The Metropolitan Natural Park (Parque Natural Metropolitano, or PNM) is the only city-based natural park in Latin America, spread over more than 232 hectares of both dry and humid tropical forests, the former now extinct in 75% of the country. This park is the “Lungs of Panama City” where around 284 species of flora can flourish, including trees that stretch 30 to 40 meters high. This vegetation is home to approximately 378 species of animals.


As an organization, we are committed to the laws that guide us, with defined strategies and objectives for the conservation of natural resources, biodiversity, and social participation in a protected area.


We are a conservation unit with a leadership structure characterized by shared management responsibilities, recognized at both a national and international level.


National and international members and supporters
This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site.