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Bed down in remote overwater villas Bocas del Toro, Panama

It speaks volumes that on its FAQ website page the number one suggestion for what to bring to this resort is a good book. With private terraces perched over the water at each of Punta Caracol’s bungalows – there are just nine in all, each spread across two levels – there’s plenty of temptation to just sit and stare at the Caribbean Sea’s frolicking dolphins. You’re in one of the most environmentally pristine parts of Central America though, so grab a mask and flop off the balcony onto the reef. There is superb snorkelling all around here, as well as the chance to go on boat expeditions to local Indian communities, hikes in the rainforest and tours by motorised canoe to spot sloths and white-face monkeys.

Bungalows from about US$353 (for up to four people).

Punta Caracol
puntacaracol.com.pa

Tags: bungalows, caribbean, indian, panama, rainforest, snorkelling

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