The smell of coffee fills the foothills of the highest mountain in Panama and, from its summit, you may enjoy a breathtaking view of the two seas that bathe the continent. From the roof of the country to the volcanic islands in the south lays a province where adventure is the everyday flavor.
Los Quetzales trail runs through the region’s cloud forests and connects Cerro Punta with Boquete, a mecca for hiking, climbing and rafting. To the south, dozens of islands are home to sea turtles, cetaceans and constitute a paradise for birdwatchers. In addition, the Gulf of Chiriqui is one of the best sites for catching Marlin. Large snappers, dolphins, manta rays and hammerhead sharks abound.
There are many reasons to fall in love with Chiriqui.
Here you will find the tallest mountain in Panama, Baru Volcano. With a cool climate in its higher elevations and excellent access roads. Internationally famous coffee for coffee lovers. The Quetzales route connects rural communities of Cerro Punta and Boquete. Outdoor activities such as excursions, alpinism, hiking and river rafting. It is located at the southwestern part of Panama surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. The capital, David, has a warmer climate. Favorite destinations: Boquete, Volcan, Cerro Punta, Bambito, Islas Secas, Isla Palenque, Sendero Los Quetzales, Isla Bolaños, Parque Cervantes.
Discover a spectacular land full of nature’s contrasts and hidden surprises.