Darien Province – The last unspoilt region that shelters numerous creatures
Darien Province holds great mysteries and adventures due to the dense jungles and excessive wildlife. This Province separates Panama from its neighboring country Colombia.
Situated in the eastern end, Darien Province is the largest province of Panama. It is most commonly referred as the ‘Last Frontier’, the last unspoilt region of world. The dense jungle is a home to numerous indigenous people and native wildlife of Panama. The tourists travelling through the UNESCO’s site would get an opportunity to witness the untouched beautiful rainforest, beautiful beaches, large species of creatures, swamps and wide range of mountain regions.
It was the Darien Province that helped the Spanish conquerors to identify and discover the Pacific Ocean by traversing through the wild and dense tropical jungle that still exists. This region was unknown and remote for many decades. The slaves know as cimarrones, were ambushed in this region when they rebelled and escaped to jungle. At that time the only route to access this province was the sea route. The immense scenery is really unimaginable and awesome. The whole province is rich in biodiversity with the presence of jungle mangroves.
Numerous small cruisers of Panama operate in this route and navigate the tourist through the wild lands, great rivers and mystery paths. Some of the cruisers are very luxurious and provides fantastic service to make the Panama trip enjoyable. This region is the best destination for the people who love swordfish and for the travelers who like Marlin fishing. Here are the best places to visit in this region -
Travel destinations in Darien Province:
- Punta Patino – The largest Panamanian water reserve.
- Darien National Park – The largest park of Central America.
- Chucanti Field Station – Research center which promotes tourism.
- Star Fishing Spots - Deep sea fishing in the Pacific.
Darien Province is the safest home to numerous endangered species and it completes the tropical ecosystems of the Americas.