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  • Redefining Island Hopping

    Isla Palenque happens to be nestled right next to 57 square miles of protected marine ecosystem containing three dozen or so islands and islets that speckle that part of the Pacific Ocean. The Parque Nacional Marino Golfo De Chiriqui is the quiet neighbor of Palenque, free of development or footprints for that matter. This becomes evident with the abundance of wildlife that happens to live in this particular area.

    During the last day of our June design charette on Isla Palenque, we spent the early afternoon just touring a couple of the islands. Attached is a map of the area and some of the photos I snapped of its virgin beaches and clear blue waters. Visitors of our island will have the wonderful opportunity to spend the day or even night on any of these surrounding islands, only proving once again that the adventures at Isla Palenque are truly endless and opportunity for new exploration presents itself every morning.

    map of Isla Palenque, Panama

    Parque Nacional Marino Golfo de Chiriqui and Isla Palenque

    Take a look at some of the photos I’ve attached. Including a map we’ve prepared that shows the protected area in vicinity to Isla Palenque.

    Endless beauty and exploration awaits!

    view of island from water

    Isla Gamez

    view of island with trees and prisitine water

    Isla Bolanos

    view of island with lots of trees on it

    Isla Bolanos

    island with trees

    Mogote Pajaros

    island with trees

    Isla Bolanos

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    1. Yeah Ben is right that all these photos are of Bolanos not of Parida…But it is also good that author made that correction….

    2. Frances says:

      Thanks, Ben. We made that correction.

    3. Ben says:

      Joe, I think the photos you’ve labeled as Parida and Paridita are actually all of Bolanos.

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    Endless beauty and exploration awaits!
    
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Take a look at some of the photos I’ve attached. Including a map we’ve prepared that shows the protected area in vicinity to Isla Palenque.

Endless beauty and exploration awaits!

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