Also known as the “Sarigua Desert”, this national park is located on the coast of the Gulf of Parita. It is divided into three areas: the semi-deserted area, fragmented soils, and the sea. Within the area lie the remains of the oldest pre-columbine indigenous settlement of Panama. Pelicans, kingfishers, butterflies, scorpions and grasshoppers are some of the species found on the arid grounds of this part of the tropics.
Hiking and exploring the oldest pre-columbine indigenous village in Panama.