We found this place by accident. What a pleasant surprise! We saw leaf cutter ants, a tapir, a family of howler monkeys and much more within a 20 minute spontaneous hike.
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About Soberania National Park
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Our group of sixteen adventurers stayed at the Canopy Tower in the midst of the park and spent four days hiking the roads and trails inside the park. It is a wondrous example of nature at is best. We saw a kaleidoscopic rainbow of tropical...More
This park is so lush and beautiful. It's also very humid and the mosquitoes are real! But we had a great time and were able to see a ton of birds and learn about different plants - thank Alex! I even went for a run...More
Make sure you visit all trails. you will be able to see a lot of different animals, birds and trees. The trails are fine and you wont get lost thought, although you might if you take another route off course. I like the sound of...More
We did a nice hike here early one Saturday morning. The parking lot already had several cars in it. Apparently, it's a popular mountain bike destination. There is a fee to enter, but we walked there from the Canopy Tower and they waived it for...More
Great place to experience the Panamanian rain forest! Took several hikes & saw lots of wild life - monkeys, sloths, iguanas, turtles, snakes, butterflies, lizards as well as many birds. The downside is many of the trails need maintenance as they have been left to...More
If you are in Panama City there is certainly a lot to do and probably a lot of people will not take the chance to visit some attractions a little further out. The Soberania National Park fits this bill but it is really worth a...More
This national park is called the Rainforest. It is about 45 minutes away from Panama City. What a beautiful park! We stayed in the middle of it at the Gamboa Rainforest Resort. It had so many birds, sloths, owls, and we even saw the largest...More
We walked all trails, seeing all kinds of birds and small animals, even one monkey near the base of the tower. Also heard the howler monkeys in the distance. we took many pictures here and the hummingbirds were awesome.
A great way to see the natural world against one of mankind's greatest engineering feats. The inlets around the canal and Charges river provide greta opportunities for spotting monkeys, birds and crocodiles, whilst huge container ships pass on the canal. Also very interesting to see...More