Boquete is a charming little town nestled in the Central Valley of Panama and at the foot of the Barù Volcano, the tallest peak in the country at 3,477 meters. With its year-round spring-like climate, Boquete possesses endless mystical cloud forests teeming with life, hiking trails, waterfalls flowing into crystal clear pools and breathtaking panoramic views overlooking this beautiful old community.
Family-owned plantations, benefitting from the rich volcanic soil, use the old ways to produce some of the best and rarest blends of coffee on the planet. And a surprising mix of Latinos, indigenous people, expats, and tourists coexist peacefully together. Spend just a few days here and you will realize why Boquete has earned the reputation as “The Most Pleasant Place to Live in Central America”.