The archipelago of San Blas is a collection of 365-some islands and islets of which only a fraction are inhabited. Home to the Guna Indians, one of Panama’s indigenous tribes, the pristine islands are part of the Guna Yala territory along the Caribbean coast of Panama.
Popular with boaters because of the stable weather conditions and protected by the community against mass tourism, the islands are a unique destination for visitors in search of untouched nature and culture. You will sleep in eco-friendly accommodations built from natural materials collected on the Islands and in the jungle.
Our tour begins with a visit to a traditional Guna home, the school and the Council, followed by 30-minute boat ride to Isla Aguja, our destination for an unforgettable day of white sand, palm-fringed beaches and swimming and snorkeling the crystal-clear Caribbean waters alongside a variety of fish and other marine life.
INCLUDED: Ground transportation to San Blas Islands via Chepo, boat ride to Isla Aguja, snacks , lunch.
RECOMMENDATIONS: Comfortable clothes, comfortable footwear, repellent, sunscreen, swimsuit, sunglasses and beach towel.
HOURS: 5:30 a.m to 6:00 p.m.