Find Your Inner Explorer
Eco-adventure activities available in Panama include swimming, rock climbing, kayaking, whitewater rafting and snorkeling, as well as guided hikes into the forests and mountains with the opportunity to take an aerial ride through the forest canopy on a zip line. Jungle boat rides at Gatun Lake are a good way of seeing monkeys, sloths and iguanas, while a visit to an indigenous tribal settlement provides a cultural learning experience. The Emberas, along the upper reaches of the Chagres River, are particularly welcoming and happy to share their culture with visitors.
La Joya de Panama
Country Club & Golf
La Joya de Panama Country Club is designed not only for golfers to enjoy but to preserve and enjoy the beautiful open space of the property.
The 18 hole routing plan traverses the property from our country club location across the Torio River down to Town Square and back to the Country Club. The La Joya de Panama Country Club is located on a high pointe of the property to capture the stunning ocean views and sunsets which the area is famous for!
Of the 29 national parks, forest reserves and wild life refuges, five national parks are within a two hour drive from Panama City, and one is within the metropolitan area itself. According to the classification of US Botanist L.R. Holridge, the isthmus has twelve “life zones”. L. R. Holdridge devised a life zone classification in 1947 as more appropriate to the complexities of tropical vegetation than previous studies. The Darien Province is an unexplored area of rainforest close to the border with Colombia.