so they are NOT rough trails. Hills in some places sure, but very nice paths.
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"You need to walk to the eating area up and down some paths. BUT you can get a ride in the golf cart if you..."