About Us

We are a Panamanian owned tour operator offering personalized Panama small group tours with a focus on culture, nature, and adventure. Our tours go to beaches, caves, hidden waterfalls, historic sites, mountains, National Parks, native villages, rainforests, small towns, tropical islands, and of course, the Panama Canal. Our tours are private, customizable, and lead by born and raised Panamanian guides with over 10 years of professional experience.

Meet The Team


Luis Calvo | Leading tours since 2001

Born and raised in Panama City, exploring Panama since early on, first with his family, then with friends, and now professionally as part of his job. He is in his element when in nature and enjoys very much to meet like-minded adventure travelers.

Besides nature and adventure, Luis developed an interest in cultural psychology and sociology by traveling abroad as well as in his home country by having to translate cultural differences to visitors. He assisted Professor of Sociology Laura Desfor Edles from California State University on research being done about tourism in Panama.

Currently Luis lives in Boquete, where he is working to develop a new project providing a place where visitors can stay and experience sustainable living in a comfortable and functional manner.


Briant Dominici | Leading tours since 1998

Briant was born and raised in Panama City, and developed an interest in nature at a very young age when spending his summers in the countryside, where he had to be constantly taken out of the forest by his mother when he escaped adult supervision following leaf-cutter ants. It was not a surprise then when he enrolled at the University of Panama to study Biology.

However, due to the lack of job opportunities in his field, his first years as a professional were working regular office jobs for multi-national companies. Fortunately, all these companies had Corporate Social Responsibility areas and Briant had the opportunity to participate on environmental related issues, including voluntary work for Earthwatch and the Smithsonian Institute, traveling to Maryland and DC where he helped scientist to gather data regarding the CO2 intake of the forest.

He loves sharing information and has been invited by several associations to give conferences and to radio shows to talk about science and nature. Evolution and Frogs are his favorite subjects now.


Alexis Guevara | Leading tours since 2001

Alex grew up in Darien province, on the eastern side of Panama. He was raised in a jungle village right before the end of the Pan American highway. After high school, Alex was awarded a scholarship to Mt. Hood Community College in Oregon, where he studied natural resources and received his first formal training in ornithology.

Alex began his career in 2001 and has since guided numerous birding and cultural trips in Costa Rica and Panama. He has a beautiful family, his wife and two daughters named after Latin bird names, Querula and Dacnis.

Alex developed a love for nature and wildlife while growing up in the jungle of Darien. His birding skills focus mostly by listening and knowing the different habitats of the country. He also has a passion for indigenous cultures, history, and hiking & trekking.