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Archive for the ‘San San Pond Sak' Category

2013 San San Pond Sak Wetlands Weekend Trips

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Click here for 2013’s Calendar of Trips to Panama’s Top Attractions… The San San Pond Sak Wetlands Reserve are a complex of lakes, streams, swamps, rivers and beaches in the western part of the Bocas del Toro province, on the mainland district of Changuinola. The wetlands are the natural habitat for several endangered species such…

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2013 Calendar of Trips & Excursions to Panama’s Top Natural Attractions

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Looking for where to learn Spanish in Latin America? As of late, Panama is one of the hottest travel destinations! According to the Forbes Travel Guide your next trip should be to Panama Featured in January 2013’s Edition of Condé Nast Traveler #1 in The New York Times list of 45 Places to Go Included…

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Where the Turtles Come to Nest & Manatees Play

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Language Travel Consultant, François-Xavier Boulanger-Nadeau, takes the weekend off from his normal duties to guide a group of Spanish students to the wetlands of San San Pond Sak in search of sea turtles and manatees. This is the first part of his story. Saturday, 9:00 AM. Everybody is settled and sitting in the lancha. There…

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