Cayo Coral y Cayo Zapatillas - Paradise exists
Your adventure this summer Cayos Zapatilla TOTAL RELAX in Bocas del Toro, 100% a renewing and extraordinary experience of contact with nature. That will charge you with new energies, sure you will enjoy big.
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Cayo Coral is at the southern end of Isla Bastimentos, in Bocas del Toro, and is the perfect place to snorkel. Its warm waters, coral reefs and transparent facilitate the practice of this irresistible water sport for those who access it, either through a complete package that includes for example Cayo Zapatilla or a trip of several days, since there is accommodation to be able stay.
This tropical destination is only 20 minutes by boat from Isla Colon and has cabins where you can disconnect from the chaos of large cities because there is not even electricity.
In Cayo Coral, all tourists who go to discover an island, some beach or some corner of the archipelago stop to request their lunch, and receive it at the end of the morning, after an adventure of discovery. At the end of the meal, Cayo Coral offers you a place to relax with outdoor chairs and a sea so transparent that it resembles a swimming pool.
Cayo Zapatilla is relatively close to Cayo Coral, and are two islands in the form of sports shoes (hence its name) where there is only its flora and fauna, plus a white sand beach that invite sunbathing. Take a snack, a drink and a snorkeling equipment will make the stay in the islets an adventure. Being able to walk the whole beach of the island in a trekking plan is wonderful.
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