Embera Village Tours
Embera Village– The Embera' have the Quality of Life you have been searching for. Our founder, Anne Gordon de Barrigon is an American woman who is married to an Embera' man from the village of Embera' Puru.
The Emberá people are eager to share their culture and traditions with visitors. They are beautiful people both inside and out and are very quick to smile and laugh.
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Smithsonian Tropical – The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute has the responsibility of disseminating research results and implementing public education programs to increase understanding and awareness of tropical environments.
For example, STRI currently organizes day visits to three youth-oriented education facilities: Barro Colorado Island, Culebra, Bocas del Toro and Galeta.
Natural History Eco-Tourism
Canopy Tower Adventures – Panama's Leader in Birding and Natural History Ecotourism Since 1999.
Canopy Family has two award-winning birding lodges, the Canopy Tower, not far from Panama City in Soberanía National Park, and the Canopy Lodge, in the hills of El Valle de Antón. Both offer world-class, unique birding and natural history experiences, led by friendly, knowledgeable bilingual guides.
A once in a lifetime adventure!
Panama Canal Tours – The Panama Canal, celebrating its 100th anniversary in August 2014, is Panama’s most popular tourist attraction.
The best way to experience the canal is in a cruise onboard the Pacific Queen. During your transit, you will have the unique opportunity to
You will transit with the big ships and see the tug boats in operation and of course, the locks themselves.
Panama Canal Eco Tours
Bird Watching • Fishing
Panama Canal Eco Tours – Specialized in the Panama Canal, its nature, ECO System, Rain-Forest, Jungles, animal and plants, secret paths, geography, climate, the history of natives, Conquistadores, Gold rushers to Peru and California, train constructors, Canal builders, ship captains.
Come see the real thing, God’s creation at its prime, the hidden wonders of the Tropical Rain Forest. Lake Gatun, The Panama Canal the inter-oceanic wonder of wild life and pristine jungles.
A Pearl of the Caribbean
San Blas Panama Tours – The autonomous region of Kuna Yala covers an area of 2341 km² on the shores of the Caribbean on the northeastern part of Panama. This 10 km wide and 373 km long strip of land has on its shores 365 islands. Most of these islands are uninhabited. This Kuna territory with its 30 thousand inhabitants is the most important one for Kuna culture.With its virgin nature, its islands and beaches of white sand and pristine water, Kuna Yala deserves the name of a pearl of the Caribbean.Until some years a hidden paradise in this planet, Kuna Yala is slowly opening its doors to foreigners. The foreigners haven't missed the opportunity to visit this land and the impression they've taken is to have found a treasure. You should also visit this land blessed by nature and inhabited by friendly persons with beautiful traditions.