Ancon Hill is a national icon most Panamanians hold very close to their hearts. There’s a huge flag that flies on top of the urban elevation that symbolizes the return of Panama’s sovereignty over the former U.S. Panama Canal Zone. A visit to the top of the hill is a visit which is richly rewarded.
Ancon Hill towers over Panama City. With a height of 654 feet, Ancon Hill Panama over looks the city. The beautiful road up the hill is a famous jogging and hiking path and there are three great spots of tourist attractions. As a matter of fact, Ancon Hill in Panama is a great Panama tourist attraction, which attracts travelers from all over the world.
To get to the top you have to drive or walk or job through a narrow one-track roads that winds up towards the top. After you get there, the view is absolutely overwhelming. If you have been following my blog posts, probably you have seen some of the pictures of Panama City and the Panama Canal from this mound.
Ancon Hill is open for visiting from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm everyday. There is no entry charge, which makes it more availed by the tourists. The highway along the Panama Canal leads to the hill, but as the road is quite narrow, it is important to drive safely.
Today I would like you to take a look at the road that leads to the top of the knoll which overlooks Panama City. Everywhere you look is emerald-green. It’s such a strong green it will mesmerize you. Take a look and enjoy the view.