If fun and excitement are what you’re after, look no further than and ATV Bocas del Toro Quad adventure with Flying Pirates. This is the number one rated activity on TripAdvisor.com.
It is a fantastic half or full day activity on Isla Colón. If you’ve got a few days to enjoy in Panama, this activity definitely needs to be on your list.
Quadding through the jungle is the best way to see Bocas.
Flying Pirates is the most ambitious and well executed project in the history of tourism on Isla Colón.
Steve and Rhonda van Duzen are an American ex-pat couple who moved to Panama 5 years ago. They have created an extensive network of quad trails into areas of the island that were previously inaccessible. These places are only accessible via strenuous hiking or an exhausting bike ride otherwise.
You’ll be able to see more of the island surroundings in a few hours on an ATV Bocas del Toro adventure with Flying Pirates than you will with any other activity on Isla Colón.
Water taxis, island hopping, and snorkeling are great, but you simply must try the Flying Pirates adventure to experience the inner workings of this tropical island.
ATV riders will experience howler monkeys, jungle canopy, thick mud pits, secret lagoons, and natural jungle landscapes in a short period of time.
To top it all off, the adventure starts & finishes at Skully’s – a brand new beachside bar. Skully’s has a swimming pool and TV’s and is also built by the van Duzens.
There’s no better place to clean up and recap your adventure with your group than over an ice cold brew. Top if off with a delicious plate of food next to the lapping waves and stunning vistas of the Caribbean.
ATV Bocas del Toro is perfect for bachelors, couples, and friends.
While this quad trail will satisfy even the most experienced ATV riders – it’s also suitable for families, older folks and beginners. It is perhaps the most beautiful and diverse quad trail on the planet.
Adventurers ride at their own pace, and clearly marked trails advise which areas to enter and which areas to avoid.
Oh yeah, did we mention, Steve is an actual pirate?