AgroTour Hato Viejo & Tobacco
Tour DescriptionRancho Hato Viejo is an agroturistic farm certified by MIDA, which qualify the good practices in agricultural. The Ranch Hato Viejo is located Via Pan-American Highway, kilometer 125, Province of Coclé, just 1 hour and 30 minutes from Panamá City. On 170 hectares (420 acres) you will find variety of flora and fauna, high biscus, palms, medical plants, bovino cattle, horses, extinct donkeys and a lot of birds that visit the place. Also the Ranch grows critics, coffee, banana, chocolate and sugar cane. Very important to know is that all these products are grown organic and it is used for the meals served in the tours and also given to the workers and families of the ranch. After lunch we you will continue to the Joyas de Panamá. Joyas de Panama cigars are quality artisan products made of organic Cuban seed tobacco. The leaves are hand selected and examined for quality assurance. No chemicals, pesticides or machines are used in the growing or production of this sustainable product. The cigars are mild to medium in flavor, thus accessible to a wide audience of enthusiasts. The cigars are 100% puros, all Panamanian products. Cigars are individually wrapped in cellophane, and bundled or boxed in packs of 25. Panama has a rich history of cigar manufacturing for over 100 years. The tobacco is grown in the Chiriqui province of Panamá, a lush region well known for its agricultural products. The rich volcanic soil and shade canopy give the tobacco its Colorado Maduro color and smooth, full flavor. The consistent tropical climate of Panamá has been a prime location for cigar production, much like her neighbors, Cuba, Nicaragua and Honduras.
The cigars are constructed of long filler with Sumatran wrapper. They are mild to medium in flavor, with a smooth, even draw.
Tour includes: Transportation, admission fees, Spanish/English guide, bottled water and lunch.
What to Bring: comfortable and appropriate clothes for walking, cap or hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and camera.
Duration: 6 hours
Days of Operation: Everyday