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05 - Anton valley

From USD 75

Visit the Anton Valley, a peaceful village which has become one of the favorite places that expatriates decide to retire to in Panama. 


Includes:

  • Transportation (with pick-up at Hotel)
  • Guide
  • Entrance fees to all activities inside the Anton Valley
  • Bottled Water

From USD 75

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  • Tour starts at your Panama City Hotel, where we will pick you up
  • This activity takes place in the Pacific Side of Panama. Transfer time will be approximately 120 minutes. Arrive at the Anton Valley, where you will visit the 3 highlights of this unique site. 
  • Site #1, you will visit “El Chorro Waterfall” together with it’s beautiful trail 
  • Site #2, the Thermal Waters, where you can relax and enjoy the peace that surrounds you
  • Site #3, the Nispero, a Zoo where people takes care of some of the endemic species after they were found injured in the forest.
  • Last but not least, you’ll enjoy some free time to visit and walk thru the Handicraft Market, where you will have the opportunity to buy some souvenirs and to interact with the Panamanian people.
  • Drive back to your City Hotel

Board your air-conditioned coach for a two-hour drive on the Pan-American Highway from Panama City to El Valle.

En route, you’ll cross the Bridge of the Americas, which joins South America and Central America. You’ll have a unique view of the Panama Canal entrance and take in the scenery of the beautiful and lush countryside.

El Valle, a picturesque and singular town in the Panamanian hinterland, is set at the bottom of an old volcanic crater. Upon arrival, visit the El Chorro Waterfall area, surrounded by tropical rain forest. A beautiful trail allows you to appreciate the flora and fauna of the area. You will also stop at the Thermal Waters for some free time to enjoy this unique activity.

Before returning to the Hotel, there is some time at the local handicraft market; don’t miss this opportunity to buy some souvenirs and to interact with the Panamanian people.

Route

  1. Panama City