This amazing hike begins in Falling Waters, an amazing private property located within the cloudy forest of The Amistad National Park, surrounding the perimeter of Volcan Baru National Park.
The trail parallels Quebrada La Mina, a gorgeous trail that finishes in the mouth of Rio Caldera. With more than a hundred of bird species endemic of the area, including the elusive Resplendent Quetzal. Bird watching opportunities are abundant. This hike not only offers multiple options 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. You will also do
some rappelling in these amazing cloudy forest and descend through the crystalline waters of this creek on a waterfall of 30 ft.
Recommendation: sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, comfortable clothes and shoes, camera.
Meeting point and meeting time:
4 hours from pick-up time
private option available: