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Built along a mile-long coral reef, Punta Caracol's construction is typical of the archipelago: wooden cabins sit over the water on stilts and are covered by a palm leaf roof.
Punta Caracol was born out of the idea of creating a lodge in a totally virgin and natural environment. The idea is to offer guests a pure and intimate experience with nature in a place of singular beauty where they can relax in comfort.
At night, the restaurant creates the perfect surroundings for a candlelight dinner; the menu including a variety of Caribbean, Mediterranean and international dishes.
Activities include visits to deserted beaches around the Bocas del Toro archipelago, snorkelling, boat and canoe trips, rainforest hikes and excursions to Bocas town for some souvenirs.
Why we love it
The Bocas archipelago is rich in wildlife, from tropical fish to monkeys and dolphins.
Will, Original Traveller