About this listing
Rio Encantado is located on a 100 acre private nature resort on both sides of the Caldera river, 15 minutes from Boquete, private, secure and gated, with Pool, Rancho, 3 cottages, trails and a super special tree house right on the Caldera river.
We have an electric gate for security. Our road passes a guest house (that sleeps two) and the owner's home. As the road continues down toward the river it first passes cottage #1 that sleeps 2+. A short distance past the pool and cabana area cottage #2 is located. It sleeps 2+ and has an up close view of the Caldera river where you can fall asleep to the sound of the rushing water. Cottage #3 is located the closest to the river and sleeps 2+. All cottages have kitchens with refrigerators and cooking utensils and bathrooms with showers, towels, soap and toilet tissue.
Throughout the property there are groomed trails to view the tropical plants, birs and animals. Of special interest will be the Bromeliads, Tillandsias and orchids growing in the trees.
We limit our guests at any time to 12 nature and animal loving adults. Children must be over 12.
POOL, 30X60FT. FULL KITCHEN RANCHO,RIVER, TRAILS, TREE HOUSE
Interaction with Guests
THEY ARE INVITED TO HAVE A DRINK, DESERT AT SUNSET AT OUR LOOK-OUT, OVERLOOKING VOLCAN BARU, POOL, RANCHO & RIVER.
5 MINUTES AWAY, AMBULANCE, POLICE, RESTAURANTS, ALL SERVICES TO RUN THIS RESORT, PLUS Caldera IS A TYPICAL PANAMANIAN VILLAGE.
TAXIS AND BUSES FROM OUR GATE OR RENT A CAR LOCALLY FROM A PRIVATE PARTY
Other Things to Note
RIO ENCANTADO IS NOT FOR THE DISABLED, OR MORBIDLY OBESE, YOU CAN DRIVE UP TO ALL COTTAGES. AS A NATURE RESERVE WE HAVE SOUNDS OF THE RIVER, INSECTS AND BIRDS.
RIO ENCANTADO IS A NON SMOKING RESORT, no smoking permitted in public areas, cottagesor porches. No children under 12 and respect for nature and animals
About the Host, Frank & Jose
Rancho de Caldera, Boquete Fitness Friends OWNER of Rio Encantado, nature resort in Panama. Collector of PRE-Columbian art. Spent most of my life in my 4x4 truck camper, traveling in Mexico, Central and South America, collecting Enthnographic art