Red Frog Beach - Panama
Ask your tour guide or local kids to catch and show you the Red Frog. They are really tiny and very difficult to spot.
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Located in Bastimentos Island, Red Frog beach is probably the most popular beach in Bocas del Toro. The beach is not only very beautiful, but it is really easy to get to, thus its popularity.
There, you can do it all: relax and sunbathe on the white sand, snorkel and appreciate the beautiful coral reefs that surrounds the island, surf their amazing waves, spotting wildlife such as sea turtles (in nesting season), sloths, monkeys and in particular the tiny Red Frog.
To get to this amazing beach, you need to take a water taxi from Bocas Town. The ride will only take about 10 minutes. The water taxis will drop you in the back of the island and you need to walk across a nature path for about 15 minutes to finally spot the beach.
There is a Bar on the beach where you can get food and drinks served.
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