Panama Adventure Tours

Design your own personalized adventure tour in Panama

Explore the best of Panama in a way few people do! We are here to help you design a custom made itinerary that meets your specific interest and maximizes your vacation time. Choose your dates, the length of the tour, the destinations/activities you want to see and do, and we will prepare an itinerary just for you.


Our tour itineraries include: All internal transportation, delicious meals, carefully selected mid-range small hotels and B&B's, the best tours available on each destination, fully bilingual expert local guide, and full support throughout.


Price per person: Starting from US$1,750.00 + 7% tax (based on double occupancy).


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    STEP 1: ORIENTATION


    Panama Tours Map

    Our Main Route offers a perfect mix of beaches, mountains, popular destinations, and off the beaten path exploration, as well as multiple activities to choose from along the way. To this route you can easily add Optional Destinations and Day-Tours from Panama City depending on your interests and time availability.


    STEP 2: CHECK-MARK YOUR PREFERENCES


    Panama City & Panama Canal

    Founded in 1519, Panama City was the first European settlement on the Pacific side of the American Continent. This is where your International flight arrives and departs from. Easy to include a visit to the Panama Canal, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as "Casco Viejo".


    El Palmar Beach

    A small beach town with a convenient location along the drive. Perfect to go for a swim, walk, or to have lunch in a restaurant overlooking the Pacific Ocean. For those interested, there are surf lessons and surf board rentals available on this location.


    Santa Fe National Park

    A hiker's paradise with amazing mountain views, lush rainforest, lots of waterfalls, and pleasant temperatures to hike and swim in the rivers and natural pools. Being an off the beaten path destination makes it an excellent place for experiencing authentic Panamanian culture.


    Las Lajas Beach

    One of the longest beaches in Central America, with miles upon miles of unpopulated coastline stretching as far as the eye can see. The beach is one of those that remain shallow for a very long way, the water is warm, the sand is soft, and it's a lot of fun to play in the waves.


    Boquete

    Panama's #1 mountain town, nestled in a valley where flowers bloom everywhere and rainbows are a common sight. With pleasant temperatures year-round, and home to small family-run coffee farms producing some of the highest quality coffee in the world.


    Santa Catalina & Coiba Island

    Amazing snorkeling and scuba diving at Coiba Island National Park. However, it takes a while to get there. Recommended if you have enough time at your disposal and if you don't mind the long transfers, or if this is a "must-do" in your wish list. Great surfing for both beginners and experts in Santa Catalina.


    Bocas del Toro

    Laid-back Caribbean lifestyle, very informal and popular with surfers, backpackers, hippies, rastas, and you get the picture. Some people love it, others not so much, therefore, it is very important to understand that this is not a destination for everyone. You have restaurants over the water, nightlife activity, souvenir shops, bike rentals, tours, and water taxis to the beaches and snorkeling spots.


    Guna Yala (San Blas Islands)

    Guna Yala is one of the most interesting destinations in Panama. It provides the rare opportunity to feel like traveling back in time and experiencing a unique indigenous culture, not to mention the picture perfect tropical islands. The catch is the very basic accommodations, limited infrastructure in general, and possible cultural shock. It's a mistake to visit Guna Yala for the beaches and islands alone. You have to go there primarily to experience the culture, and welcome the beautiful scenery as a really nice bonus.


    San Lorenzo Fort Rainforest Bicycle Tour

    A historic fort built on a steep cliff by the Spanish crown in the late 1500's to defend the mouth of the Chagres River. A great place to go for a rainforest bicycle ride while looking for wildlife.


    Bayano Lake Caves

    An off the beaten path adventure with beautiful scenery on Lake Bayano, spectacular rock formations inside the caves, and thousands of bats coming out to great you.


    STEP 3: YOUR DETAILS

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