Waterfalls and original native culture
Join us on a very colorful ride as we move from the coast, up towards the mountain range searching for two of Panama’s most beautiful hidden treasures. The Romelio and Kiki waterfalls are true natural wonders that take your breath away. They are located in the Ngabe-Bugle territory, so this tour allows you to experience indigenous Panamanian roots and traditions as we travel through their villages.
A tour guide will navigate you up to the mountain top with your own or their transportation. You will switch to riding native public transportation before trekking to this stunning 100 meter waterfall. Depending on the time of year (dry or rainy season) you can enjoy jumping in and enjoying the exhilarating waters!
– Cooler with water and snacks provided.
– Wear tennis or hiking shoes, swimsuit and hat.
– Duration: 5-6 hours including travel time.
Meseta de Chorcha Waterfall
The Chorcha Plateau is an iconic landmark in the province of Chiriquí. Ascent up the fairly steep terrain for 1.5 hours to discover this beautiful plateau that overlooks the Gulf of Chiriquí. During your hike you will likely see many forms of wildlife. Once on top of the plateau a guide will meet you for a horseback ride to the waterfall and you will be treated to a Panamanian style lunch while taking in the vistas. During rainy season the rivers and pools that lead into the waterfall are exhilarating and adventurous to swim in.
– Waterproof backpack and snacks can be provided for trek up.
– Wear hiking or tennis shoes, swimsuit, hat and sunscreen.
Duration: 4 hours.
Price: $60 a person