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Experiences

Boquete, Chiriquí

Volcán Barú, the dormant volcano south of the Continental Divide, is one of the only places in the world where you can see both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea at the same time with the naked eye.
Join us for the steep and rugged climb by 4×4 jeep. You will reach the summit of the dormant volcano as you drive up the volcano’s maintenance road. From the summit, you will get a breathtaking panoramic view of both coasts of Panama, the Pacific and the Caribbean for a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to witness the sunrise of a volcano from the highest point in Panama.

Volcan Baru is not for the faint of heart, as it is an extreme climb, at times in sub-zero temperatures and cold wind gusts. The magnificent views from the top are worth it, and say “you’ve been to the highest point in Panama”.

The 4×4 Jeep is a great time saver, only taking approximately 2 hours to reach the summit. It is an extremely rugged off-road experience at 4:00 a.m. in the morning, but the Jeep offers comfortable seating and closed windows, protecting you from the cold. However, the ride is not recommended for people who are pregnant, have back problems or are prone to motion sickness. At the top, you can wait (drinking hot coffee with the vehicle’s hot heater) until the sun makes its first appearance. After a final ascent to the Baru Volcano peak, you can take your panoramic photos and return for two more hours in the Jeep, enjoying the mountain scenery under the new sunlight.

San Blas

San Blas is for those who like to enjoy a unique experience. In total harmony with nature. For the Gunas, the earth is the mother of all things. She is the guardian of all that exists and represents the spirit, strength and vigor of their culture.

The natural beauty of San Blas is made even more special by the fact that it is home to one of the 7 ancestral cultures of Panama, the Gunas. The Guna women are recognized worldwide for their skill in the making of “MOLAS”, colorful handicrafts made of colorful fabrics with which they form original and varied designs. A visit to San Blas is a unique experience in the world, only possible in Panama. We are waiting for you

Turquoise sea, transparent waters, beaches with coconut trees and white sand await you in this destination …. This is San Blas, a place like no other in the world! The expedition starts very early, between 5:00 a.m. to 5:30 a.m. we will pick you up at the hotel and go to an indigenous reserve.

We must carry our original passport, accompanied by your vaccination card with the complete vaccination schedule / in case of not having complete vaccinations, you must bring negative PCR test (not included in the proposal) to enter! After boarding our 4×4 vehicle we start the trip in a northeasterly direction, traveling for about 3 hours along the Panamerican Highway and the El Llano-Cartí connection while we enjoy a breathtaking landscape dominated by the mountains of the Central Cordillera and then contrast with the turquoise blue of the Caribbean Sea that awaits us. **During this journey we will have one or two stops for supplies and a break. Once at the Cartí dock, we will board an outboard motor boat that will take us on a wonderful expedition to one of the most beautiful places on the planet. We will visit the natural pool and one of its paradisiacal islands, where you can snorkel (equipment not included), sunbathe and enjoy a delicious fish lunch (drinks not included).

In the afternoon, approximately at 14:00 hours we will go back to the Cartí dock to board our vehicles and return to Panama City.

Visit to Indigenous Communities

This tour is designed to take you into a time machine and take you back more than 600 years; to a Central America that only a few were privileged to experience. More than a tour, it is a journey into the lives of the Embera Indians. They are a proud people, who have been able to maintain their traditions and lifestyle as it was before the Spanish colonized the region. This morning we head to Chagres National Park located 1:15 hours drive from Panama City. Upon arrival, we will board the famous “piraguas or canoes” which are traditional Embera boats, carved in wood from a single tree trunk.

At the end of the trip we will see the village “Emberá Querá” which means Embera Perfume, where our cordial hosts will be waiting for us.

From this moment on, we will enjoy their music, dances, learn about their culture, traditions and tour the village to visit their usual residences and the “Chaman” or healer of the tribe, will talk to us about the healing power of the plants of the jungle. At lunch time, we will taste fish (product of the day’s catch), fried green plantain and fruits.

The Emberá are excellent artisans, detailed and dedicated and if we wish to carry the memory on our skin, a natural “tattoo” is our option. The indigenous people will paint it with a black ink made from the “Jagua”, the seed of a local palm tree.

Anton Valley, Cocle

Come and discover with us what the Valley has to offer! The impressive volcanic landscapes of this beautiful Cocle town, surrounded by natural wealth, cultural history and an incredible biodiversity. Heading west towards the interior of the Republic about 180 kilometers by land, is the beautiful city of Anton, home of the famous Valley of the same name, this offers a vast variety of flora and fauna and also a first hand view of nature and temperate rainforest, giving us a little different touch of what can be experienced at the level of forests.

