Prior to the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors, the territory of Chiriquí was inhabited by the Ngobe Native American nation, which also encompassed Bocas del Toro and parts of Veraguas. The city of David, the provincial capital, is served by an international airport. Chiriquí, which covers part of Panama’s border with Costa Rica, is one of the country’s most productive areas, its countless farms yielding virtually all the locally-consumed crops in Panama, including a delicious export coffee: the GEISHA. We invite you to visit its beaches, such as Playa Las Lajas, or climb to the top of Volcán Baru, and enjoy the cool climate of Cerro Punta and Boquete. The entire region is filled with adventure tourist opportunities, such as canopy tours and white-water river rafting expeditions.

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