Boca Chica is a city in Gulf of Chiriquí.
Boca Chica is located on the western Pacific shore of Panama, near the border of Costa Rica. Boca Chica is on the shore of the Gulf of Chiriquí (Golfo de Chiriquí), which is considered by savvy sport fishermen as one of the best kept secrets in big game fishing. Also in the Gulf are Coiba National Marine Park , Islas Ladrones and Islas Secas, all known for world class scuba diving and snorkeling.
It is a 90 minute drive (32 miles) from David, the capital city of Panama, and is located 18 miles south of the IntraAmerican highway, via the community of Horconcitos, in the San Lorenzo (Panama) District. There is only one road to this town and it ends at the estuary of the Pedregal River with the island of Boca Brava just across the water. This road to the fishing village used to be famously rough, especially during the rainy season, but recent improvements have made it an easier drive.
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