Perlas Islands (Las Perlas Archipelago), Panama

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  • We went to spend the day at Viveros Island, leaving the Tower Trump with Ferry Las Perlas. On the island there is a dock to get off with ease and a ramp to get to the point where you take a bus. In 10 minutes you reach the resort. The beach is very nice, quiet, warm and transparent waters. The resort facilities are excellent. The bathrooms are spotless, the infinity-edge pool is huge, the chairs on the beach, chairs, sunshades available in quantity in different locations and all of quality. Bad ride was bar and restaurant service. There was no variety of beverages, food was scarce and nothing, and at a high price. The restaurant was closed, so it had no other choice that lunch at tables outside. No doubt would return the charm of the place, but waiting for a better service in terms of food and drink.
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  • Calls pearls of the Pacific, or archipelago of pearls, are to the South of Panama. You can access them by ferry, daily in some cases, leaving the Trump Tower or the Balboa Yacht Club (this point of very inferior quality) depending on the Islands. Accountant the furthest can be accessed by plane, as well as to San Miguel, and where logically reach the ferry. In great luxury development Pedro Gonzalez, is call in the past now Pearl Island. Ferry and plane still unset. The Islands are more beautiful the more remote, some are private, others public. Taboga is ugly, but very accesble, dark beach. For lovers of the pachanga t-shirt, bumper and small and crowded beach music. Twaite Shad is somewhat better, with restaurant and possibility of sleeping in tents. Contadora is a beauty in itself, but the access is awkward, because it has no dock public (!) and public facilities are decent in terms of quality and hygiene. Then because this nursery, another world, another quality. Exquisite reception in Las Ballenas, possibility of "picnic" in the beach club and a hotel but not food service or bad food service. Nothing to do with the whales. San Miguel with a unique hotel badly damaged and poorly attended but very nice.
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  • These islands are a 2 hour ferry ride from Panama City. We stayed on the Isla Contadora. Limited places to eat and accommodations but very peaceful and quite. We felt like we had the whole island to o...  more »