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The Canopy Camp is located in the heart of Panama's remote eastern province, Darien. A birdwatcher's paradise, the Canopy Camp offers all-inclusive birding and wildlife observation tours and lodging in the most bio-diverse region of Central America. The Canopy Camp features comfortable African safari-style tents, private bathrooms, excellent meals and high-quality bilingual naturalist guides.
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sk20314 wrote a review Feb 2020
Tampa, Florida66 contributions37 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Went there by a direct booking through the Canopy Family. This is possible and economic as they have their own expert birding guides who know where the birds are. Among the many birds we saw we had 4 rare birds. The accomaditions are safari tent style with an adjacent full bathroom on each tent platform. sites are located away from each other and private. The staff and the food is excellent , served buffet style with 1 protein and vegan option on request. This was our second visit to the Canopy Family facilities we liked them all especially the Lodge which we visited in 2017. Birds!
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Room Tip: 4 and 5 are the closest but all have a nice location, all close to main area.
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Response from Rosannette M, Resident biologist/communications at Canopy Camp
Responded 24 Feb 2020
Dear Steve. Thank you very much again for this second review, it is much appreciated. The Canopy Camp is for sure a magical place and we are glad to read that you enjoyed your stay. We hope you can visit us again sometime. There's always good birds to watch in Panama!
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Tom W wrote a review Feb 2020
Canton, New York2 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
EBird states that any day you see a crested eagle deserves a gold star. So how do you rate a day with both a Harpy eagle and a dark morph crested eagle. Our guide Danilo Rodriguez (jr.) was truly excellent. He was attentive to the details that made everything run smoothly. Every day brought an exciting bird of the day, such as great views of a blue cotinga, or the third dwarf cuckoo ever recorded on eBird in the Darién. The cultural aspects of the trip also left a big impression as we saw an indigenous village reachable only by water and got a good understanding of life in this very rural and largely undeveloped area.
The camp itself was comfortable and the staff friendly and accommodating. They are far usual retail sources of supply which affected food choices but usually the meals were of good quality.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Response from Jonathan S, Resident Biologist/Communications at Canopy Camp
Responded 14 Apr 2020
Thanks very much for your review, Tom, I'll be sure to pass your kind words on to Danilo. Hope to see you again in Panama sometime!
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Crmterrier wrote a review Mar 2023
Boise, Idaho36 contributions2 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was an amazing trip.
Tino was the best guide we have ever had. He was so knowledgeable. He knew where to look for certain birds that we wanted to see. He knows birds by sound and by sight whether flying or sitting in a tree. Whoever was supporting him each day was very helpful in finding birds as well.
The food was amazing. I would love to have a couple of the recipes. The cooks were so kind in helping with my dietary restrictions. I never felt hungry and definitely over ate, it was so good.
The accommodations were extremely comfortable. I loved listening to the night sounds and slept so well. The camp is beautiful with so many ways to attract birds. We loved watching the hummingbirds at meals. The vulture pit was a fantastic addition. I was so excited to see King Vultures on the ground.
The transportation was comfortable. We enjoyed riding in the back of the truck to be able to see all around. I loved riding in the dugout canoes.
With all of the warnings about traveling to eastern Panama, we made a good choice. We never felt unsafe. We saw nothing that would make us reconsider going back there again. I would definitely return to the camp.
We were very happy with the Canopy Family and Canopy Camp. We hope to return to one of the other facilities in the future.
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: The schedule is busy so be prepared for little downtime. Keep your cash on you at all times.
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Response from Rosannette Maria Quesada Hidalgo, Other at Canopy Camp
Responded 25 Jun 2023
Thank you very much for your kind review. We really appreciate it. We are glad you had a wonderful stay and felt safe around the Darién area. We hope this can encourage other visitors to come and enjoy the wonders of this magical place. We hope to see you in Panama again soon!
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Rochelle F wrote a review Mar 2023
Randolph, New Jersey1,107 contribution402 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Amazing trip to this Canopy Camp. I am not a camper but as my husband wanted to see the Harpy Eagle, we came to stay here to go search for it. We saw amazing birds, had an amazing trip to see the Harpy Eagle. This was a wonderful adventure!

