Bocas del Toro Archipelago Hotels

Tranquilo Bay


  • Varied activities
  • Wild surroundings
  • Nice rooms
  • Good food


  • Expensive
  • Remote
  • Three-night minimum stay
  • Fixed arrival and departure days

Published 11/02/2015

Fodor's Review

This all-inclusive jungle lodge is geared toward active travelers—you can bird-watch, kayak, snorkel, hike, surf, fish, or just stroll the beach and lounge in a hammock, all amid amazing scenery. The young American owners offer stays of three or more nights in well-equipped bungalows spread along a forested ridge with panoramic ocean and island views. Spacious and comfortable, the bungalows have either one queen or two double beds, large bathrooms, air-conditioning, and wrap-around porches; four view the sea, two the forest. The lodge's 80-hectare (200-acre) rain-forest reserve borders the national park. Meals and cocktails are served in a lovely dining-living room in the main building. Their 63-foot observation tower is excellent for spotting wildlife. Room rates include meals, activities, and transfers from Bocas Town on Wednesday and Saturday.

Hotel Information


Macca Bite, , Panama


713-589–6952-in U.S.; 507-838–0021 -in Panama

Hotel Details:

  • Usually closed June
  • 6 bungalows
  • Rate includes: All-inclusive

Published 11/02/2015

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