NATURE

In natural beauty, biodiversity and dazzling landscapes, Panama is incomparable. Near the capital you will find different types of habitats, such as the Chagres National Park, Camino de Cruces, Cerro Ancón, the Soberania National Park and Gamboa.

Due to its geographical position, Panama is a resting point on the route of numerous species of birds that migrate from north to south and vice versa.

Ojo de Agua

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In the corregimiento of Almirante, District of Changuinola is the community of Ojo de Agua, framed by beautiful forests...

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Cerro Ancón (Ancon Hill), Panama City

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Ancon Hill has a dry tropical forest, in the middle of an urban area, where species of flora and fauna coexist, to name...

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National Park sovereignty, Panama City

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It is located 25 kilometers from Panama City; this national park offers three exceptional sites: the Pipeline Road, the...

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La Silampa, Calobre

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El turquesa del agua profunda, verde de la vegetación, brisa constante y sonido inagotable del agua contribuyen a...

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Tierras Altas

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From the impressive Baru Volcano, La Amistad International Park, its coffee producing farms, its incredible...

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Boquete

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Boquete is a natural setting with cool temperatures that invite you to enjoy its exquisite award-winning delicacy...

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Anton

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Pensar en Antón es sentir su radiante sol, estar en sus playas y vislumbrar su luna y las estrellas. En sus tierras,...

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El Valle de Antón

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Visit one of the largest inhabited volcanic craters in the world. Explore nature in its pure state, full of virgin...

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National Parks

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It is interesting that a city like Panama that has execcionales natural areas a few kilometers from the center, where...

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San San Pond Sack

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San San Pond Sack is one of the most important wetlands of the Caribbean Mesoamerican coast. Its biological diversity...

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Santa Fe

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Santa Fe sits in the highlands of Veraguas, an ecological paradise, home to a wide variety of animals and plants...

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Cerro Canajagua

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The majestic and imposing Canajagua Hill, at 830 meters above sea level, will allow you to observe part of the Pacific...

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