1 Day

The scenic dormant volcanic crater of El Valle de Anton is famous for its rejuvenating climate and hosts hot springs, waterfalls and hikes for all abilities.

Prices based upon a minimum of 2 participants.
PICK UP At your hotel in Panama City at the appropriate time

Comfortable clothing (could be long pants or shorts). If gone bird watching or hiking, we recommend hiking boots, walking stick, raincoat.

  Panoramic Hiking Options
  Scenic Waterfalls
  Local Handcraft Markets
  Volcanic Hot Springs
Private transportation
Lunch, snacks & bottled water
Naturalist guide
Entrance fees
 International airfares and taxes
 Domestic airfares and taxes
 Alcoholic beverages and meals not specified in the itinerary
 Optional activities
 Gratuities and departure tax at the airport

In the morning, you will drive west along the famous Pan-American Highway into Panama’s “interior” as the locals call it. Enjoy the views of Panama’s landscape and stop along the way to taste local Panamanian food. After an approximate 2h drive, you will reach the picturesque town of El Valle de Anton, at 600 meters/1,968 feet above sea level, nestled at a dormant volcanic crater. El Valle is known for its milder temperature, beautiful landscapes surrounded by hills, creeks, hot springs, trails, birds, and natural beauty.

We will visit the picturesque town market where handicrafts will be on sale, and the Macho Waterfall, an ecological reserve, and hike along the interpretative trail.

El Valle also hosts more attractions to choose from such as: Indigenous pre-Columbian petroglyphs, hot springs, butterfly gardens and an orchid house (you must choose one). For an additional cost, you may opt for ziplining.

Return to Panama City in the late afternoon.

Note: This tour can be tailor-made for your needs and interests.