We specialize in designing custom itineraries to fit your interests, time frame and budget. We can mix and match activities and lodging and also provide quotes for private tours. Please do not hesitate to ask; we enjoy working with you to create your unique memorable travel experience.
Our goal is to ensure that your vacation is exciting, adventurous and life enriching.
Coiba National Park’s 38 islands offer a great ecological and marine diversity. The island is remote and relatively undeveloped with over 80% of its natural habitat intact. Coiba is a refuge for Crested Eagles and Scarlet Macaws, birds who have virtually disappeared from the rest of the Republic of Panama. Coiba also offers 20 endemic birds species including the Coiba Spinetail.
Panama is the only place in the world where both the Northern & Southern hemisphere populations of Humpback whales come together in their migrations to give birth and breed here in Panama! This gives us a double season and twice as much time as any other place in the world to spend with the whales.
106 souls of Emberá Puru live in traditional housing on the banks of the Rio San Juan de Pequeni. Here in the jungle the Emberá continue many of their traditions and culture, while incorporating aspects of the modern world. You may visit the village for a day or more, accompanied by Anne Gordon de Barrigon, an American woman who is married to an Embera' man from the village of Embera' Puru. She has a unique perspective as an American who is a full fledged tribe member. The Embera' are beautiful people both inside and out and are very quick to smile and laugh. They will welcome you with warm and open hearts.
Crewed yacht charters in Panama’s Caribbean San Blas Archipelago
One of the most beautiful parts of Panama is located along the Caribbean coast: the 365 islands of the San Blas Archipelago are each a real postcard scenery with white sand beaches, coconuts trees and turquoise waters. Today's Kuna Indians inhabit the islands in the same way their ancestors did. Circumnavigators even consider the San Blas archipelago as one of their top 3 destinations in the world!
The Panamonte Culinary School by Charlie Collins is Panama’s elite, premium cooking school in the highland town of Boquete. Under the direction of Charlie Collins, the school offers guests an authentic culinary experience that combines local foods and culture with sophisticated tastings.
On August 15, 1914 the SS Ancon made the first official ocean-to-ocean transit through the Panama Canal. This event changed the world forever, was possible thanks to the labor of more than 75,000 men and women who worked for 10 years facing unprecedented challenges. Your comfortable passenger ferry take you from the Pacific to the Atlantic. Now it is your time to travel the 8th Wonder of the World. Every visitor to Panama must take a transit through the Panama Canal!
Centuries before construction began on the Panama Railroad and Canal, the 'path between the seas' was just that: a Spanish-built cobblestone thoroughfare winding 50 miles across the Central American isthmus. You can now follow in their footsteps, hiking the Camino Real through the rainforest of Chagres Park. This is true adventure! You'll tent camp for three nights, and spend one night in an Embera Indian village, culminating at the Caribbean sea.
Fewer than 100 people have made this crossing in modern days.
An exploration to find the Harpy Eagle, the world’s most powerful bird of prey and Panama’s national bird. This unforgettable adventure takes place along the historic Gulf of San Miguel, accessable by boat. Explore the Punta Patiño Reserve on foot, stay overnight in a thatched roof cabana with the indigeneous peoples of the Embera Mogue community and hike through primary rainforest to the nest of the Harpy Eagle!
As of Feb 2013, a Harpy Eagle is on the nest!
Experience a family vacation at the best places in Panama, from the Pacific coast and the Panama Canal to the western highlands to the Caribbean coast. You'll visit two Indian villages, Embera and Nobe Bugle, have the opportunity to zip line, take a boat and canoe ride, visit the Smithsonian Marine Exhibition and swim in the Caribbean! This is a perfect vacation for young and old!
Book and deposit by March 31 and receive $100 discount per person!
This is an in-depth exploration of avian diversity across the isthmus. Bird watching in Panama can be very easy and rewarding. Its geographical position allows contact with two great mother lodes of avian diversity. This comprehensive tour covers all major birding sites, and is guided by some of the best bird guides in the country. In total the country of Panama boasts an impressive list of over 960 species.