12 Days / 11 Nights

In vast contrast to the modern lifestyle of Panama City, large parts of the countryside are to a large extent still undeveloped. Deep in the rainforests, hidden in the highlands and cast-away on tiny little islands, there are seven indigenous cultures in Panama left, who maintain their own language and customs and living in autonomous regions. On this tour you will dive into their cultures and explore their beautiful lands.

Prices per person based upon a minimum of 12 participants.
 *** Prices upon request!
  Panama City Tour & Community Projects
  Santa Fe Highland Village
  Jungle Boat Tour
  Mamoni Reserve
  Communities of the Darien
  Indigenous San Blas Archipelago

At the Tocumen International Airport of Panama at the appropriate time for your international flight arrival. You will be returned for your departure flight.


Comfortable athletic shoes and light leisure clothing, rain jacket/poncho, mosquito repellent and sunscreen. A hat, bathing suit and sunglasses are recommended. Hiking boots recommended.

Meet and greet at the airport
11 nights of lodging + breakfast
Specialist guide
Private transportation with A/C
Information kit
Breakfast on all days. L=lunch or D=dinner as stated in the itinerary.
Government and lodging taxes
 International airfares and taxes
 Domestic airfares and taxes
 Alcoholic beverages and meals not specified in the itinerary
 Optional activities
 Gratuities and departure tax at the airport

Welcome to Panama


Panama City Tour & Community Projects

Explore colorful Casco Antiguo with your historic guide and visit a local community project and the Afro-Antillian Museum. Hike the lush Cerro Ancon, enjoying extensive views of the city before spending the afternoon at the beach. (B, L)

Santa Fe Highlands

Surrounded by picturesque mountains and bordering the Santa Fe National Park, the charming village is famous for flowers. We will visit a local community cooperative dedicated to the empowerment of local farmers. (B, L)

Waterfalls & Local Farms

Hike through the rainforest to a hidden waterfall, swim in the water whole and enjoy the stunning views before we move on to have lunch at a small local organic farm. (B, L)

Jungle Boat Tour

Drive back to Panama City and go on a Jungle Boat tour on the Gatun lake of the Panama Canal in the afternoon, watching out for wildlife while passing large container ships. (B)

Mamoni Reserve

Start your trip to Panama’s wild east and stay overnight in the Mamoni Reserve, the largest remaining stretch of contiguous rainforest in the Chocó-Darién-Manabí eco-region and one of the top 20 ecological hotspots on Earth. (B, D)

The Darien - Mogue Community

Today we will head towards one of the least explored, but yet most biodiverse places of Central America: the Darien. Get on a scenic boat trip through the jungle to the Mogue Community, home of the Embera Indians and stay overnight in a rustic hut in the village. (B, D)


Rainforest Hiking Tour

Explore the rainforest surroundings of the community, watching out for bird and wildlife species as you get deep in the rainforest. We will stay another night at the Mogue Community. (B, L, D)

San Blas Archipelago

Get on a land and boat transfer to the Guna Yala autonomous region to one of the stunning islands of the San Blas Archipelago inhabited by the Guna indigenous people. Check in at your rustic lodge perfectly situated on a small private island surrounded by white beaches, coral reef and crystal-clear turquoise waters. (B, D)

San Blas Archipelago

Today you will visit some of the most exotic and isolated virgin beaches located in the different islands of San Blas. We will also visit an island inhabited by the Gunas to learn more about their traditions and culture. (B, L, D)

Return to Panama City

Enjoy the morning at your leisure in the archipelago before returning to Panama City in the afternoon. (B)


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