Even before the Spanish conquest, the Las Mendozas swimming hole was an important place for residents who lived in what is now the area of Penonomé. Its strategic location on the Zaratí River and position between the mountains and the coast made it an important zone for commerce.
The Chucunaque is a river that runs across the far eastern portion of Panama, specifically in the province of Darién, in the indigenous territories of Wargandí and Embera-Wounaan. It is the country's largest river (231 km), and the main tributary of the Tuira River, the second largest in the country.
For those who enjoy nature and adventure at sea, Pineapple Bay in Darién Province is the ideal place. This bay, famous for being a paradise for Black Marlin sport fishing, has staged numerous competitions, where over 250 world records have been broken. It is visited by people from all over the world.
Playa Blanca is a beach on the Pacific Ocean near the town of Farallón. It is an ideal place to rest, sunbathe, and take a refreshing swim in the sea. The beach is long and wide, stretching between a rocky reef and the Farallón River.