Things to Do in Bocas Del Toro – 3 day Travel Guide

Bocas Del Toro is a beautiful island archipelago in Panama. The blue clear waters with docks jutting out into the water are superb for island hopping. White sand beaches and crystal clear blue waters are what makes this place one of the best island destinations in the Caribbean. #BocasDeltoro #visitpanama

Bocas Del Toro famous with backpackers, surfers, and scuba divers looking for an off beaten path destination that feels like paradise. I never heard of Bocas Del Toro until I arrived in Panama City, Panama and immediately knew I had to go. While Panama City was awesome, I knew I had to get out of the city. I loved the thought of a place where I could get the beach, jungle, and island paradise all in one. While some maybe put off by the 10-hour overnight bus ride, or taking another flight I heard this place was worth every extra minute and cent it took to get there. 

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Panama City: Ultimate Guide to Panama Part 1

Sunrise over Panama City, Panama from the viewpoint of Casco Viejo at Selina Hostel.

Originally when I thought of Panama City and Panama, all that came to mind was the Panama Canal. I didn’t expect to find one of the most beautiful countries with the richest biodiversity in the world, amazing beaches, and mouthwatering food. I originally booked a ticket to meet up with a guy that I liked. A friend from Couchsurfing, and thought checking off another country off my list would be a perk. (Learn more about Couchsurfing here!) While things didn’t work out with the guy, I found a new country that I absolutely love with friendly people! Panama is a country that had more than I could see in just the 10 days that I had booked. Suffice to say I will definitely go back one day.

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Mexico City: 21 Exciting Experiences Not to Miss

Sarah Fay at rooftop bar at Zocalo overlooking the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City

When I arrived to Mexico City other travelers and people back home in the states were interested into why I chose to go there. The city’s reputation as a dangerous, dirty, and overcrowded metropolis hardly may sound appealing to American, Canadian, and European tourists that prefer the turquoise waters of the Mexican Riviera. Many travelers may write it off altogether, but I believe they are missing out on one of the most culturally rich and historically significant cities in the world.

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