Information about Boquete Panama
Boquete is a small town in Panama. It is located in the Province of Chiriquí, about 60 kilometres from the border with Costa Rica, and lies on the Caldera River, in Panama’s green mountain highlands. Because of its elevation, some 1,200 metres (3,900 ft) above sea level, its climate is cooler than that of the lowlands. Its scenic location, temperature, and natural environment make it popular with Panamanians and attracts tourists and retirees from all over the world.
Boquete is thought by many to be the best place to live in Panama. The unique and comfortable climate, natural beauty, many amenities, great local people and proximity to beaches as well as a medium sized city make Boquete a sought after international destination. It boasts a growing number of amenities including excellent restaurants, spas, hotels, shops, supermarkets, gyms and endless opportunities to experience the natural wonder of the region.
Some of its landmarks include nearby Volcán Barú, an active volcano and, at 3,475 meters (11,400 feet), the tallest point of land in Panama. Hikers enjoy a relatively easy hike up and over the volcano, along the Sendero de los Quetzales, which runs from Boquete up to Cerro Punta and Volcan, on the other side of the volcano.
Boquete is experiencing significant growth and that development is expected to escalate partially due to major infrastructure projects underway.
The tourist and commercial development that has been projected in the district of Boquete in Chiriqui has encouraged to create Buenavista Palza.
This commercial project in Boquete offers a country-style design with three floors, indoor parking, beautiful scenery, bus stops, ecological design, and all the amenities for any type of business that you want to install there.