Red Frog Beach Resort Panama
Red Frog Beach is an island sanctuary set within the unspoiled and enchanting Caribbean Archipelago of Bocas del Toro on Panama’s North Easter Caribbean coast. Just a short water-taxi trip from Bocas Town, Red Frog offers more than 40 luxury villas with private pools, a marina, the Punta Lava Bar & Grill and El Susurro Spa. Residents and visitors have access to the island’s five beaches with excellent surfing and snorkeling, miles of rainforest trails and a Nature Preserves, a turtle habitat and a cave. Additional activities include a zipline canopy tour, both near-and offshore fishing, and a cave tour. With an average 82°F (27°C) year round temperature, Red Frog beach features soft sand and crystal clear warm blue water. Just nine degrees above the equator, this tropical rainforest island offers the opportunity to live in paradise.
Set in the jungle just steps from the beach, residential housing on Red Frog Beach includes the half-acre lot Villas at Red Frog, the third to full-acre premium island lots, exclusive Ocean Condos and Suites and Jungle Lodges. Additionally, the Private Residence Club offers five weeks per year of use in deeded fractional ownership: villas on half-acre estates completely furnished and including a beautiful private pool. For the boat enthusiast or yacht owners, premier marina slips in hurricane-free waters offer a deep-water home afloat. Slip sizes range from 40 feet to over 110 feet.
Visit Red Frog Bungalows all-inclusive resort, an owner-operated resort with its own boat fleet, experienced guides and certified lifeguard. Next to Bastimentos National Park, home to sloths, tropical birds and many other animals, Red Frog Beach offers something for every island residents. Available activities in this totally green, carbon-neutral resort include snorkeling, surfing tours, fishing tours, paddleboard rentals, beach volleyball, kayaking and zipline/canopy tour … all on a beautiful white sandy beachfront within an amazing jungle setting.
Bocas del Toro is accessible either by air or by boat, with most visitors flying into the Bocas del Toro “Isla Colon” International Airport. Reaching Red Frog Beach and other islands and islets requires a private boat or water taxi. Although there are a few roads between cities, very few people own cars. A ferry regularly runs between Bocas Town and Almirante with limited passenger space.