Las Estrellas Beach - Bocas del Toro
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Directions to Las Estrellas Beach
In this case, we highlight a beach on Isla Colón that owes its name to the giant orange starfish that live there. It is not necessary to look for a lot because the stars are everywhere and it is enough to put on some diving glasses or just walk along its shore.
The temptation to take a photo to immortalize the moment can not be avoided (you can not touch the stars, much less get them out of the water) and that's why you've seen many tourists on this beach in Panama who have taken a snapshot in this little paradise.
If you fancy a short break, we have a one day tour to Isla Colón by catamaran that includes insurance, guided transportation, captain, lunch and in Cayo Coral (a natural pool from where you can take a bath in crystal clear water, while you wait for your lunch) and snorkeling equipment to discover its seabed. The ideal is to know it through a private guided tour to enjoy the experience to the fullest.
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