Ministry of Environment authorizes access to protected areas of Chiriquí


They urge the population to follow the recommendations of the park rangers stationed at each Control Post, and to be attentive to the prevention notices issued by SINAPROC or the Emergency Operations Center (COE) and to inform themselves through official accounts.

Ministry of Environment authorizes access to protected areas of Chiriquí

To date, more than 9,500 national and foreign tourists have entered these protected areas. Photo: Courtesy

The Regional Directorate of the Ministry of the Environment (MIAMBIENTE) in the province of Chiriquí, after the lifting of the Yellow alert by the National Civil Protection System (SINAPROC), authorizes access to the protected areas of this region.

“Given the decrease in rainfall and the displacement of Tropical Wave No. 1 outside the country, the alerts issued in recent days over Panamanian territory are lifted,” says a SINAPROC statement.

According to entry times and prerequisites, in addition to complying with biosafety regulations, you can access the Volcán Barú National Park, the Gulf of Chiriquí National Marine Park, La Amistad International Park and the La Barqueta Agrícola Beach Wildlife Refuge.

To date, more than 9,500 national and foreign tourists have entered these protected areas.

According to the Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology of Panama (IMHPA), the typical conditions of the rainy season are expected for the next few days.

MIAMBIENTE urges the population to follow the recommendations of the park rangers stationed at each Control Post, and to be attentive to the prevention notices issued by SINAPROC or the Emergency Operations Center (COE) and to obtain information through official accounts.

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