A unique walk through rural communities living in the belly of an extinct volcano’s crater is waiting for you. El Valle de Anton is surrounded by mountains you can hike such as La India Dormida and Cerro Pastoreo that formed after the collapse of the volcano. These trails are the first ones to incorporate protected areas that rural communities use as their main transportation routes. It’s a great way to get closer to the locals and catch majestic scenic views. Valle de Anton is also just about 1 hour drive from some of the best Pacific beaches at Riviera Pacifica where you can cool off after your hike.
If you’re looking for more activities that celebrate Panama’s unique biodiversity, the Green Heritage Experience is where you’ll find them.