Love having your own private swimming hole with a beautiful view of a waterfall? Great news! Central America is packed full of them. After spending two months exploring Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Belize, here is our list of the top waterfall hikes in Central America.
Bocas Del Toro is a small island along the Caribbean coast of Panama. It’s a well known tourist destination because of its beautiful beaches, high surf, and crazy party scene. If you’d like to experience Bocas but avoid the hangover; here’s a list of 5 things to do besides Filthy Fridays!
Quiqui Waterfall (Cascada Quiqui) is one of the most beautiful waterfalls I have ever been to. Because of the remote location; very few tourists make the trip keeping it almost completely natural. If you are travelling through Panama and want to get off the beaten path; this waterfall is a must-see!
Isla Escudo De Veraguas was our very favorite destination while traveling through Central America. The white sand beaches, lush mangroves and turquoise water made it impossible to forget this secluded island paradise. Since we literally took over a thousand photos on these islands alone; it`s only fitting that we share a few of the best!
Isla Escudo De Veraguas is without a doubt one of the most beautiful islands in Central America. This remote destination is home to clear blue waters, soft sandy beaches, colourful marine life and the rare three-toed pygmy sloth.
Panama has many incredible regions varying from Panama City all the way up to the Costa Rica border. Of all of these areas; Boquete is considered the hiking capital of this spectacular country. Keep reading for 5 hikes you must do while in Boquete and check out the map below for the trail head locations!