During our tour, we will visit:

The Visitor’s Center: it has exhibits on the geology, culture and biodiversity of El Valle. We can also find a theater that offers an immersive audiovisual experience, touch screens, artifacts and a model where you can see the unique location of the village inside what was once the crater of a volcano.

Chorro el Macho: One of the most emblematic tourist attractions in the Valley, which takes you on a beautiful trail on suspension bridges through the thick jungle, to finish, seeing the most famous waterfall in the valley region, with more than 35 meters high.

La Piedra Pintada: These are basically a set of designs carved in stone that come from the pre-Columbian age and still do not have an exact translation or a specific meaning.

Handicrafts Market: This is also known as the supply market, giving us access not only to local handicrafts but also to a series of vegetables, legumes and fruits that come directly from the producer. At this point you can feel free to experience the surroundings and get lunch from one of the restaurants in the area.

Bocas del Toro

Playa de las Estrellas, is one of the tourist attractions included in one of our tours. It consists of the exploration of the natural wonders of Bocas del Toro, first we will visit the Bird Island for bird lovers. We will depart to Isla Pájaros, a natural bird sanctuary, where you will be able to observe different species of birds such as frigate birds, pelicans, charatas, gannets and swallows. We will make a tour around the island where you will experience the contact with nature.

The second point of this excursion is Boca de Drago, our guides will tell you the history of this site and its tourist attractions.

We move on to Playa de las Estrellas, where without the need to place filters. Among the main characteristics of Playa de las Estrellas are the sea stars and its calm turquoise water. Then we will go to the northeast part of the island to reach Boca del Drago followed by Playa Estrellas. Where you will find calm and clear waters.

City Tour & The Great Work of the Canal

Panama City is a place of contrasts, passing through the lively streets of Casco Viejo where the colonial footprint is maintained to the skyscrapers and the immensity of the Canal.  If you want to know the city, its history and one of the wonders of the world, this tour is ideal for you.

During the tour, you will have the opportunity to explore the Modern City, the Old Town and the Amador Causeway, and visit the Panama Canal Visitor Center. You will enjoy scenic tours and short walks through each of these fascinating places. The drive to the Miraflores Visitor Center will immerse you in the history and operational workings of this moving marvel.

From the observation decks, you will experience the operation of the canal firsthand. Continuing our adventure, you will enjoy panoramic views of the Amador Causeway Islands, a landfill that connects four islands in the Bay of Panama, offering a unique experience of being surrounded by the sea. From this privileged point, you will be able to contemplate the modern city, the Casco Antiguo, the Las Americas Bridge, Taboga Island and the ships entering and leaving the Panama Canal, all from one place. This tour promises total immersion in Panama’s rich history and stunning beauty.

“From the charm of the city streets to the immensity of the Canal and live with us a memorable experience”.

Visit The Great Work Of The Canal

Discover the amazing Panama Canal, considered a wonder of the modern world, as you explore the fascinating Miraflores Visitor Center. Immerse yourself in the operational workings of this impressive feat of engineering and marvel at the history surrounding its creation.

Continue your experience at the enchanting Amador Causeway Islands, from where you will enjoy 360° panoramic views of the Canal entrance, the Bridge of the Americas, Ancon Hill, the Old Town and the Modern City. In this exclusive setting, you will witness the magnificence of this masterpiece of modern engineering.

Next, embark on a journey to the Miraflores Visitor Center, where an expert guide will take you on a journey through the history and operational workings of the Panama Canal. From the observation decks, you will have the opportunity to capture in your camera the breathtaking views of the Pacific entrance of the inter-oceanic waterway, expanding your understanding of the importance and magnitude of this historic monument.

In addition, depending on the transit schedule of the ships, you will be able to witness live and in full color the passage of these imposing vessels through the Canal, an experience that will mark your memory with unforgettable images of this engineering and navigational prodigy.

City Tour without Canal

Discover the contrasts of this vibrant city in just one day!

Panama City is a city of contrasts, where history and modernity go hand in hand. In just one day, you can travel through time, from the Casco Antiguo, a colonial city declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to the skyscrapers of the modern city.

Start your day in Casco Antiguo, a place full of life and color. Walk its cobblestone streets and admire its impressive monuments, such as the Panama Cathedral, the Palacio de las Garzas and the Interoceanic Canal Museum.

