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The Azuero Peninsula, which juts out into the Pacific Ocean is often referred to as the Heartland of Panama. Settled before the Spaniards arrived, this region is hotbed of culture, folklore, nature and sport. Its many beaches with renowned surf, reef formations, and secluded islands attract vacationers and travelers alike!

Isla Cañas and the sea Turtles

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Isla Cañas and the sea Turtles

Located in the Azuero peninsula is the wildlife refuge of Cañas Island, an island that every year receives hundreds of sea turtles to its beach.

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Duration: 6 hours


Isla Iguana Wildlife Refuge

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Isla Iguana Wildlife Refuge

One of the most stunning islands in the Pacific of Panama, Iguana island is accessible by boat, only eight kilometers from the coast of Pedasi.

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Duration: 8 hours


Folklore of Azuero

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Folklore of Azuero

The Peninsula of Azuero is the cultural heritage center of the isthmus of Panamá and the inhabitants of this region proudly display their cultural identity and traditions.

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Duration: 8 hours


Corpus Christi

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Corpus Christi-Folkore, Tradition, Pride

The celebration of Corpus Cristy dates back to 1251, sanctioned by Pope Urban.

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Duration: 1 Day


Whale watching in the Azuero Peninsula

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Whale Watching Azuero-Be an Active Participant in Marine Mammal Conservation

Every year a massive marine mammal, the humpback whale makes a marathon of a migration to the tropical waters of the Azuero Peninsula.

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Duration: 8 hours