Our forest is inhabited by hundreds of species of birds, families of monkeys, coaties, tapirs, agoutis, deer, pumas, jaguars and many other animals, as well as majestic trees, ferns, palms, orchids, heliconias... Nature in its full splendour!
Even though we are just two and a half hours away from Panama City, we are submerged in a privileged tropical rainforest area which is part of a biological corridor linked to the Nargana Natural Reserve which is itself connected to the Chagres National Park to the west and to the east with the Darien National Park. In Burbayar we are part of the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor (MBC).
The MBC goes from the south of Mexico to Panama, including Guatemala, Belice, Honduras, El Salvador, Nucaragua and Costa Rica. The general objective of the MBC is to keep the biological connection of the entire zone in order to avoid forest fragmentation and loss of habitats, flora, fauna and cultures, as well as to assure its sustainable use.