Pedasí is one of the divisions that constitues the province of Los Santos. It is located in the southeast and has an imposing geography formed by plains and vast beaches such as El Arenal, El Toro, La Garita, Los Destiladeros, Venao Beach, Cañas Island, Iguana Island, and Cerro Hoya National Park.
One of its main attractions is Iguana Island, which was declared a Natural Reserve for its white sand beaches and ecosystem diversity that give it a magical quality.
Pedasí has hotels, restaurants, and bars for the convenience of the visitor.
HOW TO ARRIVE?
Plane: Flights depart from Albrook in Panama City at 12:30 p.m. and land in Pedasi at 1:30 p.m. Return flights leave Pedasi at 1:41 p.m. and arrive at Albrook in Panama City at 2:36 p.m. Bus: Board a bus from the Albrook bus terminal that is bound for Las Tablas or Pedasí. Car: Head westwards over the Centennial Bridge or Bridge of the Americas in the direction of the beaches and interior provinces. After passing reference points like Coronado, Penonomé, and Aguadulce, you will arrive at the Divisa overpass. Turn southwards and continue past Chitré and Las Tablas, and in approximately one hour and 40 minutes you will arrive at Pedasí.