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Bocas del Toro, an archipelago off the Caribbean coast of Panama, boasts a vibrant history shaped by indigenous tribes, European colonization, and Afro-Caribbean influences. Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1502, this tropical paradise became a strategic port for Spanish conquistadors and later, a hub for banana trade. Today, Bocas del Toro province is celebrated for its stunning beaches, rich biodiversity, and unique cultural fusion, attracting travelers from around the globe seeking adventure and relaxation.

Brief History of Bocas del Toro: Panama's Jewel

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