San Blas Tours 

Welcome to the Caribbean Paradise!

Visit San Blas (Guna Yala), one of the most beautiful natural attractions in the world.

In addition, you will be able to experience the life of the natives and their customs.

Our tours depart from Panama City or Capurgana, Colombia.

 

 

All tours include transportation, which can be by land, sea and air. In addition, they include lodging, breakfast, lunch, dinner and local taxes.
The Needle Island Tour goes to the most popular sites of San Blas.

We offer other tours that are outside the common tourist map. Designed for nature lovers who seek tranquility and privacy, for those who like to explore places without frequent tourism and want to delve into the native Guna culture.

With the Tour Colombia we make a bridge between Central America and South America, perfect for travelers who want to know San Blas and continue their trip using this tour as a link.

Colombia Tour

Panama City

San Blas

Colombia

or vice versa

  • Lodging:
    Camping ⁄ Hammock
  •   
  • At least 5 People
5 days US$500
price per person
border fee not included
Needle Island Tour

Panama City
 
San Blas

  • Lodging:
    Room with Bathroom
  •   
  • At least 2 People
2 days US$305
price per person
3 days US$405
additional night US$ 90
prices per person
Pine Island Tour

Panama or Colombia
 
San Blas

  • Lodging:
    Camping ⁄ Hammock
  •   
  • At least 2 People
2 days US$245
from Colombia ⁄ Group of 5 P.
border fee not included

3 days US$589
from Panama ⁄ Group of 5 P.
prices per person
Gold Route Tour

Panama City
 
San Blas
 
Colombia

  • Lodging:
    Camping ⁄ Hammock
    Room with Bathroom
  •   
  • At least 5 People
4 days US$1092
price per person
border fee not included

San Blas: 365 islands surrounded by coral and coconut trees

The Archipelago of San Blas (Guna Yala) comprises 365 islands surrounded by coral and coconut trees, their waters are transparent and turquoise; ideal for diving and snorkeling.

It is considered one of the most beautiful places on the planet. It is an exceptional case in the whole world; since it is one of the few places where indigenous people govern themselves.

You can have a cozy rest in the hammock and enjoy the tranquility that the place offers. Our groups only have 5 to 10 people, which allows us to meet the expectations of each one.