The tents have comfortable beds and a fan to stay cool. The bathroom is nearby with open windows so bugs do get in but I got used to it. The grounds have wonderful flowers and a family of monkeys live there.

Oscar was our guide for our stay and was wonderful. Eli drove us to/from the Camp from Panama City (he was guiding the foundation that funds a lot of local research that happened to be staying when we were).

We absolutely loved our stay here. It was a highlight of our 5 week trip to Panama.
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Date of stay: February 2023
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The larger tents have a separate area for clothes etc and are located at edge of property Very...
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Response from Rosannette Maria Quesada Hidalgo, Other at Canopy Camp
Responded 25 Jun 2023
Thank you very much for your amazing review. We are very happy that you enjoyed your trip and we hope to see you in Panama again soon!
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PTWK wrote a review Dec 2023
Wokingham, England15 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and myself went to the Canopy Camp at the end of October, beginning of November 2023. It was a marvellous trip, we saw plenty of birds and other wildlife, including the harpy eagles. The camp itself is very comfortable, spacious tents, good meals, grounds with hummingbirds and plenty of other birds passing through (we had a Great Potoo calling outside our tent one night) and all trips out are well organised and explained. Our guide, Igua, was execellent, as are all of the Canopy staff. A special thanks has to go to the team at the Canopy family, as there were protests in Panama during our stay, against the mining operations taking place in the country. Despite the travel problems the protests caused, we still got to the Camp and back to Panama City without any problems. They are an excellent team
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Date of stay: October 2023
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Rosannette Maria Quesada Hidalgo, Other at Canopy Camp
Responded 21 Mar 2024
Thank you so much for your amazing feedback! We're thrilled to hear that you had a wonderful experience at the Canopy Camp. We're glad that we could assist you during the protests and ensure your safe transportation. We can't wait to welcome you back for more incredible birdwatching and nature adventures in the future!
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Michael & Gail Lenney wrote a review Feb 2022
Carnarvon, Australia202 contributions75 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
First class camping in the remote jungle of the Darien, Oanama. Beautiful outdoor living and dining areas. Delicious meals different each day. Our guide Oscar delivered unique adventures to see birds each morning and afternoon. His knowledge is so spot on and his calls and the calls he hears where amazing. Even just around the huge property the birds and sounds we heard, just so special. We saw so much in a week. The indigenous people,the longboat rides down the rivers. The Holler monkeys in the morning, just fantastic.Couldn't of had a better guide. Seeing rare and uncommon birds each day. What a paradise to visit and explore with people that know the area. 5 star for sure.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Jonathan Slifkin, Marketing at Canopy Camp
Responded 20 Feb 2022
Thanks so much again for your kind reviews of the Tower and the Camp! We look forward to having you back.
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jrecology wrote a review Feb 2014
Sacramento, California10 contributions18 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I spent 6 nights at Canopy Camp in January (first week they were open) with a tour group and had a really good time and enjoyed the entire camp. Following the Canopy Family tradition, the room was comfortable, the food was good and the people were very helpful and friendly.

The idea of staying in a tent seemed a little daunting at first – worrying about bugs and privacy plus getting to the bathroom – but everything works well and is comfortable. But this was not your ordinary tent – two beds, teak floor, high ceilings and plenty of room. There was also electricity and fan, plenty of light if needed, nice decks to sit out on and enjoy the scenery, and separated enough that you are not right on top of your neighbor. I think the entire week I was there I only saw 2 mosquitoes, and not much made it past the mesh on the door. I was in tent 8 which looks out on the camp and to the mountains in the distance. Most of the other cabins have decks that look out into the forest but I am not sure they saw anything different. Either way they are very comfortable accommodations (the few things that were just off can be attributed to them having just opened – should be fixed soon so not even worth mentioning).

And if you are a birdwatcher (which is probably why you are here), the birding is great! Some trails around camp (watch out for the Capuchin monkeys!), plus just what is flying around will keep you busy. The tour packages will take you to other areas that offer an even greater diversity of species. One note – if you go to El Real, it is a long day of travelling.
It is a bit of a journey to get here. Roads in the Darien are “interesting” – you know it the second you cross into the province of Darien just by the road conditions! But it is worth the drive.