Then, take a leap into the present and future by visiting the Modern City. Contemplate the skyscrapers rising skyward and stroll along the Cinta Costera, a waterfront promenade overlooking the bay.

Finally, visit the Amador Causeway Islands, a group of islands connected by an artificial fill. From here, you will have breathtaking views of the city, the Panama Canal and the Pacific Ocean.

An unforgettable trip!

This tour will allow you to discover the secrets of Panama City in just one day. It is an unforgettable experience that will leave you wanting to come back.

Colonial Experience

Immerse yourself in an enriching tour of Casco Antiguo, an experience that will immerse you in the fascinating religious history of this impressive area. Forget the traditional itineraries and discover a unique perspective as you explore the iconic churches that bring this area to life.

In this journey, each church plays a fundamental role in the life of the Catholic parishioners, since each one of them has a different representation and each one of them obeys a different Catholic current. 

 The Church of San José or Church of the Altar of Gold, formed an important part in the creation of the city of Casco Antiguo or as it was known at that time Castilla de Oro, because it housed all the gold coming from the city of Panama La Vieja. At that time, the intention of the Governor of the city was to protect all the profits and treasures that rested in the pacific zone from pirates or corsairs. At the same time it is an important part of the circuit or pilgrimage that is made of the 7 churches.

The Churches of La Señora de la Merced, the Church of San Francisco de Asís, the latter restored in the last 5 years, and the Oratorio San Felipe Neri, who was one of the initiators of this pilgrimage current. This tour also involves the Cathedral or Iglesia Mayor, which was promoted to Archbishopric on December 23, 2014. The Ruins of the Company of Jesus belonging to the Jesuit current is also part of this historical tour, as well as the ruins of the Chato Arch. At the time also known as the Church of Santo Domingo, belonging to the current of the Dominicans.

Geisha Coffee Tasting Colonial Style

Imagine taking a gastronomic and cultural tour in the enchanting surroundings of Casco Antiguo, where history and the aroma of coffee come together in perfect harmony. On this exclusive tour, you will explore the majestic churches that give life to this area and, in addition, enjoy a unique colonial-style coffee tasting experience.

Each of the churches in Casco Antiguo plays an essential role in the life of the Catholic faithful, representing different currents of the faith. However, this tour is not only limited to the historical and spiritual richness of these sacred places, but will also delight you with the exceptional taste of coffee.

During the tour, you will make a special stop for a unique experience: a high altitude coffee tasting. Here, in the heart of Casco Antiguo, you will have the opportunity to taste two exquisite varieties of Arabica coffee harvested in the Boquete region of Chiriqui. The Lamastus family, renowned in the world of coffee growers, will take you on a journey through their origins and the harvesting process of these fascinating coffee beans.

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of coffee as you enjoy the captivating aromas and delight in the unique flavors that each cup has to offer. Gain an enriching insight into how the Lamastus family has managed to stand out as one of the world’s leading coffee producers, and learn about their passion and dedication to cultivating beans of exceptional quality.

This colonial-style coffee tasting is much more than a sensory experience, it is a journey through the history and culture of this millenary beverage. 

Make your visit to Casco Antiguo a unique experience!

The Three Cities of Panama

Get ready to live a unique experience during your visit to Panama. This tour will take you to discover the monuments of Panama Viejo, the first city established by the Spanish in the American Pacific in 1519. Immerse yourself in its exciting history and walk among its open-air monuments, while learning about its importance as a transit route between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, as well as a center for expeditions to North, Central and South America. If you’re up for it, you can challenge yourself and climb the 15-meter high iconic Cathedral Tower for a breathtaking panoramic view of the city today.

Afterwards, we will immerse ourselves in the present and future of the city as we tour the Modern City and the Cinta Costera, and then enter the charming Old Town. This second city founded by the Spanish in 1673 is still pulsing with life and energy. Marvel at its beautiful civil monuments and churches of colonial, baroque and neoclassical architecture. Explore its narrow and charming streets as you join the enthusiasm of locals and visitors enjoying the outdoor restaurants, bars, hotels, handicraft stores and vibrant live music during the evenings. All this framed by the surrounding waters of the Pacific.

Continuing our tour, we will move on to the Amador Causeway Islands, a set of islands connected by a landfill in the Bay of Panama that will make you feel like you are inside the sea. From here, you will enjoy a unique panoramic view that will allow you to admire the modern city, the Casco Antiguo and the iconic Bridge of the Americas from a single point. Take some free time to enjoy the sea breeze and sip a refreshing drink at one of the many restaurants available.

