Playa Punta Chame
Few people come to visit these beautiful beaches, even on weekends and that is why it is an ideal place for everyone who likes to rest quietly in privacy.
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Directions to Playa Punta Chame
Thanks to its geography Punta Chame offers its visitors some peculiar landscapes. It is a narrow and long peninsula with an ocean on both sides and endless white sand beaches. In addition to beautiful scenery offers privacy because few people come to Punta Chame even on weekends offers excellent privacy for those seeking tranquility and beaches without people.
Few people come to visit these beautiful beaches, even on weekends and that is why it is an ideal place for everyone who likes to rest quietly in privacy. The north beach faces towards the Bay of Chame, here the sea is calm almost without waves very convenient to swim or swim. It is also here where water sports such as widsurfing or kiteboarding are practiced. And as a spectacular view to the hills Chame and Campana and the island Taborcillo.
From this beach the boats leave to visit the resort that is located on this private island. The south beach looks towards the open sea to the Gulf of Panama, here is the bravest sea with the biggest waves. The beach has very white sand and extends for kilometers to the west. So if you want you can walk until you feel like it. In front of the beach you can see Otoque Island and further away Taboga Island and the Causeway skyline and Panama City.
The town of Punta Chame is a typical fishing village, with about 400 inhabitants. In the town is a hotel where there is restaurant, bar and pool. But if you want to try a typical meal I would recommend visiting the restaurant in the town near detour with a sign that says Taborcillo Island. The owner is a kind lady and an excellent cook. She started her business 12 years ago with a gazebo roofed kiosk and now has a restaurant with a bar and jukebox. The restaurant offers several seafood dishes, but you must surely try its rich seviches. When you go to visit this beautiful place do not forget to take with you sunscreen and good mosquito repellent.
How to get
Punta Chame is located 100 km (2 hours) from the City of Panama. To get there it is necessary to take the Pan-American Highway, go through La Chorrera, Capira until you reach the village Bejuco (Km 72 from Panama City.) Right at the entrance to the town is a deviation to the left that takes you to Punta Chame. It is well marked then if you get to Chame, you have already passed and you must turn and try number 2.
The distance from the Pan-American Highway to Punta Chame is 28 kilometers.The first part of the road is in good condition but the part is only one way. land with multiple holes and that's why the tour takes a little more time.
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