Santiago de Veraguas

Over View Is located in the center of Panama. The name of Veraguas province (literally 'see waters') is both descriptive and accurate – it is the only one of Panama's provinces and comarcas (indigenous districts) to border both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. The capital of Veraguas is Santiago, founded in 1636, the [...]
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Cebaco Island

Over View Located in the Gulf of Montijo, is the perfect spot to escape from the world and enjoy the incredible silence of nature can give. It is very quiet and peaceful and simple people. There are miles of pristine beaches, with subtle waves, the sound of the waves as they returned exudes an indescribable [...]
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Gulf of Montijo

Over View It is a Wetland of International Importance (RAMSAR), it is located in the southern part of the province of Veraguas, in the districts of Montijo, Sona, Rio de Jesus, Mariato and Santiago. It covers a total area of 89.452 hectares between sea and land area. Is home to natural mangroves, estuaries, river mouths, [...]
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Mariato Coast (Sunset Coast)

Over View Is located in the center of Panama. The name of Veraguas province (literally 'see waters') is both descriptive and accurate – it is the only one of Panama's provinces and comarcas (indigenous districts) to border both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. The capital of Veraguas is Santiago, founded in 1636, the [...]
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Santa Catalina

Over View It is a fishing village which existed in quiet seclusion until discovered by adventurous surfers in the 1970s. Protecting their hidden world-class surf, Santa Catalina was kept secret by the surfers for quite some time. Today, Santa Catalina offers a smattering of surf camps, low-cost hotels, and a few eating establishments. Still fairly [...]
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