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This 265-hectare national treasure is located within Panama City’s Ancon district, and is the only protected area in Central America located within city boundaries. Standing along the Panama Canal’s eastern shore, it’s home to dozens of species of...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Avenue Juan Pablo II final, Panama City 0843-03129, Panama
All reviews leaf cutter ants nice hike mono titi city limits easy trail walking trails butterfly house bring water titi monkeys blue butterflies two toed sloth tropical forest great view of the city highest point bird watching entrance fee bird species
A great place to go for a hike in the middle of Panama City. There are several different trails to choose from. Go to the ranger station to pay for entry and they will help advise you on which trails to choose and the estimated...More
The best way to get there is by car, taxi or Uber. At the main office, Juan was very helpful in explaning the different trails and led me to the entrance of the trail and showing me the best way to go. I saw a...More
The best and cheapest way to get there is go to Albrook terminal bus metro. Then take a taxi to the park. He wanted $4 I said $3 and he said OK.
The trail is easy but mostly uphill nice hike an at the top...More
Easy and short cab ride from Albrook mall. Nice short hikes. We saw wildlife including a sloth who lives in the giant mango tree near the office. Nice for a little exercise and some great views, bring water...it is in the shade but still hot....More
A nice area really close to the city with rainforest and clearly marked hiking trails. I went on the longest trail during about two hours in the afternoon. I saw two sloths and a group of coatis. The staff by the visitors centre was really...More
There are four main trails that you can hike that total about 3 miles (or 5 km) and are all connected. The trails range from very easy to mildly intermediate--my friend was able to complete all of it in flip flops! All the trails are...More
This was our first adventure of the trip and it was a good way to start. We hiked through a cool forest and got to see amazing views of the city and countryside. If you want to see animals then I suggest you get out...More
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Take an Uber cab! Tickets at park, not busy at all. Really nice walks with a bit of uneven terrain/hills not too strenous will take 2/3 hours. It really is a jungle in town; hot and sweaty with city views. We saw many birds... More
Take an Uber cab! Tickets at park, not busy at all. Really nice walks with a bit of uneven terrain/hills not too strenous will take 2/3 hours. It really is a jungle in town; hot and sweaty with city views. We saw many birds, insects, butterflies, monkeys and quite a few sloths. I think we were lucky!