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The Azuero Peninsula: combining nature and folklore
2017-08-21
Visiting the Azuero Peninsula is a unique opportunity to discover towns contrasting with the rest of Panama – towns that provide interesting cultural experiences and wonderful natural areas.
 
To experience nature, Isla Iguana Wildlife Refuge offers visitors stunning white-sand beaches and turquoise waters, as well as wonderful snorkeling and whale watching opportunities – when is season. And to discover the history and folklore that represents Panama, visiting Chitre or Las Tablas to contemplate the red-tile roofs and ornate ironwork that decorate its Spanish-colonial houses.

The most popular destinations of the Azuero Peninsula are located about 3-hours road trip from Panama City.

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