There is SO much more to Panama than canals and hats. Situated on the narrow isthmus bridging Central and South America, travellers will be wowed by palm-shaded (and uncrowded) beaches, sensational surf breaks, picturesque Colonial towns, and wildlife aplenty.
In Panama's west, Bocas del Toro is a melting pot of culture; home to West Indians, Latinos and expats, Bocas delivers the goods with diverse music, nightlife and food (not to mention some outstanding snorkelling). Cut to the highland town of Boquete for crystal-clear creeks and rivers, dense forest, howler monkeys, and the resplendent quetzal. Enjoy spectacular views hiking through scenic cloud forests in one of the many scenic trails surrounding the Baru Volcano, home to diverse flora and fauna. Enjoy a stay in the small town of El Valle de Anton, nestled in the second largest inhabited volcanic crater. Followed by exploration in the Herrara Highlands, an area profusely inhabited by indigenous groups in the pre-Columbian era. Here we discover the manufacturing process of traditional products such as sugarcane, salt, clay and bread.
LAST CALL to join us in Panama - January 19th to February 2nd!
Visit https://www.cubadiscoverytours.com/product/journey-through-panama for more information or call Cassandra 204-727-2305.
Value – No other company offers comprehensive tours at such a reasonable price.
Small Groups - More flexibility to stop en-route if there is something of interest.
Diverse – We balance our tours to include history, nature, people to people visits (culture) and fun!
Relaxed Pace – Stays of 2 or 3 nights in each location slow things down. Most starts are at 9 am or later.
With so much ground to be covered, joining a group tour will bring ease, convenience and a lot of fun to the whole travel experience.