Panama’s Best Hiking Destinations | Panama Special Report
There’s no better place than Panama for those who love to connect with nature through hiking.
This tiny country boasts mountains, a volcano, craters, valleys, jungles, rainforest, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, and more—and many have easily-accessible hiking trails.
Panama is the second most biodiverse nation in Central America, home to 940 bird species, 10,000 plant varieties, and over 200 kinds of mammals, as well as 125 species that don’t exist anywhere else in the world.
The Panamanian government wants to boost the tourism industry, and is developing projects designed to make the Isthmus more attractive for tourists. There are more opportunities than ever to explore Panama’s great outdoors.
There are trails for every experience and comfort level throughout the country… from paved paths in Panama City’s metropolitan park to the demanding, six- to eight-hour climb up Volcán Barú.
This guide gives you insight into Panama’s top hiking spots, filling you in on everything you need to know to enjoy a day on the trail, including how to arrive, what to expect from the hike, and any advice you need to know to make your adventure a success.
From Panama City to Boquete, El Valle de Antón to La Yeguada, Cerro Picacho, and others, learn about Panama’s best places to lose yourself in nature…