A Beachfront Forest in Panama
Welcome to an unforgettable vacation in Panama. More than 1 mile of pristine tropical coastline awaits your exploration.
The farm is nestled in between Cerro Hoya Mountain Range and the Eastern Tropical Pacific ocean. The mountains here are as green as emeralds and the seas of an azure blue. Our farm is a haven of biodiversity and lies just 5 kilometers from the Cerro Hoya National Park.
Outstanding features include:
- Nesting beaches for marine turtles (Olive Ridley, Green Turtle, Logger Head, Leatherback and Hawksbill)
- Rare and endemic birds (Green Macaw, Azuero Parakeet and King Vulture)
- Rare Mammals (Azuero Spider Monkeys, Howler Monkeys, Puma and Ocelot)
- Cuipo Tree (Cavanillesia platanifolia)
The farm is directly north of a small town called Cobachon. Cobachon is a small coastal community consisting of approximately 10 inhabitants. The town center is located around a grassy field, the town plaza, in between a defunct school and the ocean.
In this small community, you will have no problems in finding Daniel Saenz, our representative who will help you get set up. Daniel is a renowned nature guide, referenced in Panama’s birding guide book. He has extensive experience in leading groups to see the features that this area has to offer.