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Dayana Robles reviewed Jaguar Falls
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Astrid Carrasquilla reviewed Jaguar Falls
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HikingBugsOver grownRockyScramble

Sendero muy húmedo, rocoso, hay que pasar el río al rededor de 14 veces. Recomiendo utilizar pantalón y camisa largas, hay un mosquito que causa una llaga así que llevar repelente, llevar guía si no conoce el sendero, hay muchas trochas que conducen a otros lugares

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Hiking

Nice hike. Highlight is 1000 year old tree. Waterfall was minimal when we visited. The hike is pretty rocky in places.

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c est 5 dollars l entrée maintenant ...

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Hiking

Great trail! We just walked up to the top of Ancon hill and waited for sunset on Dec. 8,2019. It was pretty area and easy walking distances from the center of Panama City. Highly recommend to everybody who love nature when you visit Panama City.

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HikingMuddyPrivate propertyRocky

Easy trail and suitable for a family hike. Make sure you stop at the massive ficus tree that’s survived at least 2 eruptions of Volcan Baru. It’s not every day you get a chance to see a 1,400 year old tree! Some beautiful farmland along the beginning of the trail. I heard monkeys but never could see them. Fairly easy and no steep sections. Use caution on the foot bridges as they’ll be a bit slippery.

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Willemijn Hermans reviewed The Lost Waterfalls
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Hiking
First to Review

Beautiful quick hike. A bit muddy at times but we were prepared. Had a little swim at the second waterfall on our way down. Did this hike during the day before we head up to Volcan Baru in the evening.

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Tara Hawkinson reviewed Pool Loop
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Hiking

An amazing way to end our time at Kalu Yala!

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Dana DiCamillo reviewed Pool Loop
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Pool Crawl

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Shane Newton reviewed Jaguar Falls
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Hiking

Excellent hike! One of the best that I have done, but you have to plan for it. I would recommend about $140 cash to make this happen, although you can save money if you have a GOOD 4x4. I also highly recommend getting a guide. My guides were Ryan and Mika. Ryan is a biologist, so when we were walking, he brought my attention to all sorts of exotic plants and wildlife. Mika is new to Kalu Yala but brings her experience from living in Equador on the Amazon River to help students and adventurers explore the habitat. On the hike, we saw two different breeds of monkeys, poison dart frogs, and countless birds and insects. At the Kalu Yala camp, I met some of the most thoughtful and interesting people who are like-minded with us outdoor types. NOTE: Technically, you could do the hike for free with an excellent four-wheel drive, and moderate land navigation skills, but I do recommend the guide. Recommended Packing List: - x2 pairs of polyester/nylon socks (your feet get wet and stay wet) - Good hiking shoes that dry quickly. - Nylon/polyester pants - Polyester shirt - Swim trunks - Reef or approach shoes for the waterfall. - Camera ( I used my cellphone camera which worked fine) - Snacks - Water treatment or life straw (The hike lasts about 6 hours out and back, allowing time for pictures)

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Hiking

Gorgeous once you get into the jungle and the waterfall at the end is magic. Rickety bridge crossings and moderate elevation change makes this a great choice if you only have a day or two to hike in Boquete.

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Coco ❤️ reviewed Exploring the Former Canal Zone
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Walking
First to Review

I walked around here in 1998. I am sure it has been updated since...

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Jessica Wiegandt reviewed Cerro Prominente
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Beautiful views of the valley below the whole way! Wear long pants or socks to protect from the grass, it’ll cut. Definitely worth the climb!

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Jessica Wiegandt reviewed Alto Pacora Loop Trail
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Backpacking

This is a great loop that can be done either in a day or an overnight. There is limited water (the only source during the uphill push is in the actual town of Altos de Pacora) so be sure to pack around 3L/person. Steep uphill but so rewarding. Check out Jessica's tienda, too, once in the town. It's more hidden than the traditional tienda stop but she'll make some great food and is really welcoming.

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This trail is near Boquete and locally called the "Pipeline Trail". It's 2.8 miles R/T, not 3.8. It takes about 1 hour and 10 mins in, less than an hour out. It follows a stream up to a box canyon where you will find the "Cascada Escondida" falls. The review by Ryan is about a different hike called "The Lost Waterfalls". Suggest: 1. Removing this review and accurately putting it under the correct trail. 2. Renaming this Trail "The Pipeline" not Boquete Waterfalls.

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D S reviewed Jaguar Falls
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Hiking
First to Review

The magical jaguar falls! A nice hike, not to hilly nor strenuous. However, it is wet. Around 17 river crossings means a lot of walking through water. Hiking down to the actual falls is super steep but fun if you have the right attitude. And the waterfall itself is gorgeous, refreshing and a great way to spend a hot day.

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Hiking

This hike was good for my soul. Challenging, but awesome. Love that this trail passes through an actual town. Makes for a nice change of scenery (hillside homes and children playing) and it's awesome to be able to stock up on mid-trek snacks and candy bars. This hike will leave you feeling tired but soo fulfilled.

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Elliot Mitzelfled reviewed Cerro Prominente
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Hiking
First to Review

Awesome trail with breathtaking views at the top. You have to do it on a clear day but if you do you can see both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, Panama City, and both North and South America. Absolutely amazing

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Elliot Mitzelfled reviewed Alto Pacora Loop Trail
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Hiking
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Wonderful hike. Strenuous but worth every minute. On clear days you can see both oceans from the city, Alto Pacora. There is a little shop that you can stop at there as well that has snacks and drinks. Would definitely recommend.

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Hiking
First to Review

Multiple giant waterfalls make the end worth the effort. The climb is not too steep so moderate is a good description. The second waterfall Requires climbing a wall with rope and is the hardest part.

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Rick Morales reviewed Metropolitan Natural Park
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Claas Grafe reviewed Cerro Palo Alto via Jaramillo
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