Bocas del Toro Archipelago Sights

Bahia Honda

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

Published 11/02/2015

Fodor's Review

About 20 Ngöbe homes are scattered around Bahia Honda, and a group of indigenous families runs a rustic restaurant about five to 10 minutes by boat from the Red Frog dock. The restaurant is administered mostly by the women of Bahia Honda. Hiking and boating tours, organized through La Loma Jungle Lodge or directly with local guide Rutilio Milton (call one day in advance to arrange the tour), include exploration of a cave with bats clinging to the stalactite-laden ceiling. The trip up the creek to get there is as spectacular as the cave itself, with plenty of opportunities to see sloths, monkeys, cayman, birds, and the occasional snake. The adventure also includes a simple lunch, a weaving demonstration, and a chance to purchase handicrafts such as chácaras (colorful woven jute bags).

Sight Information


, Panama


507-6592–5162-restaurant; 507-6619–5364-La Loma Jungle Lodge; 507-6726–0968-guide Rutilio Milton

Sight Details:

  • Tour including transport from Bocas $25; with lunch $30

Published 11/02/2015


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