Hiking and Waterfalls in the Pacific Coast of Veraguas 

You’ll be dazzled by the unique charm of the Pacific coast of Veraguas. Its verdant surroundings, scenic sunsets over the ocean, and its secret spots nestled in its forests are the perfect setting for hiking fans. Explore its incredible natural shelters, which are significant for Panamá and for the world. Climb its mountains, discover its waterfalls, cool off in its rivers, and have fun under its natural streams.

The Pacific coast of Veraguas has two national parks and protected areas with diverse landscapes where you may have close encounters with monkeys, macaws, and an amazing variety of tropical birds.

Coiba National Park

Coiba National Park

Coiba National Park, one of the most important in the country, is a national treasure recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO thanks to its astonishing diversity in marine and terrestrial areas.

Cerro Hoya National Park

Cerro Hoya National Park

Cerro Hoya National Park combines coastal landscapes with forests and mountains. Here you can see more than 30 species of endemic plants, more than 225 species of birds and mammals such as agoutis, deers, monkeys and ocelots.

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