All in Panama
12 Nights / 13 Days
A two weeks program to experience the whole Panamanian experience, from Ocean to Ocean to Ocean and from Border to Border.
Day 1: Pick up at the airport by one of our bilingual guides. Rest of the day free at leisure to enjoy the vibrant city night life, vast restaurants options or simply to rest.
Day 2: Enjoy an interesting tour through Panama City and to the Panama Canal. The first stop will be at the Miraflores Locks of the Panama Canal. This is a unique spot to regard the huge ships being lifted or lowered a total of 16 meters, learning at its museum and from its short film. The tour continue to the so called “Casco Antiguo”, a Unesco world heritage, here in the colonial part of the city you will have the chance to see several historical buildings and learn more about the history of Panama City. Afterwards you will visit the Causeway where the Frank Gehry’s Biomuseum is located and enjoy the magnificent views of both, the canal and the modern city with its skyscrapers.
Day 3: pick up at the hotel by one of our bilingual guide who will go with you to Visit an Emberá tribe which still live in traditional villages deep in the rainforest of Panamá. The Emberá people are proud to share their culture and traditions with visitors. Before arriving to the community our Indigenous guide will show you the fauna around their home and very close to the Gatun lake where the vessels transit the Canal of Panama. It is pretty common to spot Capuchin, Titi and Howler monkeys among other species such as crocodiles, turtles, birds and Iguanas. Return to the hotel.
Day 4: San Blas Day Tour: Transfer in 4 x 4 to the Carti port where you will take an small Indigenous indigenous boat to visit some of the most amazing islands in this unique Caribbean Archipelago, the islands are inhabited by the independent Kuna Yala Indians; who run all the islands as an autonomous province with minimal interference from the national government, they maintain their own economic system, language, customs and culture, with distinctive dress, legends, music and dance and thus have avoided traditional tourism development. Facilities are few and simple, as is the food but the place is amazing.
DAY 5: Morning free at leisure. Transfer to Santa Catalina about 6 hours away from the city by car.
Day 6: Snorkeling tour in Coiba Island National Park where you will see an incredible variety of underwater sea life. Coiba Island, once a prison camp operated by the Panamanian government, is now a national park and a natural sanctuary protected by the UNESCO, it boasts the widest variety of coral species in the region, and you will be amazed by the impressive schools of fish, turtles, squid, sharks, dolphin, whales, and much more. It is incredible place quite unknown for many people.
Day 7: Day free at leisure to enjoy activities such as Surfing, Paddle boarding or simply staying at the beach.
Day 8: Transfer from Santa Catalina to Boquete (5 hoors by car).
Day 9: Boquete day tour: It is nice a town near to highest point in Panama, Baru Volcano. The weather is wonderful and the environment so quiet and beautiful. You will visit an artisanal Coffee farm where you will taste some of the best coffees in the world as it is the Geisha. Afterwards, enjoy the nature in some of the many trails available.
Day 10: Transfer to Almirante Port to take a Boat to Bocas del Toro Achipelago, a Caribbean Paradise very close to the Costa Rican border. Arrive to the Hotel in Bastimento Island.
Day 11: Tour to Zapatilla Cay, Golden sand, luxuriant vegetation, palm trees hanging over the turquoise Caribbean Sea… The two small islands of Cayo Zapatilla, listed as a National Park, contain probably the most beautiful beaches of the Bocas del Toro archipelago. The water is partly sheltered by a barrier reef, and guarantees fine snorkeling.
Day 12: Day free at leisure. Tours available on request.
Day 13: Flight to Panama city. And Transfer to Tocumen International airport.
The staffs speaks English