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Unique 1- Day & Multi-Day Adventures To Panama’s Pristine Jungles, Rivers & Oceans
Custom Made • Honey Moon •Family Vacation • Corporate Groups • Luxury • Camping • National Parks
• Rainforest Tribes • Nature and Wildlife • Cultural Immersion • Lodging • Transfers • 1 – 8 day Tours

About our adventure trips:

 "Aventuras Panamá" or Adventures Panama pioneers adventure travel in Panama city and the country. It offers  soft adventure travel packages that include whitewater rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, hiking, camping, snorkeling, cultural inmersions on rainforest tribes, Panama vacation, Guna Yala, Panama City Panama, and more to turn your vacations in Panamain to unforgettable  memories. Visit Panama !

Panama is a bridge that unites North America with South America, and separates the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in the narrowest area of America. That explain the huge biodiversity that you will encounter. Adventure into Panama Whale Watching, Bird Watching, or into any of our protected areas such as Soberania National Park to be amaze with our wildlife.

What ever your needs are in lodging, transfers, or activities we are here to help. If you can not find online what you are looking for contact us and we will be happy to assist you providing you reliable service.


  • Panama City
  • Chagres National Park - Heliraft & Embera Indigenous
  • Exciting heli ride
  • Panama Canal Kayaking & Visitor Center
  • Boquete Highlands
  • Snorkeling in the Golf of Chiriquí



This Package covers all that you were hoping to find in Panama. You will explore the fastest growing city of the Americas, and learn about Panama City's history and the importance of the Canal.You will kayak on the Gatun Lake, Panama´s biggest artificial lake and heart of the Panama Canal, to discover its surrounding wildlife.By Helicopter, you will be dropped in the middle of virgin Jungle of the Chagres National Park to find yourself rafting back to civilization. You will encounter the Embera Indigenous, eat Panamanian typical food and visit Panama´s coffee region. In the Chiriquí Highlands you will get to know cloud forests and glide through the fresh air of Boquete. And of course, there can´t be missing a visit at the Chiriquí Golf, to snorkel and explore its Island.


"Panama City - The most cosmopolitan capital in Central America, Panama City is both vibrant metropolis and gateway to tropical escapes. Many worlds coexist here. Welcoming both east and west, Panama is a regional hub of trade and immigration." 

