AT ANY HOTEL YOU CAN JOIN A TOUR OF THE LOCAL AREAS THAT ARE GREAT TO SEE. IT IS FILLED WITH ABOUT 20 PEOPLE. WE CHOSE TO HIRE A TAKI TO TAKE US.
WE WENT TO DOLPHIN BAY WHERE DOLPHINS COME UP AND DO TRICKS FOR YOU. THEY ARE SO FRIENDLY AND LOVE TO PLAY IN THE WAKES OF THE BOAT.
Go visit the firehouse in Bocas. It's right next to Barco Hundido, along the water. Slightly entertaining to me were the antique fire trucks that were housed here. I'm not sure if all these trucks have practical use, but at least they are fun to look at.
Sport Fishing with J & B Sportfishing-that's me with a kingfish that I caught! The amazing thing was that we saw two little indian boys in their canoe about two miles off shore hand lining the same fish that we were using rods for! You should have seen them hauling the fish into their canoe! It was awesome...
Gnobe Indian Village - Isla Popa
They are currently building a native restaurant and lodgings. At the rate they are going, I would say that it will be at least a year until they start accepting tourists.
YOU TAKE A WATER TAXI TO THIS PLACE AND ARRIVE ON THE BACKSIDE OF THE ISLAND AND WALK THROUGH THE JUNGLE TO GET TO THE BEACH ON THE OTHER SIDE. THIS BEACH HAS GREAT WAVES IF YOU SURF.
Take a ride up the Changuinola Canal and see many different varities of birds, along with indian homes and cattle.