The valley of Boquete is located in the western highlands of Panama at 1,200 meters above the sea. Nestled amongst the country’s most mountainous region, this peaceful town is situated between the Caldera River and the Baru Volcano. Boquete is considered the ecotourism capital of Panama and is known as the best coffee producer in the world. Surrounded by untouched tropical rain forests and is just and hour and a half away from unspoiled white sand beaches in the Pacific and 3-5 hours away from Bocas del Toro in the Caribbean. Boquete is home to 20,000 welcoming people whose cultural roots can be traced from Native Indians, Spaniards, Europeans and North Americans among other ethnicities. All give shape to the cultural melting pot that is Boquete today.

Boquete enjoys a sunny, cool mountain climate, comfortable year round, considered nearly perfect, with temperatures ranging between 60° – 80°F (16° – 28°C).

Mountain fresh. Beautiful rainbows. Perfect climate.