El Valle de Anton, a picturesque town nestled in the 2nd biggest living crater of a huge extinct volcano, and ringed by verdant forests and jagged peaks.
Home to an impressive set of waterfalls and natural pools.
The valley is unique because of the weird square trees, which grew on the volcanic soil. The rectangular shape of trees is directly related to the conditions of the valley – when planted in any other location, the trees would have normal circular trunks.
The Embera natives are among the seven Amerindian ethnic groups still present in Panama. Originally from the Darien province, several families of Embera natives settled near the Chagres River many years ago and developed an ecotourism project allowing them to maintain their way of life and their customs in the face of development of the modern world.
Ride a canoe up the Chagres River. Walk to a jungle waterfall, and visit a traditional Embera village.
The Gamboa rainforest is an opportunity to experience the jungle first hand and to have close encounter with wildlife.
The easiest way for you to have close-up contact with monkeys in their natural habitat on Monkey Island.
Get to ride a boat on the famous Panama Canal beside large container ships.
Travel 80km between the Caribbean Ocean (Colon) till the Pacific Ocean (Panama City). alongside the Panama Canal by the unique Panama Canal Railway.
Enjoy Panama City by night.