This collection of eco-friendly wooden cabins is located on Panamá’s stunning Bocas del Toro Archipelago. Situated in the water, the cabins are built on stilts and feature a private balcony with a hammock.
The cabins at Punta Caracol Acqua Lodge have palm roofs four-poster beds. Each one has a bathroom and uses electricity from solar panels.
The Punta Caracol’s restaurant serves Caribbean and international food. It is located in another cabin with a large terrace and thatched roof.
The hotel organises a range of activities such as snorkelling and dolphin-watching trips. You can also go hiking in the rainforest and visit native communities.
You can fly to Punta Caracol from Panamá City, which takes 55 minutes. Bocas del Toro is accessible by boat from Almirante, on the Panamanian mainland.