Has two great surfing coasts. The Pacific coast which received constant swell all year long with its most famous surfspots of Santa Catalina and Morro Negrito, and then the Caribean coast with the surf spot of Bocas del Toro (a short flight from Panama City).
From 86 $/night • max. people - Rooms • REF. # 147440
Morro Negrito is formed by two islands: The Big island and the Small island. There are no more than twenty surfers at a time, so the dozen breaks on the islands are never crowded.
From 40 $/night • max. people - Rooms • REF. # 148254
The Bocas del Toro archipelago is the rising surfing location star in Panama, although it has been popular with backpackers, hippies, divers and surfers for some years now.
From 90 $/night • max. 30+ people - 14 Rooms • REF. # 148637
Playa Venao offers a 2 - 6 foot, smooth wave with a 50m to 150m ride, perfect for the novice to advanced.The uncrowded privacy of a great beach and hotel will make an enjoyable getaway where you can learn surfing, enjoy the relaxing sounds of the beach from your hammock. 14 comfortable rooms open out to the beach. Each room has it's own bathroom and hammock outside the door. Day trip to Isla Iguana, Mangrove tours, jungle hikes and waterfalls and plenty of other activities to make your Panama trip memories even more vivid!
From 85 $/night • max. 50 people - 10 Rooms • REF. # 235939
Explore and Conquer all of Costa Rica's waves. Chase the swells, escape the crowds, find your own private breaks. This is the best option to surf the best waves in the country. Explore all of Costa Rica with these fully camping equipped 4x4's - no limits. All inclusive.
From 15 $/night • max. 16 people - 4 Rooms • REF. # 229143
This is the best and most affordable hostel in front of the main wave of Panama, with the best views of Santa Catalina coast.
Just one step away from the world class waves or five minutes walking to a beautiful sandy beach where you can relax, spend the day with your family, good to swim or learn surfing. You can also do horse back riding tours, boat trips to the island of Coiba; fishing and cetaceans watching.