Panama: Red Frog Beach

Just 30 miles from Costa Rica with luxurious accommodation and a host of amenities and activities, this is one of Panama’s premiere island resorts.

This Caribbean island resort is safely out of the hurricane belt and includes some of the world’s most exotic scenery and wildlife as well as unique adventures. Guests can experience an underground cave tour, relax in the El Susurro Spa, visit a monkey habitat, observe nesting sea turtles and explore miles of trails that all lead to one of the world’s most beautiful sandy shores, Red Frog Beach. Travellers will also be able to enjoy the brand new multi-million dollar beach club complete with infinity-edge pools, waterfalls and a new restaurant. The Red Frog IGY Marina also caters to vessels up to 300 feet with deep water access.

Along with a number of value-added perks such as excursions in the jungle and treatments in the resort’s spa, guests who book the Island Nights package will receive every fourth night free in one of the resort’s accommodations – ranging from one-bedroom suites to six-bedroom villas and jungle lodges.

The jungle lodges are located in the Red Frog Beach Jungle Village, hidden among the tropical flora of Bastimentos, on a hill overlooking the Caribbean to the north. Secluded and private, the Jungle Village includes an exclusive pool, full kitchen, palapa and the occasional monkey swinging through. These Balinese style one-and-two-bedroom units are eco-friendly with incredible views and feature direct access to the beaches. Villas include a full kitchen, private plunge pools, expansive terraces and professionally decorated interiors. Island seascapes peer out to Caribbean cays and lush tropical vegetation with unparalleled access to beaches and island pathways.

Ownership opportunities at Red Frog include a variety of properties ranging from $84,900 to $2.5 million and include private villas, ocean condos, island lots, jungle lodges, Residence Club units, marina slips and the newly launched Blue Pearl Island Suites.

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