Cities for Spiritual Seekers in Panama
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Such a relaxing place :) with one of the biggest salt water pool in Latin America
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A wonderful little Pacific village just north of the Colombian border. There a couple rooms on the beach with pristine ocean views that you can rent for less than a dollar a night, and the local food is great. But be careful of the hot sauce: there's a species of tiny white worms that live in the local variety. Also ...
- 251 review
La Miel is a poor village just on the border of Panama and Colombia on the Panama side. Many backpackers take the hike from Capurgana for an hour to an hour and half to Sapzurro and another 30 minutes to La Miel. The walk is a nice walk or a hot one depending on the weather. Make sure to bring ...
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Little Fishing town, gateway to Coiba island, http://www.coibanationalpark.com
- 291 review
Jungle Operations Training Center -- Repelling, from cliff's and Blackhawks, Hiking through the mud, learning how to make bamboo traps --- Had a BLAST. 2/75 Rangers
- 301 review
This report is from Jan 2010. The road down to Sta Catalina was very rough and full of potholes. The actual village of Santa Catalina was as neglected. Amenities were few and far between, with power being hit or miss, which was quite difficult for us to get tanks replenished for diving. This came highly recommended from off-the-beaten-track travelers, but ...
- 361 review