Coco Beach is located in Puerto de Armuelles in the Chiriqui province of Panama. Puerto de Armuelles is known as a vibrant beach town. It is the second-largest city in Chiriqui province with a population near 25,000.
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After evaluating the current numbers of COVID19 cases in Panama, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) has shared that Saturday and Sunday, February 13 and 14 will be total quarantine to avoid celebrations of Carnaval, while Monday 15 will be a normal workday.
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) has shared the allowance of reopening economic activities in the provinces of Panama and Panama Oeste as per February 1st, 2021.
Today we have been hosting 5 virtual tours from Coco Beach! Each tour starts at the Beach Club after which we walk over the beach, through the project and have a look at the ongoing developments.
In the second week of January 2021 a boat without a crew was found on the shoreline of Coco Beach.
In October 2020 part of our team went on a 2-day fishing trip in the Coco Beach area. What was caught during the day was prepared for dinner at night.
A two-hour (73.8 km) drive from Panama City brings you to the breathtaking area of Gatun Lake Farms. While leaving the city you will cross either the ‘Puente de Las Americas’ or ‘Puente Centenario’. Both bridges cross the Panama Canal and connect the city with the Pan-American Highway crossing throughout Panama.
Numerous interesting landmarks can be found in Panama. One of the most impressive landmarks is Lago Gatun, an artificial lake, created during the construction of the Panama Canal.
The lifestyle of Gatun Lake is absolutely different from what you can experience in the city. Surrounded by nature, comfort and good weather, Lake Gatún is one of the best places to live in harmony with the environment and at a temperature of between 20 and 30 ºC throughout the year.