Finca Ceriana Hiking & Pic Nic Lunch
Strategically located between the highlands and lowlands of Chiriquí province, Finca Ceriana Nature Reserve forms part of a privately protected area for the conservation of flora and fauna in the region. One of Finca Ceriana’s unique characteristics is the number of bird species and other animals from the upper and lower mountain areas. The property is part of the biological corridor that hosts the famous Volcán lagoons. Apart from being an important migration zone for birds, the biological corridor is vital for the wellbeing of the protected areas of La Amistad International Park and Baru Volcano National Park.
The farm offers its visitors easy nature trails for outdoor activities and bird-watching, a unique canopy platform, gourmet picnic, sugar cane mill, and much more. With nearly 25 acres of protected land and almost 2 miles of nature trails, Finca Ceriana has one of the most beautiful views to Costa Rica’s Golfo Dulce, or “Sweet Gulf,” and Osa Peninsula, as well as to Punta Burica, Panama.
Approximately 7-8 hours.
Transportation from and to your hotel, entrance tickets, water, gourmet picnic lunch and guide.
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 8 am.
WHAT TO BRING?
Comfortable clothing, sunglasses, camera, hat and sunscreen.
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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