The romance and isolation of staying on a completely uninhabited island in the Bocas del Toro Archipelago. Of course, the silence and isolation of Laguna Azul is at the heart of its appeal, so leave time for a swim out to the platform anchored at dusk — it’s a memory that will linger long after you return to the grid.
Our all-inclusive program includes:
The calm and crystal clear waters of a deep turquoise, with an average visibility of 20 meters and between 28 and 29 degrees centigrade, make a paradise for diving enthusiasts both as scuba snorkel.
Snorkeling can be done at the foot of the Laguna Azul Eco-Boutique Hotel: Coral, sea stars, crabs and a host of small fish swimming among the roots that surround the Hotel of the Laguna Azul Eco-Boutique Hotel. We also take our guests for snorkeling trips a few minutes from the Hotel, such as Cayo Coral, providing lst generation equipment.
Coral Key & Red Frog
In the channel between the Bastimentos and Popa islands, Coral Key is a small island surrounded by mangroves.There is a small village overlooking the sea and is one of Bocas del Toro best snorkeling area.
Red Frog Beach is one of the most popular Panama beaches. The island’s unique rainforest-in-miniature setting results in some of Panama’s richest island biodiversity.
Zapatillas Key (Marine Park)
Navigating between the mangrove islets and, after Crawl Key crosses the lagoon to reach Zapatillas Keys. Full day tour, carry beverages and meals. Recommended: snorkeling where the waters are calm to have better visibility.We try to avoid contact with the crowds coming from Bocas de Toro.
The Zapatillas Cay are considered the most beautiful and best Caribbean beaches of the area. Tall palm trees, white sand and turquoise water are some of the features of these unique beaches. Only 15 minute boat ride from the hotel. Total privacy!
Bocas del Toro is part of one of the 221 Endemic Bird Areas identified by Bird Life International throughout the world, under the category of Caribbean Lowlands, into the area A16 – South Central American Caribbeans lope lowlands.
The endemic birds of this region are Purplish-backed Quail-Dove, Escudo Hummingbird, Lattice-tailed Trogon, Rufous-winged Woodpecker, Black-crowned Antpitta, Snowy Cotinga, Gray-headed Piprites, Black-throated Wren, Sulphur-rumped Tanager, Black-and-yellow Tanager and Nicaraguan Seed-Finch.
Dolphin and Turtle Watching
Dolphins play its waters and four of the eight turtle species identified in the world visit the area: white or green, hawksbill, loggerhead and bighead or the largest of all, the impressive and spawning canal. La mating ranges from March to September during which he can easily see this natural spectacle.
The dolphin is a marine mammal who dwells in open sea waters around the Bocas del Toro area. In this excursion you will witness how dolphin live al natural. Be prepared to be positively surprised by their regular unexpected visit in front of the resort.
Visit to Gnobe Community
We organize guided tours to the Gnobe Community where the main activities of its inhabitants are fishing and subsistence agriculture. More information about Gnobe Community.
For guests seeking a more authentic experience the Hotel is at the disposal Kayucos and Canoes Excursions included in the price of the Hotel.
To explore the different landscapes that offer Bocas del Toro and Laguna Azul Eco-Boutique Hotel, have 2 boats equipped with high-powered engines.