Visit Boquete to get to know the Panamanian country life. This valley in the province of Chiriqui is one of the main destinations producing the fruits and vegetables consumed throughout Panamá. Tour their farms to learn about the ecological processes with which they grow coffee and hydroponic crops. You'll also be able to have direct contact with farm animals, learn about their care and taste many of the foods that are grown in Boquete. Here are eight agrotourism plans for you to enjoy your visit.

1. Boquete Bees and Butterflies

  • Location: Los Naranjos.
  • Getting there: 6 minutes from downtown Boquete along highway Boquete-av. Central.

Boquete Bees and Butterflies is a farm specialized in the production of high-quality honey with exquisite varieties. The farm offers three plans that focus on their specialties, allowing you to explore the farm, including coffee plantations, a garden, and a butterfly lab. Plus, you'll learn about stingless bees and the team's passion for these insects. The experience includes a tasting of honey infusions and medicinal infusions. Don't forget to visit the gift shop for unique and delicious souvenirs.

Tour prices range from $6 to $45. It's open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., although we recommend arriving before 3:00 p.m.

2. Ecoparque Cerro la Cruz

  • Location: Bajo Boquete.
  • Getting there: 4 minutes from highway El Salto.

Los Narajos

This park is dedicated to showing nature, animals, and adventure to the youngest members of the family. In its three themed areas you'll find short trails that lead to viewpoints full of greenery, zip-line, games and picnic areas to spend the day outdoors. On the contact farm, you can feed pigs, sheep and ducks, and take photos with them. 

Entrance fees to the park range from $15 to $29, and you can visit from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

3. Chox Artisan Chocolate

  • Location: Bajo Boquete.
  • Getting there: Downtown Bajo Boquete.

A family-run chocolate shop, it stands out for its organic Panamanian cocoa bonbons and its varied natural fillings. Take part in interactive workshops where, guided by a teacher, you'll create your own chocolates, taking home not only personalized artisan chocolates but also memories to last a lifetime.

The workshop costs approximately $46 per person, and can be done every day from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

4. La Granjerita

  • Location: Bajo Boquete.
  • Getting there: 7 minutes from downtown Bajo Boquete along street 2 North.

La Granjerita farm, Boquete

Visit this farm to see organic crops of carrots, colorful cauliflowers, lettuce, blackberries, strawberries. You'll also be able to see farm animals and the educational project "The Magic of Nature", where fruit characters teach children about the importance of healthy eating. Don't miss out on stopping by their shop to meet La Titi, protagonist of the project's first book.

Visiting La Granjerita has an entrance fee ranging from $12.50 to $22.50 and you can do it every Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

5. Bajo Mono Farm

  • Location: Bajo Boquete.
  • Getting there: 25 minutes from downtown Bajo Boquete.

Walk around this farm with a specialized guide to learn about the day-to-day life of the farm workers. With your visit, you'll be able to participate in the planting and harvesting, as well as feed cows, goats and sheep. 

If you're a bird lover, take advantage of this incredible panorama to look for peacocks, toucans, hummingbirds and many more. And if you want the adventure to never end, walk the small trail to the El Tatica Waterfall. 

To visit the farm, remember that the hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and you must do so with prior reservation.

6. El Oasis Farm

  • Location: Bajo Boquete.
  • Getting there: 29 minutes from downtown Bajo Boquete along highway Volcancito.

volcan baru, el oasis

Located on the slopes of the Baru Volcano, El Oasis Farm offers an immersive experience in nature. Enjoy a 2 km (1.24 mile) wooded trail, the thrill of an eight-wire canopy, and interaction with the farm's sheep. A complete adventure in a breathtaking natural environment. 

The costs of the experiences range from $30 to $65.

7. La Solera

  • Location: Bajo Boquete.
  • Getting there: 29 minutes from downtown Bajo Boquete.

Discover the world of rum at La Solera with a complete experience that includes distillation, the aging process and a tasting of varieties: extra clear, clear, aged and golden cask rum. The total experience costs approximately $30 per person.

Getting there is also very easy. La Solera has a shuttle that departs from Plaza Los Establos, in downtown Boquete.

8. Mamecillo Hacienda

  • Location: Jaramillo.
  • Getting there: 16 minutes from downtown Bajo Boquete.

Raspberries grown at el Mamecillo farm in Boquete

In addition to the coffee tour experience, at this hacienda you'll have the opportunity to tour a cloud forest and a nursery of native trees. You'll also meet Peppa Pig, a pig who walks around the farm in search of her delicious dishes and all the other animals that are raised freely. 

If you buy a day pass, you'll enjoy the different facets of this incredible hacienda (6 hours in total) where you can take walks, tour the farm and coffee, fruit and vegetable crops, taste gourmet food with organic products, and do a coffee tasting for a perfect wrap-up.

This full day costs approximately $95 to $160 per person.

9. Coffee Experiences


Boquete, with its soil rich in nutrients and biodiversity, is a global benchmark in coffee culture. Thanks to the Coffee Circuit, farms certify high-quality processes and offer exceptional tourist experiences. Explore 10 farms with tours, tastings, and workshops to immerse yourself in the world of coffee.

If you're looking to visit one of the most colorful areas with the coolest climate in Panamá, Boquete is the place for you.

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