Soberania National Park & Summit


Summit Park and Wildlife Refuge
Hiking Trail on Soberania National Park


Transportation car
Bilingual tour guide
Entrance fees to sites
Snacks and Water


Light clothing is advisable, poncho or raincoat. Running or hiking shoes
Comfortable shoes are essential when going on day tours
Use sunblock and insect repellent whenever spending time outdoors




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Departure towards the Summit Park and Wildlife Refuge which is a botanical garden also dedicated to the protection of endangered local animal species. Here you can see local animal species , which you might not be able to spot later on during the nature trail, and get to appreciate their beauty at close range. The park also offers a lot of written information on its inhabitants. We continue our trip towards Soberania National Park, an important wildlife reserve along the Panama Canal that bears within it a large variety of flora and fauna. Here you will walk the “Plantation” trail which gives you a great chance of spotting some of Panama’s most famous animals. Other than diverse animal life you will find impressive vegetation along the trail with huge trees and a large variety of tropical plants. After having completed the trail you will finally return to your hotel with a great deal of new knowledge on Panamanian wildlife.

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