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Hotel and Coffee Experience at Finca Lerida

Explore our ecological trails that will guide you to the mystical fields of Boquete, recognized by the New York Times as one of the 50 best places to visit in 2023.

Live a unique and complete experience centered around our specialty coffee. It’s time to disconnect. Immerse yourself in the rich history and cultural heritage of Panamanian coffee while visiting our plantations. Enjoy pairing sessions and coffee tastings.

Just 10 minutes from downtown, Boquete lies this Boutique Mountain Hotel with 23 rooms, offering a quality and comfort that it’s hard to find. Beyond its windows lies the beginning of a kingdom with 550 bird species, making it the best and most accessible spot for birdwatching in the entire Highlands of Chiriquí region.

The Hotel offers various types of rooms: 1. Historic Suite (Centennial House) built in 1929 by Tolef Monniche, 2. 6 Suites: with a romantic and cozy atmosphere finely decorated in wood, featuring an indoor fireplace, jacuzzi, and shower. 3. 4 Standard rooms: With a vintage ambiance and Scandinavian decoration and private bathroom. 4. 11 Deluxe rooms. All rooms feature: 42¨ LCD TV, satellite cable service, safe, luxury amenities, Wi-Fi internet, telephone.

Panama inaugurates its City of the Arts, a “megacenter” for culture and education.

The city of the Arts, a “megacenter” for culture and education, was inaugurated this Tuesday in Panama, a move to boost culture with the aim of becoming “a cultural epicenter of the region.”

This “new House of the Arts will also be a dynamic cultural center showcasing the talent of our scientific creators.” The City of the Arts, located in the wooded area of the capital, is composed of seven buildings housing three auditoriums, a multifunctional theater with a capacity of 500 spectators, exhibition halls, dance studios, fine arts, and music rooms.

Each building is named after prominent figures in Panamanian culture and dubbed by authorities as “the home of Panamanian culture”; this is “a comprehensive space that will be the epicenter of art and culture.”

Panama Rainforest Discovery Center

It’s a place to relax while observing the flora and a large number of hummingbirds. Built with 70% recycled materials from the old constructions of the Canal Zone, it has its own solar panels and water collectors, making this open structure self-sustainable. It has been constructed with minimal impact on the environment and focused on sustainability. The trail circuit begins in the center itself; here you can sit and enjoy while sipping on complimentary coffee.


Located 200 meters from the Visitor Center, take a right and start walking along a wooden trail, where you’ll find our observation tower. A spiral staircase of 174 steps will take you to resting platforms where you can observe the different layers of the forest. You can ascend to reach the upper deck at 32 meters high, just above the forest canopy.


We also offer a 1.1 km circuit of trails through the forest with easy to moderate transit, 1.2 meters wide with fine gravel and resting areas. One trail leads to the edge of Lake Calamito with a small terrace featuring benches ideal for observing wildlife in the water. Along the longer trail, you’ll find wooden benches halfway through.

A charming modern hotel, Gran Evenia Panama

The building housing Gran Evenia Panama features the best and most innovative energy efficiency techniques.

Guests can choose from one of the 100 rooms, all situated around a beautiful and charming courtyard that creates a cozy and brightly lit atmosphere.

Business travelers can enjoy incredible facilities such as meeting rooms equipped with the latest technology, or a private office in the spacious and comfortable Business Suites. The Fitness Zone and the Bella Vista Sky Bar on the rooftop pool offer opportunities for active guests to enjoy a good fitness session, while those seeking relaxation can indulge in wellness treatments or admire the stunning views of the Panamanian skyline from the warm waters of the pool.

The Gaudí Garden Restaurant is the hotel’s main gastronomic offering. A fresh and green space with a wide terrace where guests can enjoy the “Slow Food” culinary experience they’re looking for. Panamanian cuisine, fused with the best international dishes and made with local, fresh, and seasonal products, will delight your palate, especially when paired with a great selection of wines and beers. To end a delicious dinner, there’s nothing better than tasting a world-famous Panamanian coffee.

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