In Panama, you will find spots that have beach breaks, point breaks, hollow tubes, and long peelers, with short and long rides, to suit your style. And the best is that you can do it either in the Pacific Ocean or the Caribbean Sea. The Pacific side is best from April to November and the Caribbean side is best from December to March, and since Panama has both sides so close to each other, you basically have year-round good surfing in the country.
Escudo de Veraguas
Hidden beaches, crystal clear waters, white sands and thick jungle make this destination an earthly paradise. There lives a gnabe community and animals as wonderful as the lazy pygmy and the red frog.
Golfo de Montijo
The tropical humid forest predominates, there are also pastures, savannahs, ciénegas and secondary vegetation. In the Gulf, the mangrove forest predominates, with different representative species such as red mangrove, black mangrove and white mangrove.
Surrounded by a paradise of greenery and turquoise waters. This is how the days go by in this paradise where tranquility is breathed. Isla Cebaco offers a phenomenal setting for diving, snorkeling,sport fishing and other water sports.
Because of the location within the National Park a future commercial development has to comply with strict environmental regulations; minimal logging, zero contamination, only half of the island can be developed, the remainder needs to remain intact.
Playa Morrillo, Veraguas, Panama
Playa Morrillo, a semi deserted beach located in the province of Veraguas, a little off the map, in fact it is not on the map. This beach is for the more adventurous, although it has accommodations and road, it is a little hidden. This beach is a special destination for surfers of all categories because it offers a wave that at its best is a spectacular tube, apart from it is even a Panamanian secret spot.
Isla granito de oro, Veraguas
A small island off the northeastern coast of Isla Coiba named Granito de Oro has emerged as one of the most popular stops for visitors interested in snorkeling the abundant waters of Coiba National Park and picnicking on one of the most pristine beaches in the world.