Verawa World

The Caribbean of Veraguas has it all!

The Caribbean Coast of Veraguas is like an uncut gem; previously inaccessible and therefore unknown to most people. However, since early 2020, new road developments have opened up this amazing region, providing a massive ecotourism development opportunity for Panama.
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Verawa World Panama - Veraguas Province Panama

The Caribbean of Veraguas can best be described as true paradise and is definitely Panama´s best kept secret with an abundance of virgin rain forest, national parks, meandering rivers, waterfalls, tropical islands and white sand palm fringed beaches sheltered by impressive rocky ridges and cliffs, overlooking a crystal clear turquoise Caribbean Sea.

The new road from Santiago through Santa Fé to the Caribbean Coast has reduced the driving distance from Santiago to VERAWA WORLD to less than 2 hours. With construction of the new airport the flying time to Panama City to VERAWA WORLD will be less than 30 minutes.

Because of the richness of natural, historical, cultural and wellness attractions, the Caribbean of Veraguas has the potential to become the #1 ecotourism destination of the Americas.

ECO Destination Guides

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Escudo de Veraguas
Panama’s undiscovered jewel

One of the world’s most pristine and undiscovered islands, surrounded by crystal clear waters, ideal for swimming, kayaking, diving or snorkeling. Escudo de Veraguas is an easily one-hour boat drive from Verawa World.

Natural Wonders
Natural attractions and parks

Verawa World is located in the hearth of the Biological Corridor and is surrounded by natural parks, with a large variety of rivers and waterfalls, abundant wild life with lush green cloud forest.

Mountain Escapes
The village of Santa Fé

A lovely rural village in the highlands of the Caribbean of Veraguas, just a one hour drive from the Verawa World. With an elevation of around 1,500 feet, is boasts a near-perfect climate.

Indigenous Cultures
The Ngäbe Buglé

The lack of connectivity with the rest of the country has well-preserved the local culture and traditions of the Ngäbe Buglé. They are Panama’s most numerous indigenous tribes.