Panama Cultures

Day One: Arrival

Arrive to Panama City at Tocumen International Airport where you’ll be welcome by our representative, who will handle you a welcome Pack, and will transfer you to your Panama City Hotel.

Day Two: Full Day City and Canal Tour (B, L, D)

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and be ready to experience Panama by visiting: Panama Canal at Miraflores Locks; the modern and cosmopolitan Panama City , crossing trough the International Banking centre area. Learn about Panama history by visiting Old Panama City Ruins (first colonial city), and the Casco Antiguo (Second colonial city).

Plaza de Francia

You will also visit the Amador area known as the pacific entrance to the canal   (Causeway) and Puente de Las Americas (Bridge of the Americas – this bridge connects North and South America ).

Note: This tour includes transportation, guide, lunch and entrance fees.

In the evening enjoy a Panamanian Folkloric Show & dinner.

Day Three:   Embera Village (B, BL)

Today we will take a tour to an Embera Village , and visit one of the seven Indigenous cultures that still exist in our Jungles.

We will travel by land up to Corotu pier and then take a dugout canoe, known in Panama as “ piragua”.

Travelling by Piragua we will enjoy a unique trip and magnificent nature scenes, all the way up through the Chagres River .  Once we arrive to the Village, we’ll have the opportunity to learn about their culture, traditions, way of living and learn how they make their hand crafts. Also they will teach us some botanical skills, and we’ll try their native food (fish and fried plantain).  Don’t forget your bathing suit, Embera Village offers a great river.

Day four: San Blas (B, L, D)

This morning we’ll be picked up and transferred to Albrook Airport where we will board a short domestic flight to San Blas . Once we arrive to San Blas, we will be met and transferred to our Hotel in San Blas , where the local host will be expecting us.

EMBERA

Note: All meals are included.  We will have a great day at leisure observing the Kuna culture, swimming, snorkelling or relaxing on beautiful white sand beaches.

Day Five:  San Blas (B, L, D)

Enjoy the Kuna Culture. The Kuna Yala territory is a band of rainforest that extends for 125 miles along the Caribbean coast, nearly to the border of Colombia and encompasses the San Blas Islands, some 365 tiny keys with white-sand beaches lapped by crystalline waters. For travellers interested in tropical nature, the seaside and indigenous cultures, Kuna Yala is an ideal destination.

Day Six:   Panama City (B)

Today we’ll fly back to Panama City .

This is your free day! Continue exploring Panama City !

Day Seven: Departure
Transfer to Tocumen International Airport.