San Blas Tours
Dotted along the Caribbean coastline of Panama are the marvelous islands of San Blas, also known as Guna Yala by the local and indigenous people. More than 360 tiny islands make up the archipelego of San Blas and it has fast become one of the most unique destinations to visit in the world. Coconut trees, crystal-clear water, soft white-sand beaches, shunken ships and coral reefs make it a paradise. Living on the islands are the Guna, an autonomous indigenous community that has inhabited the region for hundreds of years and while modern utilities such as mobile phones and speedboats are a normal part of living now, much of the Guna traditions are still maintained and visiting the islands will give you an opportunity to see the local culture and way of life. Living is simple in San Blas, there is little modern luxury and this is part of the charm and authenticity of this intriguing place which attracts travelers from all over the world. A trip to Panama would not be complete without a visit to these beautiful islands.
All our tours leave from Panama City- single and multi-day available!
San Blas Day Tour- Island Hopping
Day trip (14 hrs)
Enjoy a day in paradise with our day tour to San Blas, it offers island-hopping, snorkeling, white sand beaches and the crystal clear waters. Lunch and bilingual guide included.
Ultimate San Blas Tour- Isla Iguana
Our most popular and complete tour of San Blas. Based on the beautiful Isla Iguana- camping and cabanas available. Day tours to explore 2+ other islands for snorkeling with a bilingual guide.
Immerse yourself in the authentic island life- Nubesidup is a more traditional and smaller island to stay and perfect if you are looking to laze around under a coconut tree with a book.
Island-Hopping- 4+ San Blas Islands Tour
Enjoy more islands!
Explore more with this complete 2 night tour! Stay one night in traditional cabanas and one in private cabins built over the water. With day trips to other beautiful islands, this tour combines the best of San Blas.
San Blas Islands Hotels & Cabanas
Most accommodation in San Blas is basic- thatch-roofed huts with sand or wooden floors and camping. Bathroom facilities are often shared and offer cold fresh water. For visitors looking for a bit more exclusivity and modern comfort, we also offer a number of San Blas Hotels. All hotels and accommodation we offer are owned and run by local Kuna.