Your bedroom is at treetop level, no more than 40 feet from the birds. In the cool Panamanian dawn you can feel Panamas great rainforest awakening around you. Blue Cotingas and Green Shrike-Vireos, birds normally glimpsed high in the tops of trees, perch right outside your Canopy Tower room. Up a flight of stairs in the dining room, a cup of coffee and rolls await you. Settle down at a table next to the window. Above the endless tropical forest of Soberanía National Park, a ship glides through the Panamá Canal. The hooting of a distant troupe of monkeys punctuates the birdcalls. You keep your field guide open on the table in front of you beside your rolls and fresh orange juice. In complete comfort, you greet the morning sun. Nothing obstructs your view. Through the unscreened open window, nature carries on its morning business.
There are five Canopy Rooms on the second floor, 28 feet above the ground. They have an area of 207 square feet, two ¾ beds (which can be joined together to make a queen bed), a desk with a chair, a big window, an overhead fan, a place to put your clothes/luggage and a private bathroom with a window. The finest accommodation, the Blue Cotinga Suite, is also on the second floor. It has an area of 366 square feet, two big windows overlooking the forest, two ¾ beds (which can be joined together to make a queen bed), a desk with a chair, a place to put your clothes/luggage, an overhead fan and a private bathroom with a window. It also has a hammock and a small balcony with a Brookstone hanging chair.
At the Canopy Tower you will be served three daily meals. Each meal features fresh and local ingredients and vary every day. Water and fruit juices are always included with the meal. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served at the dining room on the third floor of the tower with magnificent views of the surrounding forest. At the dining table you will also have the opportunity to get to know the other bird watchers staying at the Canopy Tower.
Library, internet, saloon with hammocks, observation desk for bird watching
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