The 4 most remote Beaches in Bocas del Toro
Updated: Sep 15, 2022
If finding remote beaches is your thing, than you've got to check out these 4 most remote beaches in Bocas:
LA PICINA BEACH
La Picina Beach sits inside an unusual cut in the rocks, revealing a small beach with natures swimming pool in front. Far away from the crowds, this is the place to get out of the waves and chill in tranquil waters. Located just past the very end of Bluff Beach on Isla Colon. This is great because you can ride your bike to it, a perfect day adventure.
Kusapin is another world. Located in Ngobe bugle, its indigenous land and far away from the hip streets of Bocas. This is not a tourist destination, this is a place you visit with respect and wonder. This is so remote that its technically not even in Bocas del Toro. this is a completely different state where no one outside of the tribe can own land. This is natural beaches at its best, true tropical paradise surrounded by amazing culture.
Playa Larga is part of the Basitmentos National Marina Sanctuary, and is an important turtle nesting site. There are two ways to get here, hike from Red Frog Beach, to Polo Beach To Playa Larga, or take a boat on the surf side of the island and land on the beach. Needless to say it's usually difficult either way, making this one of the most remote beaches in the archipelago.
ISLA ESCUDO DE VERAGUAS
Isla Escudo De Veraguas is probably one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Add the fact that it's only accessible at certain times of the year, and this definitely wins the contest for most remote beach. The island sit way off the coast even further to to the east of Kusapin. Inhabited by about 150 people, mostly fisherman and their families, this island is home to the endemic pygmy Sloth. This tiny sloth lives nowhere else on earth and is confined to the tiny mangrove islets on the north coast of the island.