Cambutal Beach

This beach in the province of Los Santos, on the famous Azuero Peninsula, is ideal for surfing. With just a little bit of exploration, every surfer will find a wave to his liking in Cambutal. There is the "411", which breaks from right to left and runs at mid to high tide, the '"Dinosaur", which has a reef bottom, and "Short-circuit", because in the summer at low tide it becomes a tubular wave.

The village of Cambutal is located at the most southern tip of Panama's Azuero Peninsula in the province of Los Santos.

How to arrive

  • Car: From Panama City, take the Pan-American Highway until Divisa, where you turn off towards Las Tablas, capital of the province of Los Santos. Upon arriving at the main park, in front of the Santa Librada Church, turn left and then right at the second street which will take you to the village of Tonosí. Continue on to the village of Cambutal, where the sea will come into view after crossing a small bridge.

What to bring

  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen


  • Walking
  • Surfing