Have an immersive experience in the nature and visit two waterfalls in the Sorá region:
This tour includes five waterfalls. Each offers different experiences: some are better for swimming, others for jumping, and others for simply relaxing and feasting your eyes. The route between each waterfall is entertaining, combined with walks along the trails through the forest and in certain sections we will have to climb with ropes. It is a complete experience that you should not miss, also accessible to children who love adventure.
Looking for something off the typical tourist trail? This is the tour for you! La Nativa is an amazing waterfall like no other in Panama! It’s a really unique waterfall with a rounded wall that pours into a small pool and then shoots sideways downstream.
This experience is accompanied by the opportunity to try the authentic taste of Panamanian food, prepared by the locals with whom we can share a pleasant time and learn about their lifestyle. With a private tour, you can have the option of making the trip to the waterfall on horseback.
Our adventure will begin with the Las Filipinas waterfall circuit. It will take us approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes, from Panama city, to the point where we will take a 4×4 vehicle that will take us to the starting point of the hike.
At the beginning of the walk, the time traveled to the first waterfall is 10 minutes. The complete route is approximately 1 hour to the fifth waterfall where we will stop to bathe and enjoy the natural pool of this waterfall.
Once refreshed and after completing the trail, we will take our vehicle again to head towards the Nativa Waterfall. We will park the car and walk to the waterfall. The path to reach the waterfall will take approximately 25 to 30 minutes, through roads, fields and tropical forest. There is the possibility of making the journey on horseback for an extra cost, however it must be specified in advance.
At the waterfall we will have time to swim, relax and fully enjoy an immersion in nature.
After having enjoyed a break at the waterfall, we will take the trail back, where a delicious typical Panamanian lunch awaits us to conclude our adventure, before returning to Panama City.
Not Included (but optional with extra charges)
The name Capira has its origins in the native language Kapira, and it means “warm and burning lands.”.
Capira is a land rich in natural resources, forests, mountains, and water tributaries that provide the Panama Canal with protection. This district also has large rocky formations and unique landscapes due to its closeness to El Valle de Antón.
It’s a multicultural district where customs from surrounding provinces such as Los Santos, Herrera, and Veraguas intersect making this one of the most culturally rich areas of Panama.
The activities we offer require a certain physical condition. For each tour there is a difficulty scale as a guide. People with particular physical and health conditions must indicate it, it’s important that our guides are aware and prepared if one of the participants has a particular physical or health condition.
Vegetarian, Vegan and/or Food Allergy
Some of our tours include lunch, please let us know in advance if any of the participants have a specific diet or if they have any type of food allergy. It is important to keep in mind that the meals we offer are prepared by locals and that depending on the destinations, the options of ingredients may be limited.
Our guides are professionals who know the risks and dangers of each tour or place we visit. It is important that you follow their instructions. We are not responsible for the damage or accident caused by not respecting the instructions and recommendations of our guides.
Drugs and illicit substances
For your safety and the safety of our work team, illicit substances or drugs should not be carried, because on certain tours we will pass through a customs and/or control post. If you put the integrity and security of the tour at risk, you must be held responsible for the damage caused.