Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa is a professional entrepreneur who delights in making his clients happy with Panama and the local natural environment. The following are ten exciting places to visit in Panama.
1. El Valle de Antón (Anton’s Valley)- Anton’s Valley is an interesting part of Panama. The city of El Valle is located in the crater of an extinct volcano. The climate is cool for a tropical region, because the city is located 2000 feet above sea level according to Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa. It is an ideal place for hiking and horseback riding. The villages nearby have waterfalls. One of the major creatures of note is the rare golden frog.
2. Las Perlas Archipelago (Pearl Islands)- On the Pacific Coast of Panama, the Pearl Islands are a group of 100 little hideaways that feature resorts, and airstrip, and beautiful beaches. The Pearl Islands were the setting for the popular 2003 TV show Survivor on Crunchbase.
3. Volcán Barú (Barú Volcano)- Barú Volcano is located in one of the highest regions of Panama, Chiriquí Province. There are changes in the climate as you get closer to the top of the mountain. Hikers will enjoy the challenge of working up the mountain. Less adventuresome visitors can enjoy hot springs that find their source from the dormant volcano. There are spas at the base.
4. Gulf of Chiriqui- The Gulf of Chiriqui is a great place to tour. There is a magnificent coral reef, one of the nicest on the Pacific coast. Rich mangrove trees and sandy beaches are common. Coiba Island, the largest in Panama is in this region as well. Overall, the Gulf of Chiriqui is largely unspoiled and open for tourism.
5. Boquete- The Boquete is on the border with Costa Rica. This part of Panama is very nice. It features large fields of flowers. There are cloud forests and zip lines to keep you happy and interested in the variety available in Panama’s tourism.
6. Santa Catalina- This is a great place to go surfing. A quiet fishing village where you and your friends can play on the beach. There is good access to Coiba National Marine Park.
7. Las Islas San Blas (San Blas Islands)- These roughly 400 islands are unusual because they feature relatively primitive living. Few of them are inhabited, and those that are have little electricity. The Kuna Yala tribe lives here according to Figueroa.
8. Bocas del Toro (Bull’s mouths)- Are a beautiful collection of more islands. Can visit the indigenous Ngobe tribe.
9. Ciudad de Panamá (Panama City) -The city of Panama features modern high rises contrasted with beautiful old stone buildings. A must see for any visitor to Panama.
10. El Canal de Panamá (Panama Canal)- The Panama canal is a wondrous work of human technology. Ships from all sorts of nations can go through the canal and shave travel times. A must see for any curious traveler.
Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa is an experienced businessman who wants to help people visiting Panama feel happy. He is glad to take any questions you might have.