Boquete is a town in western Panama, in the Chiriquí Province, near the border with Costa Rica. Because of its altitude (about 1,000 meters above sea level) its climate is cooler than the lowlands in Panama, and it has become a pleasant escape from the heat. Its natural environment has made it extremely popular with tourists from all over the world. Some of its landmarks include nearby Volcán Barú and the Sendero de los Quetzales. Boquete is also known for its coffee, said to be the finest in Panama (and among the world's best), and its oranges. The Caldera River runs through the town.
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