ADATA Announces New bi-lateral “Cabana Turistica”

ADATA, an alliance of ecological groups in the Chiriqui Highlands, in the western part of Panama, has opened a “Cabana Turistica” near Rio Sereno (the Serene River), a small town on the border with Costa Rica and on the edge of the Biological Corridor.  The Biological Corridor runs between South America and Canada.

The cabin is available for those wanting to visit the area.  Birders, hikers, naturalists and other groups visit this area regularly.  Now you can do so and support the environment.  ADATA supports the environment by supporting ecologically sustainable economic activities such as organic farming including organic coffee, restaurants, tourist activities, as well as direct support for the Parque Internacional La Amistad.

$25 per person per night, $120 for groups of six or more.  Ktichen, full bath, 2 bedrooms, 2 sofa bed (doubles),  maximum 10 people.



 

 

For further information, contact:  phone, email.

Primer proyecto 23 mayo 2011 gary

 

ADATA, (Alianza para el Desarrollo Ambiental de Tierras Altas), una alianza de 13 organizaciones ecologicas de Las Tierras Altas de Chiriqui, Panama, ya ofrece a turistas y grupos la posibilidad de alojamiento en Rio Sereno, en las bonitas y frescas montañas de Panama a la frontera con Costa Rica.  Muy cerca se encuentra el Corredor Biològico, donde viven mas de 250 especies de aves y otros animales como el puma, y una tremenda variedad de flora tambien. La cabaña es disponible para la gente que quiere visitar esta zona, el Parque Internacional La Amistad, y el Parque Volcan Baru (nombre exacto?).

Hay sitio para 10 personas.  Las ganacias apoyan …… ?    Vea abajo para mas informaciòn.

 

Un link al email aqui.

 

 

 

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