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Intern Britney Herman writes about a recent trip to Boquete and her observations.   Read More
Nathan details an exciting and somewhat nerve wracking experience in Chiriqui Province on the famous Sendero de Los Quetzales.  Read More
The Peak of Baru
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Mallory ponders the meaning of hiking and recounts observations she took from her most recent hiking experiences  Read More
Shannon takes a trip down memory lane by reflecting on her favorite memories of Panama. Using pictures, Shannon paints a picture of what life in Panama can be like. Panama can truly be paradise.  Read More
Difference between coffee beans
Veronika shares exciting experience from organic coffee farm, its sustainable practices, fabulous smell and delicious taste.  Read More
Boquete Adventure
Shannon went to Boquete for a weekend adventure with fellow interns, Lindsay and Vero. The small mountain town offered a variety of activities, but Lindsay and Shannon choose to try ziplining with Boquete Tree Trek. Amazing views and friendly guides proved to be the right recipe for a great weekend away.  Read More
Dad Ibe Lodge in San Blas.
Emily describes her travels around Panama, exploring the diverse climates and experiencing the different cultures the country has to offer.  Read More
Small Greenhouse
An adventure to Boquete to find Thoroughbreds and to learn about furture agriculture plans in the Kalu Yala Valley.  Read More
Steven gives an account of his weekend trip to Boquete, where he had quite the adventure climbing the Volcan Baru, the highest point in Panama.   Read More
Panamanian Potter, Azuero Peninsula, Panama
In this week's installment of Artisan Road Trip, Anne Walker features some of the many faces of Panama. These portraits put a face to the name of the artisans and craftsmen who are helping to create a culture of quality for Kalu Yala. The Hispania office will soon feature works commissioned by many of these talented individuals.   Read More