A few minutes from Panama City, the MNP offers facilities for nature interpretation, environmental education, ecological and scientific investigation, cultural activities, outdoor recreation, jogging, and other activities related to nature.
Fauna: the park is a shelter to a great variety of species of mammals, reptiles, insects, and birds that you will be able to observe.
Los Trinos Lookout Point: located on the Mono Titi road, it is ideal for bird observation. Here you will be able to enjoy the melody of a great variety of birds that inhabit the park.
Cedar Hill lookout Point first level: located at 140 meters above sea level; from here you will see El Dorado shopping area, the former Clayton Hospital and the two National Parks that are connected to the MNP.
Cedar Hill Lookout Point second level: it is the Park's highest point, located at 150 meters above sea level. You can observe the islands of Naos, Flamenco, Taboguilla and Taboga. You can also observe the Panama Canal entrance on the Pacific side, the Bridge of the Americas, Ancon Hill, and an incredible panoramic view of Panama City.
Trails: the Park has four trails and a road that allows the observation of our rich vegetation formed by vines, bindweed, shrubs, orchids, and trees between 30 and 50 meters high.