caribbean all-inclusive adventure
Everything from volcano tours to zip-lining is included in your stay.

Why This Caribbean All-Inclusive Is the Ultimate Adventure Resort 

By: Alexander Britell - December 29, 2023

It’s the most sought-after all-inclusive resort in Panama: Los Establos Boutique Resort, the sister resort to Antigua’s legendary Hammock Cove resort. 

But there’s more to the story: the 16-room-and-suite property, set on a working coffee plantation in the mountains of Panama, just might be the region’s ultimate adventure resort.

The property’s wide-ranging all-inclusive program actually includes a tour and excursion every day of your stay. 

the views
The views are just spectacular.

That encompasses everything from rum tasting tours to bird watching expeditions to white-water rafting and hot springs visits. 

There’s no all-inclusive program quite like this anywhere in the wider Caribbean, where every day of your vacation comes with its own complimentary excursion. 

Every tour is mapped out and rated for difficulty, so if canopy zip-lining isn’t quite your speed, you can go for a panoramic driving tour through the Valley of Flowers, or enjoy a solera rum tasting of some of the country’s artisanal rums (that includes Carrta Vieja’s signature Geisha Coffee Rum, an eternal crowd-pleaser.)

And then there’s the rest of the all-inclusive offering: breakfast, lunch and dinner, complimentary beer, wine, water, juice and soda; and a diverse culinary program led by Chef Nestor Nuñez, including Panamanian-inspired cuisine and a range of local and international dishes. 

The hotel is within easy access to the town of Boquete, where you can venture out and sample the charming area’s dozens of restaurants. 

los establos
Los Establos is set on a 100-year-old working coffee farm.

But for all of the action beyond the resort, you’ll often find it hard to leave — there’s something about the soothing mountain air, the sounds of nature, those jaw-dropping views of the venerable Volcano Baru. 

Oh, and you’ll be enjoying some of the best coffee you’ve ever tasted — from right on the grounds of the hotel. 

For more, visit Los Establos

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