Boarding one of the Super Safari Trucks we will begin an expedition full of adventure and exuberant emotion interacting with one of the most common regions of Panama, that being the Kunas, discovering rivers, mountains, beaches, jungle scenes and much more.
The archipelago on the Caribbean is composed of 365 islands. Many of these islands are uninhabited, but there is always a custodian, especially for the coconut trees that make up their livelihood. Many of them are paradisiacal islands, of fine white sands, with translucent and calm waters.
The archipelago of San Blas has become one of the most exuberant tourist destinations in Panama, famous for its beautiful beaches but also for the art and impressiveness of the Kuna culture. It has an airport for national flights, as well as hotels made with materials reflecting the style of the homes in the region.
The Kuna live in small straw huts, they call them Bohíos. They have thatched roofs, sandy floor and walls made of bamboo. Tourists, who want to better explore the culture of this village and sleep on the islands, can find accommodation quite easily.
- Includes: Transfer by boat, lunch, open bar and transfer back to your hotel.
- Departure: 5:30am
- Duration: 13 ½ hours
- What to bring: Comfortable clothes, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat or cap, camera, insect repellant, footwear for water and cash money for souvenirs.