Hiking, white water rafting, birding, these are all available in Boquete. I mean the outdoor life, right here under our roof.
A covered, tiled patio of 463 square feet (more than the entire footage of many city apartments) is where we, like the majority of Panamanians spend most of our time.
Complete with hammock, table & chairs our outdoor living room comes with additional features. Most impressive of which is our ever-changing view of Volcan Baru, subtle sunsets, crisp mornings, dense fog, torrential rain and the miracle of watching clouds form in the aftermath.
It also comes with its own surround sound system, an ever-changing symphony of cicadas, birds, bugs & howler monkeys.
One species of bird dominates the landscape; it floats so effortlessly, master of the up and down drafts of the canyon below. Graceful and beautiful to the eye, they dip, wheel and soar in search of their next meal. They prefer it dead and decomposing, how else would they find it? May we introduce our resident turkey vultures, snacking on chicken skins? Carrion eaters with faces and habits only a mother could love!