Red Frog Beach is a hidden paradise on the island of Bastimentos in the Caribbean archipelago of Bocas Del Toro, Panama. The crystal blue waters, unfailing temperate weather, pristine beaches, and remarkable jungle rainforest all combine to create a complete sense of unspoiled tropical tranquility. A peaceful diversion from the everyday grind, Red Frog Beach offers both adventure and escape with diving, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, Bocas surfing, beach hikes, nature walks, and much more.
A large part of Isla Bastimentos including Red Frog Beach lies within the boundaries of the Bastimentos National Marine Park. The unspoiled beaches, ecologically distinct wildlife, and lush flourishing jungle are completely protected from outside influences, securing a true eco experience for both Panama vacationers and island explorers.
The Red Frogs Proper
Visitors to Isla Bastimentos will undoubtedly observe one of our islands most beloved creatures. With their unmistakable chirping and brilliantly colored bodies, red dart frogs are a signature of Isla Bastimentos. These amazing little amphibians are a constant reminder of the need to conserve the full spectrum of life that exists here.
With an average annual temperature of 82F, Red Frog Beach located in Bocas Del Toro is the perfect getaway anytime of the year. Technically the Rainy season is May & June and again November & December. However, some of the sunniest times of the year there are in the "rainy season." Temperatures year-round are about 82 degrees. Many people compare the climate of Bocas Del Toro to the Hawaiian island of Kauai (although the water is warmer in the Caribbean).
The islands of Bocas Del Toro are populated by peoples of Afro-Caribbean, Hispanic, indigenous Native American, and European decent. The dominant language is Spanish, but English and other languages are spoken as well. Most Bocas del Toro Hotels are located in Bocas town on Isla Colon about a 10 minute boat ride away from Red Frog Beach.
View Red Frog Beach Video