Get ready for an unforgettable experience as you immerse yourself in the history, charm and panoramic views offered by this tour of the monuments of Panama Viejo, Casco Antiguo and the Calzada de Amador Islands. Don’t miss the opportunity to discover the best of Panama in a single experience.

Panoramic Tour

Panama City is a place of contrasts, where streets tell the story of the past and modernity intertwines with colonial heritage. From the ancient archaeological site of Panama La Vieja to the breathtaking skyline bordering the Panama Canal, every corner of the city is a living tale of past and present. 

Discover Panama City on a fascinating panoramic tour, exploring from the Monumental Complex of Panama Viejo to the colonial charm of Casco Antiguo, with its civil monuments and churches of unique architecture. Dive into the Amador Causeway Islands, connected by a landfill that will transport you to the heart of the ocean, and visit the iconic BioMuseum designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, which chronicles the geological evolution of the isthmus. 

Finally, we will head to the Miraflores Visitor Center at the Panama Canal, where you can learn about the history and operation of this moving marvel. 

Live a unique experience where every street, every monument and every corner narrates the amazing history of Panama City.

Discover in just one day the secrets of this city with the best company!

Discover Panama

Explore the culture of the Embera, one of Panama’s most fascinating indigenous groups. Interact with tribe members and immerse yourself in their daily life in the rainforest. Enjoy impressive traditional dances, enter the forest on an exciting walk and purchase authentic handicrafts as souvenirs. Before leaving, receive a traditional shamanic blessing to ensure a safe journey.

You will live a unique experience, combining the imposing work of the Panama Canal with a visit to an indigenous community.

On our first stop, we will explore the Miraflores Visitor Center at the Panama Canal. During the tour, our guide will take us through the history and workings of this moving marvel.

Next, we will head to Chagres National Park, where we will embark on the famous piraguas or canoes, the traditional Embera boats. For 30 minutes we will navigate the waters of the Gatun River. Finally, we will spot the Embera Quera village, which means “Embera Perfume”, where we will be welcomed by our friendly hosts.

We will tour the community to explore their typical dwellings and we will meet the Shaman, the healer of the tribe, who will talk to us about the healing power of the plants of the jungle.

When it is time to leave, we will board the boat back to the mainland and head to our next destination.

Visit The Emberá Querá Indigenous Community

Discover a unique journey that will transport you to an ancestral era, immersing yourself in the rich culture of the Embera Indigenous people, a proud people who have kept their traditions alive throughout the centuries. Join us on a journey to the Chagres National Park, where we will embark on the famous “piraguas” or canoes, navigating the crystal-clear waters until we reach the “Embera Quera” village.

Once there, we will be greeted with traditional music and dances that will fill the air with energy and joy. We will have the opportunity to explore the village, visit the typical Embera residences and immerse ourselves in the fascinating history and traditions of this millenary people.

The “Shaman” or healer of the tribe will guide us through the healing power of the jungle plants, sharing his ancestral wisdom with us. In addition, we will enjoy a delicious lunch consisting of fresh fish, fried green plantain and exotic fruits.

If we wish to take an indelible memory of this experience, we will have the opportunity to receive a natural “tattoo”, made with black ink made from “Jagua”, a seed of a local palm. 

This will be an unforgettable experience that will connect us with the authentic roots of Central America and will leave us in awe of the hospitality and cultural legacy of the Embera Indigenous. 

Join us on this unique journey that will transport you back in time and leave you with indelible memories!

Visit The Embera Parara Puru Indigenous Community

Explore the fascinating culture of an indigenous community and allow yourself to be guided through a unique experience. Our adventure begins on the picturesque banks of the Chagres River, where a pirogue, the traditional means of transportation of this community, awaits us. As we navigate the calm waters of the river, we will be able to marvel at the exuberant diversity of flora and fauna that surrounds it, immersing ourselves in the natural beauty of this unique environment.

Upon arrival at the Embera Parara Puru community, we will be warmly welcomed and immersed in the vibrant culture of this ancestral people. We will enjoy a captivating presentation of their traditional dances, which will transport us to remote times full of history and meaning.

Afterwards, we will delight in an exquisite Embera-style lunch, savoring the authentic flavors of this millenary culture. We will also have the opportunity to explore the local museum, where we will discover more about the fascinating history and traditions of this beautiful community.

If time permits, we can venture on an exciting excursion to some nearby waterfalls, refreshing ourselves in their crystalline waters and connecting even more with the nature that surrounds this ancestral community.

Get ready for an unforgettable experience as you immerse yourself in the traditions and hospitality of the Embera Parara Puru community!