Thanks Carlos, Jenn, Raul and everyone else for a wonderful trip! Looking forward to coming back!
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Date of stay: January 2014
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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cynbass wrote a review Mar 2014
Oregon43 contributions30 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I was lucky to be with one of the first birding groups to stay for a week at the newest lodge in the Canopy Family, Canopy Camp. I went with my favorite bird tour group, Ventures Birding. There were only 5 of us on the tour and we had the place to ourselves. The camp can accommodate 16 people total (2 to a tent). The 8 tents are luxury safari style on elevated platforms with teak floors and private bathrooms with showers open to the sky (cold water only, but I understand that will change). There is a deck area with lounge chairs in front of each tent and plenty of storage and hanging space for gear and clothes. There is a standing fan and lots of windows in the tents as well. Flashlights, mirrors, soap and shampoo, Kleenex, hand held fans and even emergency whistles are also provided. I really wanted for nothing. Drinking water containers are in the bathrooms and in the dining area for refilling bottles (best to bring your own water bottle). The dining area and the "living room" is covered with open sides. There is plenty of comfortable seating as well as hammocks to rest in during the heat of the day (it does get quite hot in the Darien). The library is well stocked and "happy hour" with nibbles and an honor bar is served there every evening. Now to the food. It is wonderful. Plenty of fresh veggies, meat and fish dishes, hot breakfasts with plenty of luscious local fruit and strong coffee early every morning. I brought home some of the salsa that was made fresh daily. If you're out birding all day the same quality picnic lunch is brought along complete with a folding table and a tablecloth! There is always cold water, drinks and snacks in the van wherever you go. The birding is world class in this area of course. We saw hundreds of species in just a few days and the local guides are amazing at spotting the birds (even the antbirds). Canopy Camp is in the middle of no where, but if you love to be close to nature this is your comfortable paradise? Hiking trails around camp are good and there's nothing like waking to the sounds of Howler Monkeys and Oropendolas. I can't recommend Canopy Camp enough.
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Date of stay: March 2014
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Tent 1 is up the hill and away from any other tents. It was just being finished when I was there....
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mjabdy wrote a review Mar 2020
Maryland101 contributions64 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Our Canopy Camp guide – Eliecer Rodriguez – met our group at our Panama City Airport hotel. He also served as our driver. Our group comprised of 10 people and we fit in a van that can seat 12. Canopy supplied plenty of water (bring your own reusable water-bottle) and snacks. Our luggage was transported separately to Canopy Camp and was waiting in our tent upon arrival. As we drove south towards the Darien and Canopy Camp, we did some birding along the way, stopping at Lake Bayano. We had lunch en route – eating at Restaurante Avicar located on the Pan American Highway in Torti (also ate there on our way back to Panama City). I had read that the road to Canopy Camp was full of potholes – this was only partly the case and once we reached Darien Province, the road was in perfect condition.
We visited in late February – this is their dry season. We stayed in Canopy Camp Tent #1 located about 100 yards up a very slight hill from the main lodge. Very private. While very subjective, it seemed that there was more wildlife outside the other tents that are located a little closer to the multiple feeders. The tent had a queen size bed, three small rectangular tables, oscillating fan, and rack and hangers to hang clothes. There was a central overhead light and headlamp on each side of the bed. The tent had three power outlets and two re-chargeable flashlights/torches provided. You need to exit the tent to get to the spacious bathroom, sink and shower area. Canopy Camp has a modern septic system and you can flush toilet paper – unlike many other ecolodges I’ve stayed at in Central America. There is a container of drinking water provided next to the sink. The hot water is based on a gas geyser and requires that you fully turn on the hot water first before turning on the cold water – initially the temperature fluctuated and water pressure varied (problem with all guest tents), but the problem was fixed, and for the majority of our stay the showers worked well. Meals are served in the main open area; they were varied and buffet style with one meat and one vegetarian option. Coffee, hot water, drinking water and non-alcoholic drinks (juices and soda) are available at any time. Alcohol was available and you use a log-book to record your drinks on the honor-system (can of beer was $2.00). We were also able to get laundry done – cost was $12 per bag.
There are walking trails around camp, and while we never had time to walk the official trails, we did some excellent birding on the grounds. This included a short walk to a blind with views of a “vulture feeding station.” They also have set up with an insect-attracting sheet that attracts nighttime insects. On the topic of insects – we encountered very few (none in our tent) and I personally never applied any bug-spray and was never bitten. Others in our group did get an occasional bug bite and thus regularly used bug-spray. They do provide a sulpher powder to apply to your lower legs & shoes to help prevent chigger bites – again, not an issue for me
Activities: we visited Canopy Camp for the bird-watching and were not disappointed. Over our five night stay we saw almost all our target species including both the Crested and Harpy Eagles and Dusky-backed Jacamar. We were there in the hot dry season and fortunately current access to both eagle nests were easier than other reports of nests at different locations. The Crested Eagle nest was an easy and short walk into the forest from a logging road; access to the Harpy Eagle nest required driving south to Yaviza, then a short-motorized canoe ride to a nearby farm where you hiked for about 45 minutes. The hike was moderately strenuous with an uneven track and some steep but relatively short hills – our entire group was drenched in sweat. Staying hydrated was important and in addition to your own water bottles, Canopy did bring along some additional drinks and snacks. In almost every case, when you birded on properties outside of camp you were accompanied by a local guide. It is a little unclear what the tipping protocol is for these local guides, since Canopy has paid them for their services but our group did tip them. We also were able to spend a little time at an Embera community village where you could browse and buy some very reasonably priced handmade souvenirs (it did not appear that bargaining was appropriate). Finally, there is a heavy law-enforcement presence in Darien and we regularly went through check-points during our stay. We felt safe the entire time and there were no security issues - the Canopy team took care of all the logistics (we sent copies of our passports ahead of time).
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Response from Jonathan S, Resident Biologist/Communications at Canopy Camp
Responded 14 Apr 2020
Thanks so much for your thorough review, we very much appreciate it and hope to see you again in Panama sometime!
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Jennifer C wrote a review Aug 2017
6 contributions9 helpful votes
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Canopy Camp is the best way to experience the Darien! The guides are incredibly knowledgeable, friendly, downright likeable and accommodating. They clearly love what they're doing and go out of their way to make your experience memorable. The four of us (birders and ornithologists) had an absolutely fantastic time with Moyo as our guide.

