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Veraguas is a province in central Panama, bordered by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It's known for vast wilderness areas. In the mountainous north, the rainforests of Parque Nacional Santa Fé are home to harpy eagles, jaguars and a variety of orchids. Off the southern coast is Parque Nacional Coiba, a protected area encompassing dozens of islands.

A Day in Isla Cebaco

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Isla Cebaco Retreat

Cebaco is a small quiet island off the pacific coast of the Veraguas province.

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Coiba National Park

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Coiba National Park

The “Jewell of Veraguas” and one of Panama’s most precious protected areas, Coiba Notional Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Duration: 4 Days & 3 Nights


Horseback riding in Santa Fe

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Horseback riding in Santa Fe

The district of Santa Fe town sits in the mountainous region of Veraguas, a landscape blessed by lush mountains, cool climate, and an abundance of trails.

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Duration: 5 hours


Trails and Waterfalls of Santa Fe

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Trails and Waterfalls of Santa Fe

Santa Fe town sits in the Highlands of Veraguas, a landscape blessed by crystal clear rivers and an abundance of waterfalls.

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Duration: 6 hours


Birdwatching in Santa Fe

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Birdwatching in Santa Fe

Santa Fe National Park and the surrounding areas offers bird enthusiasts unique opportunities to add new species to their existing list.

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Duration: 8 to 9 hours


Gallegos Legacy day tour

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Hector Gallego Legacy

The history of the peaceful rural town of Santa Fe is profoundly shaped by the actions of a Colombian Catholic priest, known simply as Héctor Gallego.

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Duration: 4 hours