Discover The Enigmas Of The Valley

Come and discover with us what the Valley has to offer! 

The impressive volcanic landscapes of this beautiful Coclean town, surrounded by natural wealth, cultural history and an incredible biodiversity.

Heading west towards the interior of the Republic about 180 kilometers by land, is the beautiful city of Anton, home of the famous Valley of the same name, this offers a vast variety of flora and fauna and also a first hand view of nature and temperate rainforest, giving us a little touch different from those that can be experienced at the level of forests.

During our tour, we will visit:

The Visitor’s Center: it has exhibits on the geology, culture and biodiversity of El Valle. We can also find a theater that offers an immersive audiovisual experience, touch screens, artifacts and a model where you can see the unique location of the village inside what was once the crater of a volcano.

Chorro el Macho: One of the emblematic tourist spots of the Valley, which takes you on a beautiful trail on suspension bridges through the thick jungle, to finish, seeing the most famous waterfall in the region of the valley, with more than 35 meters high.

La Piedra Pintada: These are basically a set of designs carved in stone that come from the pre-Columbian age and still do not have an exact translation or a specific meaning.

Handicrafts Market: This is also known as the supply market, giving us access not only to local handicrafts but also to a series of vegetables, legumes and fruits that come directly from the producer. At this point you can feel free to experience the surroundings and get lunch from one of the restaurants in the area.

Gatun Expedition

If you are an adventurous traveler looking for an unforgettable experience, this boat trip to the heart of Gatun Lake is an adventure not to be missed. This expedition combines history and nature, taking you through the Panama Canal to discover its hidden islands, where, under favorable conditions, you will be able to spot families of capuchin, howler and white-faced monkeys.

Your journey begins on the banks of the Chagres River, where you will board the boat that will take you on this extraordinary adventure. Accompanied by a guide experienced in wildlife watching, you will explore the various islands of the vast reservoir in search of its fascinating inhabitants. In a matter of minutes, you will arrive at Gatun Lake. As the boat navigates the lake, you will encounter other vessels passing through the Miraflores and Gatun Locks, traveling between the Caribbean and Pacific sides of the Panama Canal.

This expedition to Gatun Lake lasts approximately one hour and fifteen minutes, promising an immersive experience before your return.

Rainforest Experience - Cable Car

Explore and discover the rainforest from a unique and unconventional perspective. Enjoy a calm and quiet ride over the treetops, accompanied by a naturalist guide who will share knowledge about the flora and fauna during the tour.

The trip begins with a journey to Soberania National Park, located in the heart of the Seaway and home to the Panama Canal’s dredging center. Upon arrival, you will be able to observe the majestic Chagres River as it flows into the waters of the Panama Canal, near the entrance to Culebra Cut. Once at the cable car facilities, you will board the hanging trolleys for a ride of approximately 3.5 km, which will take about 45 minutes in total. During this experience, you will connect with nature and be guided by an experienced naturalist who will provide interpretations and details about everything that surrounds us.

After completing the tour, you will make a stop at the butterfly sanctuary, where you will be able to admire more than 150 different species. Since one of the meanings of “Panama” is “abundance of butterflies”, this is the ideal place for this practice. In addition, this site also offers close views of approximately 1,300 species of orchids nationwide.

Rainforest Experience - Gatun Expedition

If you are looking for an unforgettable adventure, I invite you to embark on an exciting boat excursion through the Panama Canal. This journey combines history, ecology and excitement, taking you to explore the hidden islands of Gatun Lake, where you will have the opportunity to see families of capuchin, white-faced and howler monkeys in their natural habitat.

The day begins on the peaceful shores of the Chagres River, where we will board our boat. An expert wildlife spotting guide will accompany you in the search for the various species that inhabit the islands of Gatun Lake. We will sail through the canal, passing by other boats that transit between the Miraflores and Gatun Locks, heading for the Caribbean or the Pacific.

At the end of the tour, you will have the opportunity to visit the fascinating exhibits at Gamboa Resort with your guide. To culminate this incredible experience, you will enjoy a delicious lunch at Los Lagartos restaurant, with panoramic views of the Chagres River. 

A unique adventure awaits you in the Panama Canal!

Gamboa Natural

Get ready for an adventure full of nature and excitement. This exciting tour begins with an aerial streetcar ride that will take you to a height where you can almost touch the treetops. During the ride, if you are lucky, you will be able to spot a variety of birds, sloths and different species of monkeys that inhabit this lush jungle. 

