Chiriquí, located at the westernmost region of Panama, is the province with the largest agricultural yield of the country due to is fertile earth of volcanic origins. It is a land of great beauty and its towns, high in the mountain range, have earned the name of Valley of the Moon. The whole province offers a great variety of attractive features such as its beaches and islands in the Gulf of Chiriquí to its woodland surrounding the Baru Volcano. More than 100 years of tradition as coffee growers have earn this land international prizes for the quality of its crops. The local cuisine is very much appreciated and renowned for its exquisite and exotic flavors.