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Discover our Outdoor Activities
Rapidly gaining a reputation throughout Panama as one of the finest canopy tour sites operating in the country, Panama Outdoor Adventures in Rio Piedra in the Province of Colon features 9 cables along its course of tree-top zip-lines. Each span sends the guest soaring through the jungle at heights that only the tree dwellers of the canopy can experience. The longest line on the tour is 225 meters long and provides a glimpse of one of the most stunning views of the jungle in the region.
$50.00 + tax
The site that Panama Outdoor Adventures sits on is surrounded by the Rio Piedra, or “Stony River”. The river encompasses almost the entire property in a large loop and offers a great view of the surrounding jungle where you can view plant and animal life unique to Central America and Panama.
Enjoy splashing, swimming, swinging from one of the rope swings, or just floating along as the world passes you by. Visitors may rent an inner tube to float on and guides will accompany you as you soak in tranquility. Deep pools along the river allow for rope swing fun as well as just cooling off after some zip line adventures.
$20$ + tax
Panama Outdoor Adventures offers camping sites within the jungle canopy, only 3-5 minutes walk along the trail from the center of the site. There are currently six available sites with 3 of them being situated near each other for larger groups with multiple tents. While there is no available electricity at this time, the tap water comes from a natural spring and is suitable for drinking and there are toilet facilities on site.
$10.00 + tax
There are currently 3 primary trails that radiate out from the center of the site to access the river. The trails are clearly marked and maintained and all pass under a dense canopy of jungle vegetation. We encourage visitors to relax after a canopy tour and take a walk on our trails to wind down and soak up the peace and beauty found in our jungle. It is no more than a 5 minute walk to the river along any of our trails and 2 of the 3 trails pass by campsites ready for the truly adventurous who wish to spend a night out in the wild.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY
From 9am to 4pm
With reservation only: Monday-Tuesday