The streetcar ascends 280 feet for half a mile and culminates at the top of a hill. From there, you will walk two minutes to the observation tower (optional), which offers breathtaking views of the Canal, the Chagres River and the lush areas of Soberania National Park and the city of Gamboa.

After the exciting aerial streetcar ride, you will visit the fascinating exhibits at Gamboa Resort with your guide. Then, you will embark on small boats to sail north along the canal for 25 minutes, where you will be able to get up close to some of the impressive ships that transit this engineering marvel on a daily basis. You will slowly make your way along the wooded shores of Gatun Lake, a protected area teeming with wildlife.

To culminate this unforgettable experience, you will enjoy a delicious lunch at Los Lagartos restaurant, with a spectacular view of the Chagres River.

Shopping In Panama

Discover the thrill of shopping in Panama! Immerse yourself in a world of luxury brands, exclusive items and a wide variety of products in the most exciting shopping malls in the country. Get ready for a unique experience full of fun, fashion and entertainment.

Option 1: Immerse yourself in the world of shopping at two great malls

  • Multiplaza: Discover a paradise of luxury brands such as Gucci, Dolce Gabbana and Hermes, surrounded by department stores, supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, restaurants and modern movie theaters.
  • Albrook Mall: Explore a universe of items including electronics, perfumery, footwear, clothing, department stores, accessories, souvenirs, jewelry, watches, health, beauty and much more.

Option 2: Explore two exciting shopping malls in one day.

Start at Metromall, with more than 300 name-brand stores, restaurants and entertainment areas. Then, cross the bridge to Los Pueblos Mall and enjoy the variety before heading to Albrook Mall for an unparalleled selection of goods and services. 

Get ready for a fascinating shopping experience!

Full Day Taboga

Explore the serenity and majesty of Panama Bay on a trip to Taboga.

On the journey to Taboga, you will have the opportunity to marvel at the breathtaking scenery of the Bay of Panama and the silhouette of the city’s skyscrapers. You will sail through the waters of the Canal, passing close to the ships that cross this inter-oceanic waterway. Along the way, our crew will offer you delicious snacks and refreshments to make the most of this short 45-minute trip.

Upon arrival in Taboga, we will anchor at a beautiful spot on the island where you will have an hour to relax or take a dip in the sea.

We will then head towards the front of the island, from where you will be able to appreciate the charming village. On board, you can relax on the catamaran’s wide nets, sunbathe, swim or use our floats. You will also have the option of jumping into the water from the boat. After approximately three hours, we will return to the city. If the wind is in our favor, we will unfurl the sails and continue enjoying the ride.

Full Day Contadora

Can you imagine exploring a paradise of white sand beaches and turquoise waters just 30 miles from the city? 

The Pearl Archipelago is much more than a group of islands and islets; it is a hidden treasure in the heart of the Gulf of Panama. With more than 139 islands, this place is brimming with history and charm. The archipelago’s name comes from the abundance of pearls it used to hold during Spanish rule, making it a perfect destination for sunbathing, snorkeling, diving, fishing and whale watching between June and September.

Contadora, known as the Pearl of the Pacific, is a unique jewel in this spectacular archipelago. In spite of its scarce 3 km2, its history and beauty are incomparable. The trip to this island is made by ferry from the Flamenco Island dock, offering a trip full of expectations. For approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes we will sail to Contadora Island, where we will be greeted by its crystal-clear blue waters that invite relaxation and amazement. Contadora is blessed with beaches that seem to come out of a dream: Playa Larga, Playa las Suecas, Playa Cacique, Playa Ejecutiva and Playa Galeón. It was even in these waters that the world’s largest pearl, La Peregrina, was found during colonial times.

Once there, you will have the opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable day. During the afternoon, you will enjoy a delicious lunch. And for adventure lovers, there will be opportunities to snorkel (equipment not included), swim or simply marvel at all that this paradise has to offer. 

It’s time to discover a whole new world just a ferry ride away!

Full Day San Blas

Can you imagine immersing yourself in a paradise of turquoise sea, transparent waters, beaches with coconut trees and white sand just a few hours away from the city? 

San Blas is much more than a tourist destination; it is a unique experience in total harmony with nature. Home to one of the 7 ancestral cultures of Panama, the Gunas, this place exudes natural beauty and cultural richness. The Guna women are world renowned for their skill in making “MOLAS”, colorful handicrafts that represent the spirit, strength and vigor of their culture. 

A visit to San Blas is a journey to the authentic, an opportunity to marvel at a unique world that only Panama can offer.

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