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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Playa Damas Colon Panama

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Playa Damas or Damas Beach on the coast of the province of Colón, to the Atlantic, has calm waters and small waves of coral and is known in this way because the white and golden sand.

A beach with turquoise water and sand beige in Costa Arriba de Colón. Is 1.5 km from Nombre de Dios. The calm waters on one side with coral and the other with small waves.

There are plenty of spaces for camping, the coast is medium long and full of entries from the sea. There are small beaches and clear in the jungle good to put the store.

For accommodation there are summer houses that are rented, and a family that can cook for a large group. In the houses there drinking water available.

Location Playa Damas Colon Panama

How to get to Playa Damas Colon Panama ?

To visit Playa Damas you must first get to Nombre de Dios, where you will get a motor boat to Playa Damas. From Panama City go to Nombre de Dios by road through the Simon Bolivar Highway, continuing via the Transisthmian Highway or via the North Corridor to avoid city traffic. When you reach Sabanitas, turn to the right and go straight for approximately 45 Kms to reach Portobelo. From Portobelo go further 8.3. Kms until a crossroad, where you must then turn right and go straight for about 16 Kms until you reach the center of the town.

Weather in  Playa Damas Colon Panama

Tropical Climate and average temperature is 79ºF.

Suggestions for Playa Damas Colon Panama

You need to take sunscreen, bug repellent, light clothing, bathing suit and hat.

Activities in Playa Damas Colon Panama

  • Boat Rides
  • Camping
  • Expeditions
  • Fishing
  • Kayacing
  • Marine Life Observation
  • Nature Walks
  • Recreational Tours
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling

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