Tranquilo Bay All Inclusive Lodge
Only accessible by boat, the Tranquilo Bay All Inclusive Lodge seems to be a world away from your everyday stressful life. A marine national park, wetlands, and white sands occupy Bastimentos Island. There’s a beach there famous for its endless amounts of red poison dart frogs. Kraal Cay and Zapatillas Cays, off the southeastern shore of Bastimentos Island, has coral reefs and lush mangroves.
Tranquilo Bay, an all-inclusive lodge on a cardinal spot in the archipelago, is perfect for exploring islands, lagoons, and nearby reefs. An adventure seeking family looking for unspoiled scenery and muddy rainforest hikes will find just that at Tranquilo Bay. This Bocas del Toro hotel is family owned and run with great passion and knowledge. Meals come served in a shared dining hall where food is excellent and diverse in spite the outlandish settlement. Patrons can make their choice of having an ocean view bungalow or one staged by a Panamanian forest. Besides great beds and bathrooms, to feel at ease, each cabin has a deck with a hammock towards verdant gardens.
Tranquilo Bay Activities
Crossing the sea from Boca Town to Tranquilo Bay is a feat in itself. Once rested from lunch, sea kayaking through mangroves will give your ear a sense silence. Guests will also enjoy an hour or two of reef snorkeling before paddling back to dock for a glimpse of the moon rise. River trees are laden with sloths, caimans, crabs, frogs, lizards, birds and other riparian wildlife. Flow down a river along indigenous Panamanians in wooden canoes and visit torched bat caves. Explore a native village and see how they use herbal medicine and food from the land and sea. Also, visit a chocolate farm and learn about where it comes from and how it’s harvested and processed. Above all, it’s no secret Tranquilo Bay and Bastimentos Island will provide any family or group of friends many fond memories in Panama.