The highlands of Chiriqui are an unparalleled destination for travelers who love artisanal food and beverages. Thanks to the rich volcanic soil provided by the Baru Volcano and the winds from the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean that collide in the valley, the climate creates a land where spring never ends, with temperatures typically ranging from 13°C (55°F) to 24°C (75°F) year-round. This climate is ideal for agriculture, which provides both the entire country, as well as local restaurants and cafes, with amazing coffee and delicious fresh produce to put on their tables for you to enjoy.
Panama’s indigenous communities have an ancestral relationship with the land, rooted in respect for nature. That respect has extended to all who live and work in the highlands of Chiriqui. Farmers and locals know that this is a special place, so they use sustainable practices to keep it special for those who live here, as well as for those who visit.
Visit the coffee circuit that includes a group of farms open to visitors in Boquete, Tierras Altas and the general Chiriqui region. These farms, relatively close together, offer a variety of exciting experiences, from high-end dining to zip lining and farm tours. In addition, they have been thoroughly vetted, certified and all are excited to welcome you.