North American Epic | section 11

Rainforest Recce
Section 11 of our North American Epic. This last section begins in Granada, Nicaraqua. The route winds south along the coast of the beautiful Nicoya Penninsula, Costa Rica and into Panama. Crossing the famous Panama Canal and pulling into cosmopolitan Panama City, the end point for the North American Epic 11 and for the North American Epic.

Highlights

  • Costa Rica’s amazing rainforests & birdlife
  • Manuel Antonio National Park
  • Western Panama’s tropical mountain paradise
  • Cross the Panama Canal

Details

TypeTour bike
Duration14 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Total distance789 mi / 1270 km
Group sizeMin.10 max. 45
LodgingHotels
BicycleBring your own
MonthDecember
StartGranada
FinishPanama City
States or countryNicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama
Airport startAugusto C. Sandino International Airport MGA
Airport finishTocumen International Airport PTY

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