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This had been our biggest nightmare so far in Panama. We took s taxi from casco Viejo and as the park is hugeeee they wanted to drop us just somewhere and we can walk. Came back to hotel. Took a new taxi and another 30...More
Birding in the jungle/forest along the Canal is superb! Even in the rainy season, there is lots to see and do. There are many areas where you have easy access -- beware, that there are also quite a few dirt roads, and in the rainy...More
Soberania Nature Reserve, containing the second largest rainforest in the western hemisphere. The rainforest is home to more than 100 species of animals and 1,300 plant species and is only a 20-minute drive from the capital, Panama City.
From the Rainforest resort in Sobernaina National Park I took the Aerial tour.
It was good - but for two main reasons:
1) The incredible view from the top
2) Was able to hear and then see many Howler Monkeys
However, you may do this...More
We took a Pipeline Trail tour with Miguel Ibarra from Panama Road Trips. Our group was just my two children and myself. It is so worth paying for a guide! We spotted lots of birds, howler monkeys, white-face monkeys, agudis, coati mundis, frogs, saw feline...More
We got there around 11am in the middle of March which is the dry season. First, if you want to see birds, you need to be there early; second, dry season in the rain forest is not really that marvelous. The climb is not at...More
Our group of six, including our 14 year old grandson, booked three nights with Canopy Tower. We hiked the Pipeline Road/Gamboa, including Semiphore Hill and Summit Ponds. We were accompanied by two expert guides from the Tower. They pointed out so many birds, and sloths...More
Not anymore than in other places in Panama. I have never had to use a mosquito repellent while going there, but I usually use long pants and long sleeve shirts, since you're walking in a tropical forest the insects besides... More
Not anymore than in other places in Panama. I have never had to use a mosquito repellent while going there, but I usually use long pants and long sleeve shirts, since you're walking in a tropical forest the insects besides mosquitos may be attracted to you...hahaha