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Azul Paradise

Above blue Caribbean waters, experience an off-the-grid travel experience

A secluded beachfront escape with marine views and ultimate tranquility

Azul Paradise transcends the typical resort experience, encapsulating the essence of Panama's natural beauty and cultural richness.

Location: Azul Paradise stands as an exquisite Panama beachfront resort nestled in the serene embrace of Bocas del Toro. The name "paradise" is no mere happenstance – here, you're about to discover a realm of unparalleled beauty that's bound to capture your heart.

Rooms: Among the natural wonders, 10 charming bungalows await, each with a king bed and incredible views of the beach or the ocean. Capitalizing on the unique location over the ocean, every bungalow is thoughtfully equipped with an inset glass floor panel, providing a brilliant vantage point to observe the marine life below. These bungalows are ideal for couples, as each is one room. Families are welcome and sleepaway beds can be added to any bungalow. The hotel also offers one, two-storey cabana that can house up to six guests.

Amenities: Embracing an authentic Panamanian ethos, the resort boasts a genuine Panamanian tiki bar with a beachfront grill. Its expansive Club House encompasses a lounge area, private bar, and restaurant, all thoughtfully designed to cater to your desires. Head to the private resort beach and luxuriate on private lounge chairs, relish dinners on your personal bungalow dock.

Activities: As a guest, you're invited to partake in daily scheduled tours, and use the proximity to the stunning private beaches to your advantage and try out snorkelling, diving, deep sea fishing, dolphin tours, or surfing.

Sustainability: Azul Paradise champions an eco-conscious philosophy, operating with an advanced solar power system and employing purified water catchment techniques. This commitment extends to its role as a significant local employer, nurturing both the land and the community. While the amenities remain modest, the resort's eco-friendly initiatives align with a desire to harmonize with the environment and foster a genuine sense of connection with the surroundings.

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January is part of the dry season, offering pleasant temperatures and ideal beach weather on both coasts. Go snorkelling and diving in Bocas del Toro or explore Panama City's festivals and vibrant nightlife.



Dry season continues, perfect for wildlife spotting in national parks like Soberania. Participate in Carnaval celebrations four days before Ash Wednesday, with colourful parades, music, and “mojaderos” that will spray the crowds with water.



Dry season persists, making it a great time for hiking and exploring volcanic landscapes. Head to Azuero Peninsula for Semana Santa celebrations.



Dry season nears its end, but pleasant weather lingers. Witness sea turtles nesting in Bocas del Toro and Coiba National Park.



Transition to the rainy season begins, with lush landscapes and fewer tourists. For a unique cultural experience try the Foundation Day celebrations in the province of Chiriquí.



Rainy season intensifies, but showers are often short-lived. Visit the San Blas Islands for clear waters and fascinating indigenous culture in a land that entirely governed and managed by the Kuna people.



Rainy season in full swing, ideal for river rafting adventures in Chiriquí. Explore the Embera villages in the Darien Gap and learn about one of Panama’s incredible indigenous cultures.



Rainy season continues, but there’s plenty of adventure to be had. Discover the Panama Canal's engineering marvel and learn about its history. Explore the lush rainforests, teeming with unique wildlife.



Rainy season persists, offering excellent surf conditions on the Pacific coast. Head to Guararé for the Festival de la Mejorana, dedicated to preserving and celebrating all the diverse forms of Panamanian folklore.



Rainy season begins to ease up but not entirely, making it a good time to take in the stunning natural beauty of the country by exploring rainforests and national parks like Soberania and Darien. Experience eco-tours and birdwatching amidst lush landscapes.



Transition to the dry season begins, with less rain and more sun. Enjoy the splendour of magnificent whales breaching the ocean in the Gulf of Chiriquí.



Dry season officially starts, perfect for beach vacations and exploring the Pearl Islands. Visit Bocas Del Toro, San Blas or Santa Catalina. Embrace the festive spirit during Christmas and New Year celebrations.


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