Coral Lodge Resort Santa Isabel Panama

Panama overwater bungalow resorts – three to discover

Researching our recent trip to Central America we discovered 3 Panama overwater bungalow resorts. Check out Central America’s most exclusive and secluded villas to tempt you on your next vacation.

Overwater bungalow resorts can be found all over the world. The most popular and well known resorts are located in the Maldives, Laccadive Sea of Sri Lanka, Asia and Bora Bora in French Polynesia and Oceana. All are super luxurious, but they also have daily rates to match.

If you are looking for something different and slightly cheaper, you should consider the Central Americas. There are a handful of Panama overwater bungalow resorts to choose from. Most of the resorts are so secluded it’s an adventure just to get there. But that’s half the fun. Here are the 3 resorts we found. There are 2 in Boccas Del Toro and 1 in Santa Isabel.

Panama overwater bungalow resorts: Eclpyse De Mar Acqua Lodge Resort – Boccas Del Torro, Panama.

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An Eco-Resort, with exclusive overwater bungalows carefully furnished. Take in the spectacular sunset views over the Caribbean Sea from your own private terrace.

Get a real feel for all of the Panama overwater bungalow resorts. Take a look at the gallery of photos taken by guests who have already stayed at Eclypse De Mar Acqua Lodge Resort.

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Panama overwater bungalow resorts: Punta Caracol Acqua Lodge Resort – Boccas Del Torro, Panama.

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Built over the Caribbean Sea, along a mile long coral reefed coast, Punta Caracol is constructed using the traditional methods of the Archipelago. Each overwater bungalow is beautifully crafted and built upon stilts which support a wooden frame and covered by a palm leaf roof. This design in in-keeping with the native communities of the region.

Get a real feel for all of the Panama overwater bungalow resorts. Take a look at the gallery of photos taken by guests who have already stayed at Punta Caracol Acqua Lodge Resort.

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Panama overwater bungalow resorts: Coral Lodge Resort – Santa Isabel, Panama.

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Located in the Caribbean coast of Panama, near the idyllic San Blas Islands, Coral Lodge is a secluded place, surrounded by a natural habitat, where the light Caribbean breeze and the gentle sound of the Caribbean Ocean embrace your stay. Six overwater bungalows & 1 overwater suite bungalow – all beautifully decorated. Enjoy the cool Caribbean breeze and 180 ° vistas from your sitting room, hammock or sundeck.

Get a real feel for all of the Panama overwater bungalow resorts. Take a look at the gallery of photos taken by guests who have already stayed at Coral Lodge Resort.

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