Birding ecolodge next to a lovely mountain stream.

STAR RATING African-stlyled Safari Tents
LOCATION Darien Province
Located in Central America’s Most Diverse and Least-explored Region
  Observe the Surrounding From the Deck of Your Tent
  Spacious Luxurious Tents Tastefully Placed in Nature
All Meals included
Full private bathrooms
Guided hikes included
Limited internet access
  • Off-the-grid property
  • Children under 13 not permitted
  • Smoke-free property
  • Specific minimum nights stay – please contact us for more information


Canopy Camp Darien features eight large, safari-style tents that are designed specifically for use in environmentally sensitive areas; they are very eco-friendly. The tents are on raised platforms, to keep you up off the ground and dry in the lowland rainforest of Darien. There are two types of tents at the Canopy Camp: six standard suite tents and two deluxe suite tents. Each of our spacious standard suite tents occupies an area of 173 square feet and offer plenty of space to store your luggage, clothing and gear. Large windows on all sides with flaps allow natural light and breeze to enter the tent during the daylight hours.  Each has two single beds or one queen bed, two tables, a floor fan and overhead light, and a solid plantation teak wood floor. The large, two-room deluxe tents offer a bit more space.  Each has an area of 249 square feet, including an extra room for a small bed or extra gear.  Plenty of windows offer natural light, and can be closed for privacy.  Our deluxe tents have two single beds or one queen bed, two tables, a floor fan and overhead light, and a solid teak wood floor. Each tent has a full private bathroom located directly outside of the tent on the platform.  Each bathroom has all the essentials – flush toilets and a shower that offers serene, private views of the surrounding rainforest. Just a step outside of the tent, the platform offers covered space to relax in lounge chairs in the shade during the hot mid-day sun or an afternoon rain, with exquisite views of the jungle surrounding the camp from your own observation deck. Finally, tents are manufactured with tight-woven seams and mesh windows to keep insects, rain, and other elements of the rainforest out – just remember to zip up the doors when you enter and exit to keep any curious creatures out.