Description San Blas Sailing
- Minimum 2 pax
- Gorgeous San Blas sailing cruise (Kuna Indians)
- Primary tropical Forest Eco Lodge
- Panama Canal famous locks visit
- Panama City tour
Here's an audacious way to explore not only the Indian populated islands but also the most remote coves of this gorgeous archipelago in Panama. Your captain (most of the time the owner himself) will moor the sailboat in the most crystalline, turquoise waters of the Caribbean: Hollandes reefs, Chichime's lagoon and between other unique spots.
Snorkeling the virgin great barrier coral reef, kayaking freely around the keys, meeting remote Kuna Indian families, cooking a BBQ grilled fish on the break for lunch or dining aboard when lobsters and giant crabs with good Chilean wines is the ordeal.
Sailing softly from an island to another (sometimes accompanied by a dolphin family) is a real relaxing experience as this part of the archipelago is totally protected by the great reefs and offers calm waters.
The fleet offers catamarans and monohulls from 38' to 62' exclusive of shared boats, 3 to 14 day trips offering a large range of pricing. Consult us
Itinerary San Blas Sailing
Upon arrival to Tocumen International Airport, pick up and transfer to Riande Airport Hotel***. Overnight at hotel.
Breakfast at your hotel. Pick up in the morning and transfer by 4X4 to Burbayar Eco Lodge. This lodge, which name means Spirit of the mountain is surrounded by the rainforest where you will be able to enjoy a full day of close encounter with wildlife, birdwatching and relaxation (bath in natural fresh water pool under waterfall). All meals and drinks included except alcoholic ones. Overnight at lodge.
At about 08:00 AM starts the trans-isthmus tour from Burbayar to the San Blas archipelago. There is a new road since 2006, connecting the Burbayar lodge to Carti , that allows you to join San Blas with a 4x4 in about 1 ½ hour. Upon arrival, meet your captain and be welcomed aboard one Pepita Catamaran or similar. First day & night aboard. **Please let us know for a specific quote on any of the sailboats.
Day 4 to Day 10.
Enjoy a sailing cruise all included on a private owned sailing yacht. Visit the traditional Kuna Indian villages (famous molas makers): donation is included. Anchorages in front of pristine desert islands but also coral reefs walls. Gorgeous snorkeling, fishing, kayak, beach volley… life away from the massive tourism! Also meet other circumnavigators during night parties under the stars, yet enjoy also real moments of peace reading, relaxing … All this and more…
Back to Panama City after a fabulous early morning flight over the archipelago and the virgin primary forest. Welcome at domestic airport and transfer to Country Inn Amador hotel **** (Special selection of your room with view on the canal entrance –if still available at moment of your reservation)
(Shopping at the Indian handcraft market or at Avenida Central boutiques or walk along the causeway or enjoy the SPA and hotel pool) Overnight at hotel Country Inn Amador. (Consult us for other extra activity for this day: Fishing, canopy, tour to El Valle, sunset tour in the Panama Bay and more ...)
Breakfast at your hotel. In the morning you will be picked up for a Panama City& Canal tour: Visit the colonial quarter, old city at Captain Morgan’s time, Miraflores Panama Canal locks, Bridge of Americas, etc... Pick up 09:00 AM and return at about 05:00 PM. Guide and lunch are included. In the evening transfer to Tocumen International Airport.
- Note that if your flight is earlier than 18:00 the day 12 activities would be moved to day 11 and day 12 would be free.
- Price per person / Applicable until December 15th 2010
- Meals and drinks in Panama City (except breakfast at hotel and lunch during Panama City & Canal tour), personal expenses, tips, extra night at hotel, etc...
- Int’l flight to and from Panama is also not included.
- Guests must carry their own accident and cancellation insurance.