Bluff Beach is one of the best beaches of Bocas del Toro Archipelago, its a very yellow sandy beach and fringed by the rain forest that serves as setting for this amazing scenery.
Bluff Beach is a Municipal Reserve and is set to become a National Park which will maintain the place pristine and without the usual negative impact of uncontrolled development.
Bluff Beach is a nesting place for at least three species of endangered sea turtles; Leatherback, Hawksbill and Green, they return to the beach every year to lay their eggs after a long pilgrimage through the Caribbean Sea.
These areas are separated by a sandy road, and presents a rich biodiversity that has been characterized in several studies. There are coastal streams, large expanses of beach, abundant flora and the presence of mammals, reptiles, birds and insect’s that are representative of the.