Things to do Barro Colorada

Barro Colorada Island Geography

Geography   Barro Colorada Island is part of the regional territory of which there are over 365 coastal paradise islands, a heaven of extraordinary beauty, with slogans such as “children of the moon,” albino individuals are considered by their people Guna as a special breed. The town shares the impressive Wounaan Darien jungle territory with […]

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Barro Colorada Island People

Panamanians   Panama and Barro Colorada Island is the land of seven amazing original indigenous groups who survived the conquest. They are the people Bri-Bri, Naso or Teribe Ngäbe, Bugle, Kuna, Embera and Wounaan or Guna. For those looking for experiences related to cultural exchange and contact with nature. You must go to the forested […]

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Barro Colorada Island Attractions

Attractions Barro Colorada Island The sea lashing the coast of Panama is the ideal place for surfers to ride on the crests of waves. On both sides marine waters of the Pacific and Caribbean coral reefs support an amazing biodiversity that will captivate lovers of diving. See the the whale sanctuary and other species such […]

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Things to do Barro Colorada Island

Things to do   Panama and Panamanians will give you the keys to living a fascinating experience in this great country of Panama. Panama is a lively and bustling capital of modern buildings and structures with large and modern shopping centers, easily accessible from Barro Colorada Island, the capital is considered the Mecca of shopping […]

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Panama Nightlife & Entertainment

Nightlife in Panama   Panama is pure action and excitement. Especially after dark! After your stay in Barro Colorada Island what could be better than a hot and steamy night out on the town! Drinks are much cheaper than in the US or Canada. The capital is full of hundreds of restaurants to enjoy the […]

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The Canal & Barro Colorada Island

  Panama Canal   Barro Colorada Island Benefits for the massive trade generated by the Panama Canal. Almost 100 years after it was built, the Panama Canal still stands as a marvel of engineering. What started as a French project in 1880 was completed as an American one in 1914, with 40,000 workers moving enough […]

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