We have a direct trip (duration: 1 or 2 days) from Panama City to Capurgana, Colombia on March 22 or March 23. Reach out to email@example.com if you are interested!
Step into another world with our 3-day island hopping boat trip from Panama to Colombia.
Forget sailing through rough seas, with our trip you will be spending the majority of your time exploring tropical islands and an ancient culture. We travel in a typical speedboat along all 365 of the San Blas islands, taking you to uninhabited, tropical islands that noone else goes to, to colorful coral reefs and to Kuna villages where you can get up close with our indigenous Kuna culture. Time on the boat is limited to 2-3 hours per day, instead you’ll be soaking up the sun and beaches!
As a local business, we invite you onto the trip of your lifetime: explore in a small group the best the San Blas islands have to offer while supporting the local communities and making connections with like-minded travelers.
We travel in a speed boat from island to island, starting in Cartí in San Blas, Panama, to Sapzurro in Colombia. Travel times between islands are short – we want to maximize island time.
The trip fare includes the boat ride, all meals, accommodation in traditional cabins on two islands, stops on islands and villages and support for crossing the border into Colombia.
Living and traveling through Kuna culture was one of the most incredible sensations found on this overland journey in Central America
It was a fun three-day trip full of authentic experiences and impressions that are rarely found anywhere else in the world.
“I opted to use the services of a Kuna-based company, San Blas Frontera, to be sure that my money would end up staying within the community. As well as meeting the Kuna communities, I was also lucky enough to enjoy the beautiful, sandy beach with not a care in the world. A different sunny island for each day of the year – definitely something I could get used to!”
We had a unique and unforgettable evening and are very grateful that we could be part of it! Thanks to Luis and his company!