A walk through coffee country

After my disaster climbing Vulcan Baru the previous day, we decided a leisurely stroll through the wooded hills surrounding Boquete would be much more sensible. Although the day was hot, there was a mountain breeze and the countryside was absolutely beautiful: forested hills, coffee plantations, small suspension bridges, rushing rivers and a somewhat disappointing waterfall.

Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama

The ultimate goal of our walk was a waterfall that several people had told us was ‘spectacular’. It was a disappointment, but thanks to the fabulous countryside the journey really was better than the arriving. I wish we’d had a few more days so we could have explored a little more of the area, its such a beautiful place.

Waterfall in countryside around Boquete, Panama
Waterfall in countryside around Boquete, Panama
Coffee finca near Boquete, Panama
Coffee finca near Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Coffee beans in the countryside around Boquete, Panama
Coffee beans in the countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Countryside around Boquete, Panama
Mother and daughter walk in the countryside around Boquete, Panama
Mother and daughter walk in the countryside around Boquete, Panama

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