Surrounded by the Baru volcano and the central mountain range, Boquete has become a popular destination for those seeking lower temperatures than those found in the lowlands.
Tucked away on the eastern slopes of the Barú Volcano at 1200 meters is the small and charming mountain village of Boquete, approx. 40 km from the town of David. Known to produce some of the sweetest oranges and richest coffees in all of Panama, Boquete is quickly becoming a destination for those visitors seeking a sunny though cool mountain weather. Boquete’s healthy climate has prompted many to believe it is the secret to longevity, since many native Boqueteños have lived well on past their one-hundredth birthday. Boquete’s surrounding hills and slopes are primarily covered in shade-grown coffee plantations, providing a rich product recognized by international connoisseurs. Coffee is primarily picked by the Guaymi Indians during the months of October through February. Coffee picking season is a festive time and colorfully clad Indian families come from various parts of the province to harvest the coffee cherries.
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