Soberania National Park Tour
Guided Journey Along a ¨Golden¨ Road under a Green Canopy to Enjoy Wildlife
For nature and history enthusiasts, the Camino de Cruces trail in Soberania National Park is a short (less than 2 kilometers) cobblestone road, originally used to transport Peruvian gold on its way to Spain, and now flooded with wildlife. Completed by Spanish conquistadores around 1550, this legendary trail was later used by pirate Henry Morgan to invade Panama in 1671, and is a rich historical reference that our guided tour walks you through. 25 kilometers from Panama City, enjoy the sites and sounds of howler monkeys, coati, collared anteaters, iguanas, toucans, morpho butterflies and trogons as you walk along the ancient Spanish empire route.
Features: bilingual guide, hotel pick-up/drop-off, box lunch, bottled water, park entrance fees
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