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Red Frog Beach Island Resort & Spa's Island Nights Package Invites Guests to Stay One More Day in Paradise

Resort Extends Fourth Night Free Package to Celebrate New Beach Club

BOCAS DEL TORO, PA. October 4, 2017 - Red Frog Beach Island Resort & Spa, one of Panama’s premiere island resorts, invites guests to make the most of their Caribbean vacation by booking the Island Nights package. Along with a number of value-added perks such as excursions in the jungle and treatments in the resort’s spa, travelers who book the Island Nights package will receive every fourth night free in one of the resorts luxury villas or jungle lodges. In addition to five miles of stunning beaches, Red Frog Beach Resort offers a brand-new beach club and restaurant as well as a spa, canopy zip line, water sport activity center, many island tours and excursions, and eight miles of rainforest trails.

Whether guests are looking for a relaxing escape or a thrilling adventure, Red Frog Beach Island Resort’s Island Nights package has something to please everyone. The Island Night’s package includes:

· Complimentary fourth night when booking three consecutive nights

· Two specialty cocktails

· Two canopy zipline passes

· One 60-minute Massage

· Roundtrip airport pickup and island boat transport

· Access to the brand-new Beach Club

· Private pool in each villa accommodation

· Complimentary Wi-Fi

Rates for the Island Nights Package start at $130 for two in a Jungle Lodge or $182 for two in an upscale private villa. To book the Island Nights Package visit: http://redfrogbeach.com/island-nights/.

The Jungle Lodges are located in the Red Frog Beach Jungle Village, hidden among the tropical flora of Bastimentos, situated on a hill overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Secluded and private, the Jungle Village includes an exclusive pool, full kitchen, palapa and the occasional monkey swinging through the area. These Balinese style one-and-two-bedroom units are eco-friendly, with incredible views and feature direct access to the beaches.

Villas at Red Frog Beach include a full kitchen, private plunge pools, expansive terraces and vibrant Caribbean décor. Views to be enjoyed from the villas’ spacious terraces include Caribbean cays and lush tropical vegetation. Nature surrounds the villas with unparalleled access to beaches and island pathways.

The island resort includes some of the world’s most exotic scenery and wildlife as well as unique adventures. Guests can experience an underground cave tour, relax in the full-service El Susurro Spa, visit a monkey habitat, observe nesting sea turtles and explore miles of trails that all lead to one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, Red Frog Beach. Travelers will also be able to enjoy the brand-new beach club complete with infinity-edge pools, waterfalls and a new restaurant.

Additionally, Red Frog Beach offers a wide range of residential properties and land for sale starting from USD $98,000 to USD $810,000. From Island Condos spanning 650 square feet to large Villa Estates stretching 3,000 square feet across five bedrooms, Red Frog Beach has options for every buyer looking for an island retreat and real estate investment.

About Red Frog Beach Island Resort & Spa

Red Frog Beach Island Resort & Spa, which has just added a multi-million-dollar beach club enhancement (perfect for yoga retreats weddings or unique group events), is situated adjacent to an environmentally protected national marine park and overlooks its namesake beach, Red Frog Beach which is regarded as one of the world’s best beaches. The resort was designed to complement the natural landscape it inhabits and prides itself on being a responsible ecotourism destination. It is the first resort in Panama to be Green Globe Certified. In addition to five miles of stunning beaches, Red Frog Beach Resort offers a beachfront restaurant, spa, canopy zip line, water sport activity center, a deep water IGY marina, many island tours and excursions, and eight miles of rainforest trails. From one-bedroom suites to six-bedroom villas and jungle lodges, Red Frog Beach Island Resort offers accommodations for groups of all sizes. With a wide range of accommodation options and activities available, the resort is an excellent destination for families, romantic getaways and groups.

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