Community Tours in Panama

Make time to seek out some of the less-visited parts of Panama, where you’ll meet members of rural communities that are located in Panama’s most remarkable landscapes. Visit the rolling hills of the western highlands to see the scenic villages of Boquete and Cerro Punta, and taste the coffee that farmers grow on local plantations. The islands of Bocas del Toro, while among the most popular places to visit, still have pockets of uniquely Panamanian culture, and miles of pristine rainforest. To learn more about indigenous Panamanians, travel to coastal villages to hear firsthand the folklore of the Guna people.