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This is perhaps the tallest waterfall in Panama.It is not easy to access unless you have permission from the owners of the ranch.They forbid trespassers, as cattle thieves are a potential problem!Jose uses his 4 wheel drive to move our group to the trail head. It is about a mile drive thru some pasture gates.It is a relatively easy hike to the lower falls. It is a good spot to hang out for lunchThe upper falls is much steeper & the height of the falls & the walking conditions are more risk orientated.
You will live an adventure from start to finish where you decide to ascend the Barú Volcano either by Boquete or Paso Ancho de Volcán, performing a 13.5km walk from Boquete or 8km from Paso Ancho de Volcán.You can appreciate the mountain range of the Central Cordillera of Panama and you can also appreciate both oceans (Pacific and Atlantic) due to the narrowness of the Panamanian territory.With its 3475msnm it is the highest volcano in the southern part of Central America and the highest elevation point of the Panamanian territory.Join this interesting adventure