The Republic of Panama is located between North and South Americas and divides the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans. It borders with Colombia and Costa Rica, in the south it is washed by the Pacific Ocean, and in the north by the Caribbean Sea (total length of the coastline is 2490 km). Panama also owns the islands of Koiba and Taboga, the archipelagos of Las Perlas and Islas Sekas in the Pacific, and the island of Isla Grande, the archipelagos of Bocas del Toro and San Blas in the Caribbean sea, and many small islands along both coasts. The total area of the country is about 78.2 thousand square km (with islands). The Cordillera de Veraguua and the Cordillera de San Blas mountain chains stretch the whole territory of Panama. The Baru volcano (3475 m) is the highest point in Panama.
Subequatorial, humid, with very small temperature fluctuations. The average monthly temperature is 25-28 C, the water temperature near the coast is about +24 C year round. The climate is rainy tropical on the Caribbean coast and the northern slopes of the mountains. The best time to travel to Panama is a dry season that lasts from mid-December to mid-April.
Fishing: dorado, rooster fish, several snapper species, tuna, sea bass, yellowtail, long-range mackerel, mackerel. Black, blue and striped marlins are caught in abundance almost all winter very close to the shore, making this direction very popular among admirers of these species.
Season / trophies (prime time):
Black Marlin – January-May
Dorado – November-January
Wahu – May-November
Sailing fish – January-February
We can offer you an outstanding lodge, already visited by our best tourists more than once.
The Lodge is located to the south of David – in Quebrada de Piedra, Chiriqui.
The famous National Marine Park – Coiba National Marine Park, which consists of the island of Koiba (the largest island in Central America) and 37 surrounding islands and islets, each about 30 miles from Panama on the coast in Chiriqui Bay.
The program “Fishing in Panama”:
Arriving to Panama, domestic flight to David
Meeting by the representative of the lodge. Transfer to the lodge, accommodation, rest.
2-6 days – Fishing from 8 am to 6 pm, with a break for lunch.
Day 7 – Transfer to David airport, the way home.
The Lodge possesses 8 rooms / maximum capacity of 15 people.
There are also 2 new villas for guests’ attention. One of the villas / 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms + private swimming pool.
The daily routine and fishing are coordinated with the fishermen every evening.
Breakfast at 7 … 7-30, the time is agreed in the evening before.
Fishing until 18-00, with lunch stop
Return to the lodge by 18-30 … 19-00, rest, dinner.
6 boats with center console control
1 boat / 31 f / Contender / with a new engine-twin Suzuki 175 hp / 350 hp / 4-stroke /
4 boats / 27 f / Contenders / with a new Suzuki engine 175 hp / 350 hp / 4 stroke /
1 boat / 26 l / Bluefin / c twin Suzuki engine 150 hp / 300 hp / 4-stroke engine /
Spanish – official, English, Indian dialects.
Balboa, equal to 100 sentissimo. American dollar is free. Foreign currency can be exchanged in all branches of the National Bank, including the airport, as well as in numerous exchange offices (“casadecambio”). You can exchange almost any international currency in the capital of the country, dollar and euro are preferred in the province. Credit cards of the world’s leading systems are accepted for payment everywhere. MasterCard, AmericanExpress, DinersClub and Visa are the most widely used types of payment systems.
Tipping is 5-10% of the invoice amount, accepted in dollars and in balboa, in large restaurants and hotels often already enter the amount of the bill.
110 volts. In most modern hotels – 220 volts.
The country’s international dialing code is 507. The outgoing international code is 00.
electronics, clothing and cosmetics in the zone of duty-free trade in the city of Colón; molas – bright textile products with handmade applications typical of the Kuna culture; crafts made from a nut tagua (an elephant palm nut) with carvings, figurines of animals from coconuts, wicker baskets of palm leaves.
rice with meat, vegetables and rice, beans, dishes from maize, fish, seafood. Drinks: coffee with milk, tea “mate”, freshly squeezed juices. Alcoholic beverages: beer, chicha and rum.