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“The 8 Must-Visit Places in Panama, from City to Coast” According to Lonely Planet

A young lady participating in the 1000 Polleras Parade, Las Tablas, Panama.Panama’s cultural heartland, the Azuero Peninsula plays host to traditional fiestas throughout the year © Jackie Sullivan / 500px

Panama has so many fabulous places to visit and enjoy.  The nature, the culture, the romance…. well hopefully the romance. 🙂

This article is a guide to 8 of the best places to visit in Panama, beyond its world-famous Canal. From pristine coastlines to wildlife-rich tropical forests, Panama has a lot to offer.

One of the recommended destinations is Boquete, a highland town perfect for outdoor adventurers and coffee enthusiasts. Visitors can enjoy activities such as rappelling, rock climbing, and rafting, as well as hiking to the summit of Volcán Barú for a stunning sunrise.  Boquete is also home to shade-grown coffee plantations.  Read on and don’t miss out on all that Panama has to offer.

Lonely Planet

The 8 must-visit places in Panama, from city to coast

Sarah Gilbert – Apr 17, 2022

Excerpt: “Head to Boquete for outdoor adventurers and fabulous coffee

Adrenaline junkies should head to the highland town of Boquete, where adventurers have their pick of rappelling, rock climbing and rafting. From the foothills of Volcán Barú, you can hike up to the summit for a show-stopping sunrise, or whizz above the slopes on a zip line. Hiking along its misty cloud forest trails in search of hidden waterfalls and elusive quetzals, shrouded in greenery and serenaded by birdsong, is a must.

After sweltering in Panama City, Boquete is – quite literally – a breath of fresh air, where shade-grown coffee plantations stretch to the horizon in an undulating patchwork of greens. Sample Panama Geisha, one of the world’s most expensive cups of joe, then feast on farm-to-table fusion fare at Italian-run Retrogusto”.

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