Isla Bastimentos is in the archipelago and province of Bocas del Toro, Panama. It is about 20 square miles which makes it one of the ten largest islands in Panama.
Isla Bastimentos can be reached by boat only. The island is mostly jungle. There are no roads, cars or airstrips.
There are indigenous villages, one small town, a national marine park, a few developments, eco lodges, and individual home sites. Frogs, turtles, monkeys, sloths and other animals make Isla Bastimentos their home. The windward side of Bastimentos includes many beaches and great surf sites.