The closest you can get to paradise

Visit the San Blas islands

San Blas islands, Panama
Overnight stay, day tours, boats to/from Colombia
Authentic & local
San Blas Islands

Welcome to paradise

Let your paradise island fantasies come alive with a visit to the San Blas islands in Panama!

We are a local, fully indigenous company and have been welcoming guests for over 10 years to the San Blas islands. We specialize in authentic day and overnight trips to the San Blas islands and 3-day island hopping boat trips between Panama and Colombia. Experience the San Blas islands with a professional local company and get up close with our unique Kuna culture.

100% local & indigenous | Over 10 years of experience | Visit the highlights of San Blas | Boat ride & meals included | Transport from/to Panama City available

Our Tours to the San Blas Islands

Find the right trip for you

We offer day tours and overnight stays on the San Blas islands (starting from Panama City and returning there) as well as multiple-day island hopping trips from Panama to Colombia or from Colombia to Panama.

3-day island hopping to Panama/Colombia

(One-way to Panama/to Colombia)

3 adventure-filled days from Panama to Colombia OR from Colombia to Panama – Travel with us in a speedboat along the San Blas archipelago and discover the amazing border-region.

  • Sleep on the islands
  • Experience our Kuna culture
  • Visit uninhabited islands
Price Per Person

From $275

San Blas Day Tour

(return to Panama City)

Your best choice if you have only limited time but don’t want to miss out on the San Blas islands – Visit the highlights of San Blas in just one day during our relaxing day tour

  • 1 full day, plenty of beach time
  • Visit different islands
  • Lunch included
Price Per Person


San Blas Overnight Stay

(return to Panama City)

Our most popular package – Have the trip of your lifetime by staying for a few days on our island in San Blas, living the perfect island life and exploring the unique Kuna culture.

  • Sleep right next to the beach
  • Stay in traditional Kuna cabins
  • Meals included
Price Per Person

From $75

About Us

Why you should visit San Blas with us


San Blas Frontera is 100% Kuna owned and operated, with all employees being Kuna (the local tribe owning and inhabiting the San Blas islands), meaning you’ll be with the people who know the San Blas islands, communities and local customs like the back of their hands.


With over 10 years of tourism in the San Blas islands and a passionate world traveler as founder, we know what our guests are looking for.


As a purely local business with local employees and sourcing, all your money stays in San Blas to support local businesses and our communities.

Our part in this

We’re here to make your trip extraordinary

Transport to/from P.C.
Not an agency
No booking fees
Fair prices
Hear for yourself

Our happy customers

Despite visiting San Blas only for a day we got a really good impression of life in Kuna Yala and the Kuna culture. Everything was very professional but never felt like a standard trip from the catalog.

Maria B.


Amazing island, amazing beach life, amazing culture and amazing hosts – it was worth every minute and dollar spent.

David W.


San Blas Frontera is by far my favorite company for visiting San Blas:  great service, everything running smoothly, and – most importantly – always a smile on their faces

Juan M.


see you soon in paradise

Ready for some island time?

Or some questions first?

A little bit overwhelmed by the many options we offer? Or want to learn more about the trips? Drop us a message and we’ll get back to you asap, usually within a few hours.

Contact us

(+507) 6151-7379
(+507) 6807-2764

About Us

As a purely local and indigenous business, we offer authentic day trips and overnight stays in our traditional Kuna cabins on the San Blas islands in Panama and multiple-day boat trips across the Panamanian-Colombian border (boats from Panama to Colombia and boats from Colombia to Panama) as the local alternative to sailing the San Blas islands.

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