Electricity for All

Due to its remote location, the archipelago of Bocas del Toro sometimes suffers from the disadvantage of random power outages. Until now, Isla Colon, the main island,…

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Eco Footprint Bocas

Once again, volunteers have come together to benefit our islands. Thanks to the coordinating efforts of people who truly want to make a different Bocas is getting cleaner…

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Signs of Life – Renewed: Riptide Warning Signs

By Larry Shane, Coordinator, RipTide Warning Signs Project No one — not one swimmer, has drowned in a riptide on Bocas beaches since Riptide Warning Signs were installed 4 years…

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Updates: The Beach Bar Fundraiser

The BBQ party put on this weekend and hosted by Martin & Nicole at The Beach Bar at Bluff Beach was a huge success. They received $5178 during…

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Flora and Fauna in Bocas

By Emma Button Flora Among many things, Bocas is famous for its diverse varieties of wildlife, flora and fauna that are present across the area. From the sandy…

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First Large Boat to be Built in Bocas in Over 150 Years

  There was a time when Bocas was a bustling seaport. It started in the earliest days of exploration and exploitation after Columbus first charted these waters. Unique to the…

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Coming Soon: It’s Chili Time in Bocas!

The Ninth Annual Bocas Chili Challenge will be held at The Bocas Brewery, located on the beach at the fairgrounds. The date of the annual event is on…

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Attention All Bocas Residents and Tourists

Employees of Supermarket Christina, located on Third Street, Isla Colon, were apprehended August 8, for dumping waste from their market into the sea. Charges have…

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