Panama’s national parks and nature reserves are moderately developed. All parks have at least a basic ranger station where visitors can register with park rangers, get maps, and learn about the park. The quality of the trails often depends on the accessibility of the park. Parks that see more visitors have better facilities, including handrails, benches/picnic tables, and identifiable boundaries. Trails in less accessible parks can be crudely made and confusing. Exploring parks with a guide is generally advisable.
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