ca la Milagrosa opens its doors from the hand of its owner who will tell you the story of this charming plantation and you will discover the process of selection, drying, and roasting coffee. Tito, a farmer from Boquete is an outstanding coffee grower who has built all the machines with which he transforms the grains of his magnificent coffee. At the end of the visit, taste the wonderful coffee produced in the plantation!
We propose an unforgettable stay in the Guna Yala Islands with Pablo and Jacinta. This Guna family will make you discover the wonders of this destination!
You will discover a destination with over 360 heavenly islands scattered along 400 kilometres in the Caribbean ocean. In addition to its exceptional landscapes, this archipelago will share with you its most important treasure: the cultural ancient heritage of the indigenous community Guna Yala.
These 50,000 Indians have managed to keep their traditional lifestyle over the years and still live in community under a regime of territorial autonomy. If you stay a few days you will discover some of their traditions: road a traditional cayuco and navigate these wonderful waters to admire the fauna and flora of the hidden mangroves, learn about the collection of food in the jungle to feed the community, try a traditional fishing technique, also learn about their religious believes and the beauty of Molas (Guna yalan traditional embroidery).
The province of Colón is located in the north of Panama and bordered by the Caribbean Sea. This province is full of historical anecdotes from the colonial era. Its name evokes the first Spanish expeditions to the West Indies searching for the galleon routes. Today the region is full of natural sites of outstanding beauty, deserted beaches and forgotten people. We offer you to enjoy your day with the Congos and their colorful folklore. Dances from the colonial era tell the story of Cimarron’s slaves.