The excursions we took deep into the Darien were two of the most amazing adventures I've ever had, and I'm a wildlife biologist who works in U.S. forests and swamps. Both trips involved traveling in 40-foot-long dugout canoes down the Chucunaque River. Seeing and photographing a Harpy Eagle--and getting really good looks at it--was a dream come true! Capped Herons, Red-throated Caracaras, and Black Oropendolas were a few of the additional "lifers" I picked up on these trips. We hiked through primeval forests on foot trails that meandered around the bases of gargantuan trees. One trail was frequented by a jaguar and another by an ocelot. Meeting Embera indians, talking with the Embera guides about local wildlife, and giving an Embera family a lift in our truck, all added to the magic.

The other half-day trips arranged by Canopy Camp were all bird-rich and rewarding. One trip produced our lifer Black-and-White Hawk-Eagle: I spied the glowing hawk-eagle as it soared against the blue sky. Next thing we know, a particularly dashing dark-phased Short-tailed Hawk flew in above it to strike it twice on the back. Talk about spectacular!!!

Along the road to Canopy Camp, we had Gray-cheeked Nunlet, Pearl Kites and Spot-breasted Woodpeckers, and at night, Striped Owl and Common Pauraque as well as Kinkajou and Northern tamandua.

Back at Canopy Camp proper, the open-air dining area is surrounded by hummingbird feeders, a platform for feeding Geoffroy's tamarins, and an abundance of lush, tropical flowering plants. It's a great place to relax and allow the Darien's wildlife to come to you. Long-billed Starthroat, Sapphire-throated Hummingbird, and Blue-throated Goldentail were some of my favorite hummingbirds seen in the courtyard. Birding from an armchair produced some amazing birds, including Red-rumped Woodpecker, Spot-crowned Barbet, and Golden-headed Manakin!

