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The Lost Waterfalls is a moderate to difficult hike through the cloudforest in western Panama to three fabulous waterfalls. The hike can take from one to three hours round trip depending on how many waterfalls you want to see. If you are lucky you...more
All reviews great hike entrance fee well worth the effort bajo mono beautiful falls steep trail rainy season bring water hiking shoes wear good shoes tres cascadas cloud forest private property lost waterfall take your time easy hike short hike
On November 17th during rainy season we booked a guided tour, with our guide Felix, through Hello Travel Panama at The Mamallena Hostel in BOQUETE, the day before. The tour included 2 pieces of fruit, water, transportation both ways and an expert guide. I am...More
This hike is not for beginners. There's a lot of slipping and sliding and I got covered in mud. But it was totally worth it. The waterfalls were amazing. I went swimming in one of them, which I could not recommend more highly. It's extremely...More
It seemed strange paying to take a hike but totally worth it. Puma territory, if you know what I mean ; )
So private and cheap all things considered. Rainy in the rain Forrest and almost lost a star for this.
The Lost Waterfalls is a nice hike, nothing too strenuous, along a small river that takes you to three different waterfalls. It's a nice area, the path can be a bit muddy and slippery at times (there is one short steeper section before the third...More
We had a hire car so drove and parked close to the entrance, then walked for a couple of hours and saw all three waterfalls. The kids swam in the pools below waterfall 2 which looked great, but pretty chilly. The paths are well maintained...More
We took a shuttle bus from Boquete for around 2$ to get to the Lost Waterfalls at 8 a.m. It was a half an hour ride and when we got off the bus, the park was eerily empty. Mixed signs greeted us at the entry:...More