Playa Farallón Tours and Activities

Playa Farallón tours and activities listing, a guide of excursions available while traveling in Playa Farallón
Panama’s Herrera province produces a number of traditional goods, including sugarcane, salt, clay, and bread. This half-day tour exposes travelers to the craftsmanship behind the creation of these products.
Urraca was an indigenous chief who battled with Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century. During this full-day tour, you’ll explore some of the places he presided over, including Santiago, San Francisco, and the La Yegunda Lagoon.
Cubita is the name of a pre-Columbian indigenous group that once lived in this area. During this tour, you’ll explore important cultural sites near La Villa de Los Santos, including some that date back to pre-Columbian times.
During this tour, you’ll trace the steps of Gonzalo de Badajoz, a conquistador who was sent by the Spanish Crown in 1515 to conquer Central Panama. Along the way, you’ll stop at important cultural sites, including the archeological dig at El Caño and the old churches of Parita and Natá.
The Azuero Peninsula is considered the cultural heartland of Panama. This tour explores the traditions and folklore of the Azuero Peninsula.