Anton Valley & Zip Line
After being picked up by your guide early in the morning, you will be driven for two hours to the magical Anton Valley. This enchanting town located within a dormant volcanic crater is filled with abundant flora and fauna. The crater rises 600 meters above sea level and provides many hiking opportunities.
Once at El Valle, you will visit some highlights with your guide: The Painted Rock, a massive stone covered in pre-Columbian petroglyphs; the Sleeping Indian, a mountain shrouded in legend and whose profile resembles a sleeping woman; the Chorro del Macho waterfall, located within an ecological refuge; and a butterfly sanctuary showcasing around 250 live butterflies.
Afterwards have a three-course lunch at one of the best local restaurants. Before returning to the city, we will stop to visit the local farmer’s market, where local produce, flowers and handicrafts are sold.
Next, fly high above the canopy of a beautiful forest on an amazing zip-line adventure! Hike up and explore the vegetation. After reaching the top, glide through the forest on cables covering 500 meters (0.3 miles), while appreciating the waterfalls and abundant wildlife. The wildlife within the treetops is immense and varied, making it possible to appreciate Panama’s native species. A great adventure for families!
**Please note that for the canopy minimum age 7 years. Maximum weight 210 pounds
Total Duration: 8 to 10 hours approximately. Duration for canopy: 1 ½ hours.
Transportation from and to the hotel in the city, tour guide, lunch, water, equipment for canopy, and admissions tickets.
Please note that any tour departing from Gamboa or Playa Bonita hotels, or hotels near the airports will have a total surcharge of $70 plus 7% tax.
We will pick you up at your hotel at approximately 8:00 am.
WHAT TO BRING?
Comfortable clothing and sneakers, sunglasses, camera, hat, sunscreen, light raincoat on rainy season (Apr-Nov).
The following information is a Panama tipping guide:
- Shuttle Driver $ 2.00 per person, per day.
- Sightseeing tour driver $ 5.00 per person, per day.
- Tour guide $ 10.00 per person, per day.
- Tour boat driver $ 5.00 per person, per day.
- Bellboys and airports $ 1.00 per bag.
- Waiter / a restaurant 10% – 15%.
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