Please enjoy the “Cold ain’t for me” official music video by Oceans which was shot in Bocas del Toro right here at Azul Paradise. Imagine this experience for yourself. This video shows a mix of our surf season and the dry season. Bocas is the perfect place to visit all year round.
There is always something worth seeing, doing or tasting in Panama all year round. Though it’s always warm, Panama has two seasons and the Caribbean side in Bocas del Toro has different weather from the Pacific side of Panama.
The Green Season (which is also known as our surf season) is broken up a bit. December through January is when you see all the professional surfers catching the first flight to Bocas to surf our world-class waves. February still has a bit of a swell but through the month, it turns into the season of flat seas.
By the time March hits we are usually flat as a lake and back to sunshine all day. ☀️ Each year varies with no guarantee, but we usually plan for March through the end of June to be filled with sunshine and light rains. Once July and August arrive, we prepare for surf season again and find ourselves outside learning to ride the waves.
September and October until mid-November (we wait for this season all year long) has such Instagram-worthy weather. The marine life is out, baby dolphins are being born, baby turtles are hatching and you can see whale sharks.
In our opinion, it’s always a good time to come to Panama.
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Chasing Sunsets all year round in our never-ending summer.
Azul is the Best of two worlds: two Islands, twice the magic. Relax on the private beaches at our off the grid resort of over-the-water Bungalows and then enjoy your time on the main island of Isla Colon which has bustling shops, ATVs, Island trails, and