Tides for Playa Coronado Area, Panama
February 2016 Tide Table
Tide Table Playa Coronado Area, Panama
Here is the tide table for February 2016 in the Playa Coronado Area of Panamá Republic Central America. These are good for the Pacific Ocean Side including Punta Chame, San Carlos, Punta Barco, Punta Barco Viejo, El Palmar, Rancho Viejo, Gorgona, Nueva Gorgona, Malibu, Las Lajas, Las Uvas, Santa Clara, Playa Corona, Rio Mar, Rio Hato, Bejuco and Farallon.
Tides on the Pacifico Oceano in Panamá can be very crucial for the enjoyment of your day, as if you take a walk down the beach at low tide you could end up swimming back. Some areas of the beach are gone at high tide as the water reaches the sea walls and cliffs. This large fluctuation in tide levels however provides for some great shell and creature scouting around exposed rocks during times of lower tides.
We are sure to go explore the beaches at low tide often and see what is hiding just below the surface. These tides also affect surfing conditions as some beaches have a shelf that create ideal surfing waves at particular tide levels. You can also use low tide to identify areas where large rocks are so you can avoid these areas during high tide and avoid injuries from hiding rocks.
The tides, sunrises and sunsets are amazing sight in Panamá Central America, so be sure if you ever visit to get up around 6 am and watch the sunrise. Playa Coronado in Panama Republic is located just over an hours drive from Panama City and is certainly worth visiting. Many “Gringos” that speak English reside in this community whom are from all over the world, however majority are from Canada and USA. These “Gringos” are full of many stories of adventure and travel around this world as they are “doers” that experience life in many places rather than just in the town they were born in. Panamá is a true melting pot of many cultures from around the world.
Thanks for stopping by our website, if you have any questions, comments or input, feel free to contact us anytime.