The sudden left off the Pan-American highway coming from Panama City indicates the start of the beach towns coming from the capital. The road leading to the beach is narrow and curvy, and takes patience to arrive at the end of the peninsula, but is well worth the wait. Sand dollars dot the white-grey sand and tranquil waters make it a popular kite-surfing destination. Despite its natural beauty, Punta Chame remains rather deserted through the year.
The bay of Chame is highly regarded for its tranquil waters and breeze, ideal for sports like kitesurfing. From the south of Punta Chame you can travel to the islands of Otoque and Toboga. The small town of Punta Chame has less than 500 inhabitants.