12 Days / 11 Nights

Panama is a unique destination for wildlife watching, hosting 225 mammal species, like tapirs, anteaters, sloths and several different types of monkeys, as well as big cats like jaguars and ocelots. Panama’s coral reefs host tropical fish, sharks, reys, humpback whales, dolphins and sea turtles. This extensive program is for wildlife lovers and leads to the hotspots of Panama’s different ecosystems.

Please contact us to quote this program.

Prices per person based upon a minimum of 4 participants.
  Biodiversity Museum
  Jungle Boat Expedition
  Wetlands of San-San Pond Sak
  Bocas del Toro Archipelago
 Indigenous Chocolate Tour
 Secluded Highland Cloud Forests
 Whale Watching in the Gulf of Chiriqui

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 are highly recommended.

Meet and greet at the airport
12 nights of lodging + breakfast
Equipped 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


Biodiversity Museum & Jungle Boat Tour

Learn about the rich biodiversity and natural history of Panama. Pass by monumental cargo ships transiting the waterway, as you make your way around rainforest covered islands to the top wildlife spots of the Gatun Lake. (B, L)

Wetlands of San-San Pond Sak

With an area of 16,125 hectares, it is a wetland of international importance and one of Panamas protected areas with the greatest diversity. Head out by boat through the river channels, watching out for wildlife. The area is also one of the few known Central American habitats for manatees. (B, L, D)

Bocas del Toro Archipelago

Explore the area of Salt Creek and its coral reefs by snorkel, watching out for dolphins, reys, sharks, sea turtles and colorful tropical fish. (B, L, D)

Chocolate Tour

Visit an indigenous community and learn the complete process of making chocolate through making your own chocolate bar in traditional style. (B, L, D).


Wildlife on the Continental Divide

Get on a scenic road trip to the highlands of Chiriqui over the Talamanca Continental Divide and stop for several wildlife hotspots along the way. (B)

Mount Totumas Cloud Forest Reserve

Continue your journey to Mount Totumas, a private lodge exclusively nestled in middle of a 400-acre private cloud forest reserve.  (B, L, D)

Mount Totumas Cloud Forest Reserve

Wake up to the sounds of nature in the remote lodge and have breakfast on the deck overlooking the valley as humming birds buzz by. Go on a specialized tour to the birding and wildlife hotspots around the area. (B, L, D)

Gulf of Chiriqui

Leave the lodge after breakfast for the Gulf of Chiriqui with its white-sanded beaches and coral reefs. Enjoy snorkeling the Gulf of Chiriqui National Marine Park with its rich marine wildlife. (B)

Islas Secas

Head out for a boat tour to the beautiful Islas Secas and explore the underwater wildlife with your snorkel, watching out for tropical fish, reys, sharks and turtles. Enjoy a picnic-lunch on the palm-fringed dream beaches .(B, L)

The Migrating Giants: Whale Watching

Learn about  the majestic large creatures and their habits while going around in the bay, watching and keeping your eyes out to responsibly observing them by boat. (B)


Caribbean Reef & Beach Exploration-484
Scuba in the Caribbean -843
Rainforest & Ruins of Panama City-443
Mount Totumas Private Cloud Forest Reserve-1016
Panama Outdoor Adventure -806