I booked a tour to this island after seeing advertisements in all magazines in Panama but it was totally wasted day. The beach and sea were so dirty and full of rubbish you could not enjoy it and swim. I took the first boat back...More
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We took the fast ferry out to the island because it offered more ferries throughout the day....If you want to spend a day at the beach this is the place to do it. You can rent chairs and umbrellas, $1 beers and purchase food on...More
A dip in the water was definitely refreshing in the August heat, and the beach wasn't bad, but we did see occasional debris and garbage in the water and on the beach. I can see why this is a popular destination for the locals, as...More
Although we may not be used to all the crowds and people sitting directly in front of you while we were trying to enjoy the beach, we were definitely not used to the filth on the paths leading to the beaches etc. They have showers...More
Closest island beach from Panama City, 30 minutes only by Taboga Express. Chairs and umbrellas, all there. Relax, swim, watch skyline or planes approaching Tocumen International.
Went because of recommendations by locals. The ferry ride is quite nice and relatively cheap - you see the Bridge of the Americas, Amador Causeway, and plenty of ships waiting to enter the Panama Canal. The island itself is nice and pretty clean, but there's...More
It costs 20 dollars return trip with the regular ferry. One may think there is something to do, but in fact there is not. In a normal week day, the few bars were closed and the only one open did not serve any drinks. The...More