Due to its location, the district of Boquete has a mild climate. During the day the temperature can reach 28° C and drop down to 15° C at night. These temperatures provide a suitable environment for growing flowers and coffee.
The district of Boquete is found in the northern part of the province of Chiriquí. It borders the districts of Changuinola and Chiriquí Grande in the province of Bocas del Toro to the north, the districts Dolega and David to the south, the district of Gualaca to the east and the districts of Boquerón, Dolega and Bugaba to the west.
How to arrive?
Car: Departing from Panama City, take the Interamerican Highway for about 450 km (approximately 6 hours of travel time) until you reach David - Chiriquí. Upon entering David, go straight and on your right hand side you will find Novey and Ricardo Pérez. Go down that road, and after about 46 kilometers of beautiful scenery you will see CEFATI (Tourist Facility Center) on the right. Keep going and you will reach the town of Boquete.
Bus: Upon arrival at the Tocumen International Airport, take a taxi to the National Transportation Terminal in Albrook. Look for buses there that will take you directly to the city of Chiriquí. To reach Boquete from David, take one of the buses that leave the city terminal every hour, and drop you off in the "valley of the flowers" in just forty-five minutes. These buses run from 6:00 AM until 8:00 PM.
What to bring?
Closed toe shoes
Coats or warm clothing
Canopy or zip line