“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” — Oscar Wilde
Architect Andres Brenes, best known for designing the world’s sexiest hotel, has created another seductive masterpiece. Within sight of spirited Bocas Town in Bocas Del Toro, Panama, lies an extraordinary Balinese inspired over-the-water getaway, Nayara Bocas del Toro, which rivals the most breathtaking resorts in the world. Our resort’s charismatic host Scott Dinsmore ensures a warm, unforgettable experience for our guests, who enjoy our rare blend of informal spontaneity in an elegant Caribbean setting.
The Worlds First Aerial Beach
Built Over The Water on Stilts
Dining & Cocktails
Things to Do
Swim or snorkel directly from your overwater villa. Or explore the Caribbean waters surrounding our island via kayak or paddleboard. For a secluded snorkeling experience, the small island directly across from the villas hosts breathtaking sea life. Nayara Bocas del Toro cerulean waters are warm year-round. But if you prefer freshwater over saltwater, our stunning clubhouse pool is a serene spot to sunbathe.
Nayara Bocas del Toro Daily VIP Air Service
Panama City to and from Bocas Town
45 Minute Flights
Starting January 1, 2023, Nayara Bocas del Toro guests can now enjoy a seamless travel connection upon their international arrival at Tocumen Airport directly to Bocas del Toro airport on our King Air 200 dedicated for 8 passengers. We operate seven days a week and our flight schedule is as follows:
9:30 AM Daily – Bocas Town to Tocumen airport in Panama City arriving at 10:15AM
4:00 PM Daily – Tocumen airport in Panama City to Bocas Town arriving at 4:45PM
Our VIP Meet & Assist Service is available for international arrivals
Art and Architectural Design
With Rich Balinese Undertones
Protecting our Coral Reefs
We are passionate about preserving the natural beauty of our private island and its waters. Nayara Bocas del Toro is 100% off the grid. Catchment basins store 55,000 gallons of rainwater to provide all of our purified freshwater needs. And the sun generates our electricity in the form of solar power.