Snorkeling by a boat in San Blas
Horseback Riding in Boquete
Enjoying the Colourful Traditions of the Kuna Yala
Gorgeous San Blas, Panama
Gain a New Perspective as You Zipline over Forests of Boquete
Explore the lush rainforests of Boquete, views atop Cerro Ancon, and the indigenous culture still thriving in San Blas. Glide over the landscape on a zip-lining canopy tour, wake up to the scent and taste of
fresh coffee grown on the farm where you’re staying, and snorkel in some of the most interesting locales in Central America. Explore remote islands on an optional 3 day sea kayak camping trip.
Tour the ships at the Panama Canal, get the best views of the city at Cerro Ancon, and visit an Artisan Market. Enjoy a nature walk and embark on a walking tour of the old town in Panama City, Casco Viejo.
Explore coral reefs, sunken ships and crystal clear water; hike to see waterfalls in San Blas. Grab a pole and go fishing, or see parrot fish, rays, and moray eels up close on a snorkeling excursion. Get in touch with the indigenous Kuna community and get the chance to witness their traditional "kammu burwi" dance.
Enjoy unique accommodations including waterfront, thatched-roof lodges in San Blas. Run by solar panels, the rooms were built with local materials from the Playon Chico village. Relax in the green mountain valleys and cool climate of Boquete during your stay at the farm-turned-hotel, Finca Lerida.
Spend an afternoon gliding through the treetops of century-old forests, high above the pristine rivers and waterfalls that make up the incredible collection of natural landscapes bordering the National Park La Amistad. Horseback ride through contrasting lands, through mountain ridges and then down into the rainforest.
Wake up to the smell of coffee beans and enjoy a sumptuous, homemade breakfast in Boquete. Hike the remote virgin cloud forest surrounding the base of Volcan Baru, enjoy a picnic at the base of an exquisite waterfall, and enter a cave behind the falls.
Sailing in the San Blas
Explore the 400 islands that make up the San Blas region by private sailboat. Enjoy several wild and sumptuous anchors (such as the Hollandes reef, Chichime or Coco Bandero), and visit other traditional villages to learn more about Native American culture on a new island each day. Guided by a Kuna, spend a day in the rainforest and discover a refreshing waterfall near Rio Sidra. Kayak the Diablo, Sugar or Manglar river.
Kayak, Snorkel, Fish, and the Best Diving in the Country on Coiba
Take off on a trip of coastal exploration and surf. Spend some of your days combining the activities of sea kayaking to secluded beaches, surfing lonely waves, fishing, photography, mangrove paddling, birding and hiking. Enjoying your cabana at the lodge, its beautiful grounds, soaker pool made from a natural river, and solar heated water. Or, camp on a private palm lined white sand beach and explore the coves and rivers. Under water sightings include turtles, puffer fish, parrot fish, butterfly fish, and angel fish to name a few.