Museo de El Valle
This museum contains exhibits of petroglyphs and ceramics left by the indigenous peoples who lived in the area hundreds of years ago....
Chorro El Macho
The most famous waterfall in the El Valle area is the 85m-high Chorro El Macho, which is located a few kilometers north of town near the...
Mario Bernal Greco
An English- and Spanish-speaking guide from El Valle available for highland tours, bird-watching and visits around Panamá Province.
Bruschetta features generous versions of its namesake as well as salads, tacos and sandwiches. Unusual treats include the carrot-orange...
Lonely Planet review
Pozos Termales is the perfect place to soak the afternoon away. This renovated complex features a series of pools with varying temperatures and supposed curative properties. Post-bath, there is a bucket for applying healing mud to your skin. The next step is to take the requisite photo or two, and then head to the showers.
It's a 10-minute walk from town, located on the west side in a remote, forested area (follow the signs).