We went to this park and stopped in a gravel parking lot for a hike. I was staying with my brother who lives in Panama, and I would NEVER have found my way there on my own without some local knowledge - so taxi or tourbus recommended for anyone unfamiliar with the area. The guy who took our $5 per person fee to walk in the park pointed out a mother sloth with its baby in a tree right by the parking lot so that was very cool. The walk itself was amazing. It's incredibly hot and humid (as one would expect in a rain forest). Extremely lush vegetation. We heard lots of monkeys in the distance, but didn't actually see any. Saw lots of those very iridescent blue butterflies, many sorts of birds, and all sorts of creepy/crawly things. Also came across a cayman (small crocodile) in a pond right next to the trail. We went in for probably 2 hours and turned around, but I think the trail goes for much longer if you want that. A great and pristine day out for anyone wanting to experience a tropical rain forest.
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