Cambutal Panama is located where the road ends on the Azuero Peninsula. Cambutal's offers a peaceful sense of seclusion beautiful black sand beaches that stretch for miles. The waves in Cambutal are legendary with surfers from all over the world. Fishing is world class and Sport Touring is untouched.
Home to hundreds of rare species including the Azuero parakeet, brown-backed dove, crested eagle, rose-throated becard, black hawk, osprey, and great green macaw. Other regular sightings are tamanduas, sloths, agoutis, white-tail deer, squirrel, white face, & howler monkeys. Cerro Hoya contains the largest remaining area of untouched deciduous dry forest in Panama, providing once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for expeditions.
Canas Island protects a massive mangrove estuary and natural bay. Wildlife in the estuary include a variety of birds, mammals and reptiles including many resident caimans. The beaches of Canas boast one of the densest populations of nesting sea turtles in Latin America – the reason it was established as a national park. Resort EcoTourism opportunities include Bird Watching, Estuary Tours, Sea Turtle Tours, Whale Watching, and Cerro Hoya Excursions.
"For an eco-geek, leisure-loving, surfing and fishing nut, Panama has it all - and unspoiled. We've been diving in places it is quite possible nobody has ever been - anyone, ever - and fished all day seeing no other boats, catching giant snapper at will between marlin fishing. Everywhere we went on The Lost Coast we were surrounded by the kind of wildlife and scenery that tends to feel like it's canned or preserved in a park everywhere else I've been."
Skip Knowles, Editor of MillionAir Magazine