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About Bocas del Toro

Simply known as Bocas Town, Bocas-del-Toro is the capital of Panama sitting on the main island of Isla Colon in an island chain off the Caribbean coastline. It is the bustling central hub where you will find a plethora of restaurants, funky cafes, shops, a dynamic nightlife and coworking spaces. This is where the TV series "Survivor" has been filmed on numerous occasions.

For wandering professionals of the remote working kind who chase endless stretches of beach, this is where you will find not only a coworking space to set up shop with your laptop in a shared office, but the stunning beaches of Boca del Drago and Starfish Beach. For those looking for creative inspiration, the colorful Caribbean-style clapboard houses and the ease of exploring remote beaches via water taxis will give your brain room to roam in the "what-if" realms. And, for those that are local professionals, coworking is the perfect alternative to the hefty costs of your own office space.

A seaside magnet for those looking for a slower pace, Bocas Town will give you the choice of grabbing a hot desk for a short time in a shared office space or your own office if you decide to linger for a lot longer. The friendly locals will welcome you with open arms. Where Christopher Columbus frolicked in 1502, Bocas Town is a tad easier to get to these days even if you don't have a boat. A hot spot for laptop totting wanderers looking for a professional coworking space in a slice of paradise, it is the perfect spot for those into zip lining through rainforests or scuba diving amidst a rainbow of fish during their lunch break. Spanish is the official language, but English is widely spoken so you should not have too many lost in translation moments.