Boquete Tree Trek Mountain Resort
A rustic mountain lodge offering a good range of outdoor activities.
Boquete Tree Trek Mountain Resort is situated in a national park on a hillside surrounded by tightly packed woodland. It’s a bit of an effort to get there, as the winding access is steep in some places and unpaved, but its lofty location promises panoramic views over the surrounding landscape which do not disappoint.
The accommodation is in cosy wooden Alpine-style cabins which are dotted about the property. There are walking trails from the lodge, and while there are plenty of guided activities on offer in the local area, such as ziplining and horseriding, it is also a great place just to relax. All 13 of the rustic bedrooms have a balcony offering a river, mountain or courtyard view, intermittent Wifi, a TV and private bathroom.
What our clients say
97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.
"Most memorable was watching mother and baby two-toed sloths from bedroom window at Canopy Tower. Early morning on the roof of Canopy Tower listening to howler monkeys as the sun rises over the forest.”NW, Kidlington
We didn't realise the partial canal transit would be in such a big boat with loads of other tourists - not a problem, but would have been good for this to be pointed out in advance.NF, Tunbridge Wells
We enjoyed all locations which were very diverse and equally memorable.IB, Chesterfield
"Bocas del Toro was great fun and frivolous and a great journey there by boat."GS, Bushey
Most memorable experience: “Tranquillo bay was a cut above everything else. Staying on Waidup (near Isla Tigre) was also special.”MH, Chiswick
Highlights: “Locks on the Panama canal and Panamax vessels up close.”MC, Fulham
Panama was far more interesting than what we thought it would be, particularly the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Bio Diversity Museum.CY, Heathfield
Because of my interest in shipping, the Panama Canal partial transit was fascinating.JB
Top experiences in Panama - going through the canal and exploring Panama City and surrounding area. I was surprised to find that Panama is not just the Canal Zone!
Most Memorable Moment?: Too hard to choose one. Panama Canal Transit was a lifelong ambition.NA, London
Each part of my trip had a special moment. I loved both the new and old parts of Panama city, but my highlight there was seeing sloths while walking up Cerro Ancon. In Bocas del Toro it was being the only person there on a stunning beach. The best moment though has to be staying at the Canopy Tower and experiencing the wildlife. I'll never forget the sound of the Howler monkeys.TF, Wakefield
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Our specialists have been expertly crafting award-winning tailor-made holidays to Latin America for 40 years. We would be delighted to create a truly personalised trip which perfectly matches your wishes and requirements.
Chris Rendell-Dunn - Travel Expert
Anglo-Peruvian Chris grew up in Lima and spent much of his adult life in between London and Cusco as a tour leader, before settling permanently in our London-based Tailor-made and Group Tours sales team.