San Blas One-Day Tour
This tour introduces you to the Guna, one of Panama’s indigenous groups. They have full control of the white-sand islands and blue waters of San Blas and govern themselves independent of the rest of Panama. On this tour, you’ll visit two of the 365 islands that comprise the archipelago.
up to 60 days in advance
- Duration: 13 hrs
- Available Days: Every day
- Schedule: 5:00 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Free cancellation up to 60 days prior
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
Your tour begins very early in the morning, with a 5:00 AM pick-up. Guides will transport you to the shore in a 4x4. Then, you’ll set sail for the port town of Carti. The journey getting to San Blas is one of the highlights of the tour, as you glide over the surface of the bright blue water and behold the islands shimmering in the distance.
From Carti, you’ll take a motorboat to Isla Aguja, where you’ll spend time at the beach before you take a walk to a scenic swimming hole. Between swimming and relaxing, you’ll have breaks for breakfast and a picnic lunch. At some point during the tour, you’ll also get to meet members of the Guna community, who live traditional indigenous lifestyles.
What to Bring
Original passport, bathing suit, change of clothes, hat, sunscreen, sun glasses, bug spray, camera, towel, sandals, as well as money for the Guna fee ($20 USD) and personal expenses.
Transportation, tour guides, island entrance fees, port taxes, breakfast, drinks, and lunch.
Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “More Time and Rates” for full details.
The driver who conducted us in San Blas was late in the morning and we were not sure to start. Finally, we were able to start. Excepted that incident we've really enjoyed our tour. The guide have been very kind with us. I recommended these enterprise. In conclusion we enjoyed the tour to San Blas.
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