This tour starts at around 11:00 p.m. in order to finish the hiking trail that will bring you to the top of Barú Volcano, the highest point in Panama, it is 3,475 meters high. Barú National Park was founded in 1976 and is located in the south of the continental division between North America and South America, near Talamanca’s mountain range.

It is home to about 250 species of birds and lush flora with many kinds of rare orchids, shiny bromeliads, giant oak trees, huge bamboos, and primary and secondary forests where the branches are covered with moss. In the first phase of the nighttime route, you will feel the emotion of recognizing magical images taken by trees and vegetation. When you arrive to the top, you will enjoy a majestic view, the sun rises and clouds spread little by little in order to give room to magnificent scenery that fades away into the sea. In clear days, you can have regard for both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. You will have time to rest and return. You will be able to see in detail the vast valleys that are cultivated and the small city of Boquete. The route will end at approximately 11:00 a.m. of the next day with the shuttle service to the hotel.

DURATION: Approximately 12 hours – 20 kilometers.

TIME: 11:00 p.m., subject to confirmation.

GUIDE: Spanish/English speaker guide.

DIFFICULTY: From medium to high.

INCLUDED: Transfers, entrance to the park, hot drink at the top of the volcano.