The San Blas Islands are made up of over 360 small islands, all beautiful and unique, so it's not easy choosing which island to stay on. We have hand-picked those we believe are some of the best, so use this page to explore which paradise is right for you.


Includes return transport from Panama City

couple snorkeling underwater in clear water with arms out and starfish sitting on sea floor in front

San Blas Day Trip

Yani Island, Perro Chico Island, Sunken Shipwreck, Piscina Natural

Spend the day island-hopping in the San Blas Islands- white sand beaches, crystal water, snorkeling, round trip transports, lunch, and local Kuna guides. Best way to spend the day!

Full day | $125 pp

Kuna boats on white-sand beach and blue water in background and clear blue skies and palm frond hanging in foreground

Ultimate San Blas Day Trip

Diablo Island, Perro Chico Island, Sunken Shipwreck, Banco de Arena, Piscina Natural

See the higlights of the San Blas Islands with the ultimate day trip! 4 spots included, lunch, snorkeling, local Kuna guide.

Full day | $130 pp


Available for 1+ nights and return transport from Panama City included

long rustic wooden dock built over water leads to small tropical island surround by water and covered in tall coconut palm tress with a few small wooden huts built on the shore

Yani Island

Less crowded, great day tours

Beautiful and less-crowded, Yani offers shared and private accommodations and is anice home base for taking day tours to see other spots.

1+ nights | From $145 pp

Beautiful wooden cabin on white-sand island nd palm trees behind hand-painted with colorful porttrait of elderly Kuna woman dressed with traditional head bandana and sunset behind her


Beautiful beaches and cabins

Perfect turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, and a bit of firestry, Chichime is considered one of the best islands to stay on and explore.

1+ nights | From $185 pp

Diablo Island from the water with tall palm trees covering the island and crystal clear water surrounding it

Diablo Island

Late departure included

Diablo is one of the best-known islands in San Blas. Shared and private cabins available and large dining/social area. Late departure included. 

1+ nights | From $165 pp

Traditional style cabanas of Kuna Yala with thatched-rooves built on sand of tropical island with palm trees growing around them

Iguana Island

Small beautiful island, traditional huts

Located 15 inutes from port, Iguana is a picturesque island offering traditional huts with sand floors that face the sea.

1+ nights | From $175 pp

Beautiful wooden cabin on white-sand island nd palm trees behind hand-painted with colorful porttrait of elderly Kuna woman dressed with traditional head bandana and sunset behind her


Remote and tranquil

Nubesidub is a beautiful and quiet island offering an authentic Kuna experience and a perfect place to disconnect.

1+ nights | From $185 pp


Dotted along the Caribbean coastline of Panama are the marvelous San Blas Islands, known as Guna Yala by the local and indigenous community. More than 360 small islands make up the archipelago of San Blas and it has become one of the most unique destinations to visit in the world.

Coconut trees, crystal-clear water, soft white-sand beaches, sunken shipwrecks, and coral reefs make it a true 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 life 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 visitors from all over the world. Your trip to Panama would not be complete without taking a San Blas tour from Panama City.


We kindly ask that before booking one of our San Blas tours, you make sure to read the San Blas Information Page to get an idea of what to expect before visiting the islands. We are working with local drivers and guides, and San Blas works differently than Panama and likely very different than what visitors are accustomed to. This is part of the unique experience that San Blas offers its visitors. It’s important to keep in mind that tourism is still relatively new to the islands, and guests will find that accommodation is rustic, meals may be simple, and timing if often not precise.

All transportation and tours in San Blas are operated strictly by local Kuna staff as pr congress rules and from the moment you are picked up at your accommodation unil your return, your San Blas experience is facilitated by businesses run by the local Kuna community, not directly by Panama Travel Unlimited. However, we’re always in communication with our partners in San Blas and available to provide assistance and support throughout your journey if needed. 

We ask for patience, respect for their times, and ways of doing things. If you are unsure that this type of travel is right for you, don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.