Boquete

Boquete is a district located at north of the province of Chiriqui, in western Panama. This district is known for having a temperate climate, unlike much of the country, because the district is based in the Central Cordillera. Much of the district is seated on the Cordillera of Talamanca, and the northern half of its territory is greater than 800 meters above sea level.

Also due to its location and volcanic origin, the soil is very fertile and suitable for the production of coffee and flowers that can not grow on low ground.

The main event of the district is the Flowers and Coffee Fair. Ecotourism is the main tourism activity of the district, besides the routes to the top of the Baru Volcano, you may do the Quetzals Trail which connects the district with Volcan town in the district of Bugaba.

You will finde restaurants, hospitals, banks, schools and more in Boquete.

In Boquete you may find turistic places such as:

  • Baru Volcano
  • Flowers and Coffee Fair
  • El Guacal Petroglyphs
  • Los Ladrillos
  • Coffee Farms
  • Villa Marta Garden
  • CEFATI (tourism center)
  • Bajo Mono waterfall
  • Ecological Path Los Quetzales
  • The Painted Stone of Caldera
Basalt Rock in Boquete