Canopy Camp's facilities are rustic and comfortable. Everything is clean and well-maintained. The study, canvas tents are elevated on wooden platforms and have a tin roof over them. The porches behind each tent provide a gorgeous view of the surrounding jungle and mountains.

The shower has no ceiling: taking a shower with the rain pouring in was an interesting experience, as was the bat that flew out from over the sink every morning. The faucet water is not safe to drink, but Canopy Camp provides you with drinking water. Bring Cipro (ciprofloxacin) just in case you get Traveler's diarrhea--one person in our group needed it.

I commend the entire Canopy Family for their top-rate tours, guides, facilities, amenities, wait-staff, logistics and organization in the remoteness of the Darien. Everything was on time, the transportation was reliable, and food, water, drinks and snacks were always available.

I urge the adventuresome traveler (and especially birders) to book a visit at Canopy Camp. Not only will you have a fabulous trip, and possibly the adventure of a lifetime (as I did), but you will also be supporting local wildlife conservation and ecotourism in the Darien!
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Chocolate74 asked a question May 2023
London, United Kingdom629 contributions396 helpful votes
How can I come and stay for 3 nights? We don’t have time to do the full 7 days. Thanks
Answer from Rosannette Quesada
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Hi, you can write us an email or visit our website and fill out the form at "Book your trip" and we can arrange a visit for 3 days. Hope to see you in Panama!
Cara S asked a question Aug 2019
Virginia Beach, Virginia95 contributions40 helpful votes
Do they have good cocktails... or beer/wine?
Answer from Rosannette Quesada
1 contribution
Hi, we have beers available, and rum&vodka. Wine is included in every dinner with our packages :)
Answer from Jenn Sinasac
Arraijan, Panama1 contribution
Hello from the Canopy Family! Thank you for your question. Our 7-night, all-inclusive Birds of Canopy Camp Darien package includes lodging, meals and all tours, including the tour to see the Harpy Eagle and the newly found Crested Eagle nest. If you have requested a modified itinerary, please consult with our reservations department to clarify which tours you have included or excluded, or are at an additional cost. Generally, our guests book the week-long package which is hassle-free, all you need to do is get to Panama and let us take care of the rest! Gratuities to the guides and staff are not included in the all-inclusive rate, so budgeting to bring additional funds for gratuities would be much appreciated by our guides and staff who work hard to give you the best experience possible! Thank you again for your question and we look forward to seeing you in Panama!
Answer from Jenn Sinasac
Arraijan, Panama1 contribution
Hello from Panama and thank you for your question! Apart from the standard gear, we recommend you bring a reusable water bottle to refill throughout your tour. We have plenty of drinking water available at the Canopy Camp. A headlamp for around camp after dark (and extra batteries) - having a "hands-free" option is very helpful. Sun protection (sunscreen and a wide-brimmed hat) is very important, and February is the dry season in Panama so there is not much rain to be expected, but a compact waterproof jacket or poncho is never a bad idea. While closed shoes or hiking boots are required for in the field, a light pair of sandals for around camp are recommended. See you in February!
Rochelle F wrote a tip Mar 2023
Randolph, New Jersey1,107 contribution402 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The larger tents have a separate area for clothes etc and are located at edge of property Very private which we liked."
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Crmterrier wrote a tip Mar 2023
Boise, Idaho36 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The schedule is busy so be prepared for little downtime. Keep your cash on you at all times."
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John H wrote a tip Feb 2023
Westmount, Canada497 contributions243 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Tents # 1 and #2 are separated from others and very private. "
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sk20314 wrote a tip Feb 2020
Tampa, Florida66 contributions37 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"4 and 5 are the closest but all have a nice location, all close to main area."
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SimonALeicester wrote a tip Nov 2019
Leicester86 contributions80 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All tents look good. #2 is the most private, #8 furthest away from the centre"
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