Ngäbe-Buglé es una comarca indígena de Panamá. Cuenta con Gobierno Autónomo representado por el/la Cacique General Ngäbe Buglé y el Congreso General Ngäbe Buglé. Fue creada en 1997 a partir del territorio de Bocas del Toro, Chiriquí y Veraguas


There are a variety of trails available, ranging from 40 minutes to 6 hours. Most hikes require a guide.

La Esperanza (Hope) Trail 

1 ½ hours roundtrip

This is a reasonably easy hike to a pretty double waterfall that crosses several small rivers.  During the hike you will stop at a  Mirador, a small wooden platform, allowing for panoramic views of the mountains. When you reach the waterfall you can enjoy cooling off in the pool!

Sendero Salto Mono
2 ½ /-3 hours roundtrip

This is a fairly intensive hike and is definitely for the more adventurous. Those that make the venture will be rewarded by a stunning sheer rock face over which a waterfall flows. Also, at certain times of the year, when in bloom one can see whole fields full of the vibrant orange Chichica flowers.

Kiki Waterfall 
4-5 hours roundtrip

La Cascada Kiki (the Kiki Waterfall), has the proud title of being Panama’s highest waterfall and is a spectacular sight. The trail involves descending a canyon via a piece of rope until you reach the bottom and once there you can bathe in the refreshing waters.  The hike itself is not generally intensive, however the descent is not for the fainthearted.  This journey can also be made with horses  a memorable way to experience the landscape.

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