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Chorro de las Mozas
Welcome to a paradisiacal place, full of a lot biodiversity, a worthy place to rest and relax, this it is the jet of the mozas.
It is actually a sequence of three jets that are found in the Ancon River. According to legend, each of the three jets is a sister who was disobeyed by her parents.
One Good Friday they went to bathe to the river Anton and they were there petrified forever. It is a refuge to camp, rest and appreciate this tourist attraction. There is also a natural pool, great to cool off. Unfortunately in this beautiful place one finds a lot of garbage. The path to reach the jets also has its song. One is walking on the banks of the river sometimes you need to walk between the stream.
On the way you can observe many birds, rock formations, small waterfalls and fast currents. Valle del Antón as a tourist area has all the services for tourists. It is easy to find restaurant, accommodation, supermarket gas station, among other places to appreciate. Work began in this place on November 23, 2011, since it had the entrance and the same place somewhat neglected.
The Mayor of Anton and the Community Board are in charge of this site. For now you only have access to the first jet, since the second one has a very steep and difficult height to transit.
How to get here:
Obviously, it is necessary to reach the Anton Valley first. It is only 128 km from Panama City and the road is easy to find and the road is in good condition. They are 98 kilometers on the Inter-American Highway to San Carlos. Approximately 4 kilometers after San Carlos is the detour to El Valle. From here about 30 kilometers to the town.
Once you reach the village you continue on the main road, go through the market, through the church until you reach an intersection where the supermarket is. Here, turn left and continue for about 2 kilometers until you reach the Ancón River.
From here follows the current of the river and about 10 minutes later you will find Choro de Las Mozas. You enter walking This information is due to the students of the 5th year of the Colegio San Agustín de Penonome:
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