City: Bocas del Toro
Island: Isla Bastimento
ARRIVING TO PANAMA
Upon arrival to Panama’s Tocumen Intl Airport (PTY), take a taxi across town to separate Albrook Domestic Airport (PAC) (www.airpanama.com) to board the domestic flight to Bocas.
OPTION 1 - ARRIVE IN 1 DAY TO RESORT:
To fly to Bocas the same day you arrive to Panama City your intl flight must arrive in the early afternoon to allow enough time to catch the (PAC) (www.airpanama.com) flight from Albrook Airport to Bocas.
OPTION 2 - OVERNIGHT IN PANAMA CITY:
Stay in Panama City overnight and book your domestic flight (www.airpanama.com) for the next morning to Bocas. Our recommended partner hotel is the new Hilton Tower in Panama City.
ARRIVING TO BOCAS TOWN:
If you add transportation to your reservation:
Upon arrival in Bocas Town, a Red Frog representative will greet you AFTER you receive your luggage (with resort sign). You will take a short car ride to our Bocas Town waterfront office where you will board a water taxi. Enjoy the ride through the exotic mangrove glades to arrive at Red Frog Beach Island Resort.
DEPARTING RED FROG AND PANAMA:
To catch your intl flight (from PTY) the same day you depart from our resort, allow 5 hours from the time you arrive back to Panama City from Bocas.
Meals at Red Frog Beach at a la carte, which allows our guests to have a varied dining experience. Red Frog offers two restaurants La Rosa Beach Club and The Point. Guest also have access to our market with a coffee shop and deli, click here: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=fB18HnYXzmm for a virtual tour.
We recommend you bring cash to the island, there are 3 ATM's located in Bocas del Town, located just a 10 minute water taxi ride away.
We recommend the rental of a golf cart to discover our resort.
The Bocas del Toro area is known for beach lovers year-round. Our high season is December - March.
Our location below the hurricane belt makes it a superior Caribbean option for visits August - November.
Bastimentos Islands and Red Frog Resort are home to white-faced capuchin monkeys, three and two-toed sloths, iguanas, sea turtles, 140 species of tropical birds, and of course the famous red frogs.
Our beach and jungle landscape features a wide variety of tropical flowers and trees.