Bocas del Toro is a territory of Panama. Its region is 4,643.9 square kilometers, including the terrain and nine principle islands. The area comprises of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago, Bahia Almirante Bay, Chiriqui Lagoon, and neighboring territory. Other significant urban areas or towns incorporate Almirante and Changuinola. The territory has a populace of 125,461 starting at 2010.
Christopher Columbus and his group initially went to the zone in 1502. Bocas del Toro fringes the Caribbean Sea toward the north, Limon Province of Costa Rica toward the west, Chiriqui Province toward the south, and Ngobe-Bugle Comarca toward the east. The Rio Sixaola structures some portion of the fringe with Costa Rica. An old railroad connect traverses the stream amongst Guabito and Sixaola, Costa Rica. The extension is a fringe crossing utilized by sightseers going between goals in Bocas del Toro and Costa Rica.
The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute works an examination station on Colon Island only northwest of Bocas Town. There are numerous banana estates in Bocas del Toro, regularly called the oro verde, or green gold of Central America. The national stops in the region are Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park, which contains a large portion of Isla Bastimentos and some littler adjacent islands and reaches out into the vast nature save at the Red Frog Beach Island Resort, and La Amistad International Park Parque Internacional La Amistad, which traverses the Costa Rica– Panama outskirt.