Bet you didn’t know these things about backpackers’ favorite place to chill.
BOCAS DEL TORO
When I was accepted to intern for Give and Surf in the summer of 2015, I was ecstatic.A Give & Surf volunteer share how the simple things in Panama changed her life.
It’s hard to express in words what I consider the best experience of my life, but I’ll give it a try!
If you’re heading to Panama, Bocas del Toro is most likely on your itinerary as a relaxing beach getaway.
Below is an interview originally posted on Photographers Without Borders, with their permission, we’re sharing Nicholas’ story in Bocas del Toro at Give and Surf, an organization we support and care immensely about. The interview was written by Mary Cranston.
Packing for Panama should be easy and light! Rain is to be expected.
“I knew almost nothing about what I was getting into on Bocas Del Toro.”
Everything is just a BIT more difficult here in Bocas del Toro, a blisteringly colorful archipelago of islands, cays and islets set in the northern edge of Panama’s Caribbean coast.
Finding common ground: Reflections of a surfer, between waves in Bocas Del Toro.