The Darien Province is located in the eastern end of Panama, and shares a border with Colombia. It is the largest province in Panama and is also the least developed – the landscape is covered by rugged mountains, rivers, virgin forests and beautiful beaches. Is considered the last safe home for many endangered species and is considered one of the most complete in the Americas tropical ecosystems.
The Darien National Park is the most southern tip of the province and covers nearly 1.5 million acres. The park is one of the favorite places for nature lovers and bird watchers and is one of the best places to see the Harpy Eagle (National Bird of Panama) and interact with the indigenous Embera and Wounaan.