6 Great attractions in Panama
Yes we have paradisiac beaches and the marvelous
wonder of engineering the Panama Canal but aside from that the country has even more unique experiences and wonders to offer. For instance… Here you have five
1. La Yeguada
A massive stratovolcano located in Veraguas Province, Panama, north of the Azuero Peninsula . If you decide to go to La Yeguada, you will be visiting one of the most attractive and hospitable places in Panama.
Its clear skies, the lake, and its pine forest, make this place something wonderful and impressive. Spending the night here is an experience to never forget; The wonderful lake reflecting the thousands and thousands of stars of the sublime clear sky. Here you breathe serenity and harmony, perfect balance with our nature. Its natural trails, waterfalls, viewpoints, mountains, and lagoons make this site a place to visit if you enjoy camping in inspiring places.
2. Geographic Fact!
Panama is the only country in the world where you can see the sun rise on the Pacific and set on the Atlantic because of its angle. So venture on and witness by yourself this unique bucket list worth experience.
3. Casco Viejo / Casco Antiguo
Undergoing a huge transformation is a must stop by in the city. El Arco Chato, Plaza Bolivar with its historic buildings and charming outdoor restaurants & Iglesia de San Jose and its Golden Altar which was hidden by Captain Henry Morgan
Known in the past to have been controlled by gangs currently recovering it’s charm at a really fast pace that you have to witness.
4. Monkey Island: Close encounter with nature
The Monkey Island adventure tour begins on the edge of Gamboa, crossing the Chagres River, up to the Gatun Lake in the Panama Canal. The easiest way for you to have close-up contact with monkeys such as white-face, howlers and geoffres´s tamarine.
5. Isla iguana Craters of dropped bombs dated from the WWII
Isla Iguana: the top natural attraction of the Azuero Peninsula offering a white sand beach and beautiful crystal clear waters. Isla Iguana is a secluded paradise, considered a wildlife refugee, inhabited only by rare birds, giant lizards and purple and red crabs.
One interesting fact about the island is that it was used as a practice bombing range by the U.S Air Force during World War II, leaving huge craters across the island that you can still see, especially if you do the trail or from the lighthouse in the middle of the island.
6.The Highlands of Boquete:
A small town on the Caldera River, in western Panama. The surrounding Chiriquí Highlands are home to coffee plantations and the Barú Volcano National Park, to the west. Known for its cool, fresh climate and pristine natural surroundings. Flowers, coffee, vegetables and citrus fruits flourish in its rich soil, and the friendliness of the locals seems to rub off on everyone who passes through.
In conclusion, the tiny country of the canal isn’t just the canal. It has many more attractions to discover and wonders for us to enjoy. 🙂
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