All of our tour groups are small with a maximum of five guests per guide.
Hiking and rapelling day
This amazing hike begins in privately-owned Falling Waters, into remote virgin cloud forest of the Amistad National Park, surrounding the perimeter of Volcan Baru National Park. The trail parallels Quebrada La Mina, a gorgeous creek that spilling into the Rio Caldera. With more than a hunder of bird species native to the area, including the elusive Resplendent Quetzal, birding opportunities abound. Not only does this hike offer the chance to see beautiful waterfalls and rare birds, it also provides unique opportunities to observe howler monkeys and white face monkeys. enjoy a picnic at the base of one of Boquete's most exquisite waterfalls, and rejuvenate with an invigorating shower. Also we are going to be able to do rapelling in these amazing cloud forest and decent on the crystal clear water of these creek on a waterfall of 30 ft.Please be advised that you would need warm clothing and a rain jacket if you have one.more →