There are just so many wonderful places to visit on the Azuero Peninsula that we needed to talk about it again this week. This time the subject is Cerro Hoya National Park, covering 200,000 acres of untouched nature along the southern coastline.
Velvet green mountains will be the backdrop for your photos, dropping off into rivers, waterfalls, ponds and eventually the ocean itself. Of course there is a wide variety of wildlife here, such as jaguar, puma and many species of monkeys. There are over 150 species of birds in the area, so any bird watcher will have plenty to see.
Depending on your level of adventure, you could take a drive through the park, or venture along some hiking Read more