Day 1: Arrival in Panama
At the day of your arrival in Panama one of our Panamanian representatives will pick you up at the International Airport Tocumen and transfer you to the Hotel.
Lodging in Panama City: Central Hotel
Day 2: Panama City Tour
Today we will visit the main sights in Panama City:
Casco Antiguo: Also called San Felipe, it showcases a spectacular view of Panama City. You will visit historic buildings such as San Jose Church, the National Theater, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the old Slave Market and the Old Spanish Prisons.
Amador Causeway: A beautiful site where 3 islands were united with the mainland by using materials removed during the Panama Canal excavations. You get to choose from several gourmet restaurants and enjoy the view of ships leaving the Canal and the city.
The Old Panama Ruins: A visit to the Old Panama Ruins, a strategic spot for the Spanish trade during colonial times.
For dinner we will go to a typical Panamanian restaurant, where you can enjoy Panamanian dishes and a traditional dance show.
Lodging in Panama City: Central Hotel, Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner  
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"Gatun Lake - The Panama Canal is much more than a marvel built to transit vessels from one ocean to another. With it, a vast zone of tropical forest has been devoted to protect its main resource: fresh water. We take you to explore this wonder in expedition kayaks to allow you a close encounter with the surroundings of the Canal Every time a ship crosses the canal towards the Pacific Ocean at Miraflores Locks or towards the Atlantic Ocean at the Gatun Locks 52,000,000 gallons of fresh water are spilled from Gatun Lake. It used to be the world biggest artificial lake. With the creation of Gatun Lake many mountain tops were turned into islands. It offers endless channel possibilities to scout wildlife. In its shores covered by dense tropical forest you will find all kinds of tropical flora and fauna."
Day 3: Panama Canal Gatun Lake Kayaking & Miraflores Locks
After enjoying breakfast, you'll get picked up at 8:00 am and driven along the Panama Canal, passing by Miraflores and Pedro Miguel Locks, to the Gamboa Public Ramp. The journey continues through the Canal for another hour by motorboat, and then you will switch to 2-person expedition kayaks once we are at the Lake.
We spend the next few hours scouting channels through the forest, with a break for lunch and to rest on our motor boat. While wildlife is never completely predictable, we are almost guaranteed to see different types of monkeys, including Capuchin (white-faces), howling, spider, and titi. Animals that also can be spotted are Jesus Lizards, king fishers and fishing eagles and if we're lucky we may also see turtles.
On the way back we'll stop at the Panama Canal Miraflores Locks and learn about its operation. The Canal is still vital to world trade, without it there wouldn´t be world’s commerce as we know it.
Lodging in Panama City: Central Hotel, Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
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"Charges National Park - The Park has tropical rainforests and mountainous terrain. Its rivers – which not only include the Chagres, the Pequeni and Boquerón are the main water sources for the Panama Canal, but also an important source of drinking water for the Panama City and Colon. The Chagres National Park is home to an abundance of tropical plants and animals. There are 114 mammal species, including Baird’s tapirs, whitetail deer, Geoffroy’s spider monkeys, and all five species of big cats. Of the 396 species of birds, there are stripe-cheeked woodpeckers, violet-capped hummingbirds, and even harpy eagles. Additionally, there are 96 reptile species, 79 amphibian species, and 59 species of freshwater fish. An indigenous Embera tribe lives along the upper reaches of Lake Alajuela. They migrated more than twenty years ago, here they found the same habitat that they were so familiar with in the Darien Jungles, close to Colombia."
Day 4: The Chagres Challenge – The Helirafting
At 8 am we will take a helicopter from Panama City to virgin Jungle of the Chagres National Park.
Here we will be left in untouched wildness and get into rafts to float downstream (Class II-III rapids) into the untouched jungles of the upper basin of the Chagres River. We will have lunch by the river and continue rafting further downstream passing an impressive granite canyon with some white water rapid action, and ending just before encountering Madden Lake.
Along the trek you will be picked up by the Embera Indigenous with a “piragua” (wooden canoe equipped with outboard motor) that will take you to their Embera Indian Village, where we will learn about the Embera culture and believes.
After sharing their kind hospitality, we will head back to the City.
Lodging in Panama City: Central Hotel, Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner  
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"Boquete - In the mountainous area of Boquete, you will find the coffee heartland of Panama, this region is also wildly popular because of its remarkably pleasant weather. It is one of the most protected locations, meaning that a majority of the area is natural and pristine. It is known for its farmers, who produce citrus, flowers, vegetables and fruits. It is also popular with those who love the outdoors and there are many ways to explore and interact with this setting while visiting the region. Additionally, this region served as the only refuge of the Ngobe Bugle Indians, and they still live in the Chiriquí highlands as well."
Day 5: Transfer to Chiriquí, Cloud Forest Hike and Coffee Plantation
Today in the morning, you’ll take a domestic flight to your next destination, David, which takes about 50 minutes.
Once you arrive, you’ll be driven to Boquete, located in the Chiriquí Highlands.
After you check in the hotel, you’ll be hiking in the Panamanian cloud forest. You’ll venture out on one of the many scenic trails surrounding “Barú Volcano”, home to diverse flora and fauna, waterfalls, and lush vegetation. Keep an eye out for howler monkeys, sloths, deer, peccaries, and any of the hundreds of species of birds that live here.
After your hike, enjoy a late lunch in Boquete and then get to know a coffee plantation. Here, you’ll learn about the process of coffee, from farm to cup, taking in the sights and tastes of a place that artfully balances traditional methods with modern advances.
Lodging at Panamonte Hotel, Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Day 6: Zip lining or Sky Walk in the Highlands
Today after breakfast you will be transferred to Boquete Tree Trek Eco Park, where you will have two options:
(1)   Zip lining: After a short hike into the forest, you’ll meet your experienced canopy guides, who will ensure your safety and join you throughout this unforgettable adventure. You’ll receive safety instructions and a short training before your take the leap into this adrenaline-pumping canopy tour. This unique experience is only for true adventurers with no fear of heights! On the tour, you’ll cover 3 kilometers of zip line in total, divided among 12 different zip line cables. You’ll glide through the treetops of the cloud forest at breathtaking speed, far above rivers and waterfalls.
(2)   Sky Walk: You’ll head out on 5 km loop that will take you over five skywalk bridges ranging from 1,600 to 1,800 meters over sea level. You’ll walk through the treetops of the cloud forest, giving you the perfect opportunity to watch for exotic birds and other animals native to the area. From these heights, you’ll also be get to enjoy extensive panoramic views as your guide tells you about the ecosystem around you, as well as its inhabitants.
After you enjoyed lunch at Boquete Tree Trek Eco Park, we will travel to “Boca Chica” where you will check in at Hotel Bocas del Mar. Here you will have leisure time for the rest of the day.
Lodging at Hotel Bocas del Mar, Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner 
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"Golf of Chiriquí – This National Park lies along Panama’s Pacific coast and extends from the border with Costa Rica on the west to the Azuero Peninsula on the east. The region contains one of the largest coral reefs in the Pacific, one of Central America’s richest mangrove forests, and the largest island in Panama. Its about two dozen small islands are a favorite refuge for sea turtles, white-tipped sharks, tiger herons, thousands of tropical fish, and even migrating whales.  It has attractive beaches, remote islands, and two huge marine parks. And its surfing, diving, and sport fishing are first-rate."
Day 7: Snorkeling tour the Gulf of Chiriquí
At 8 am you will be transferred to “Isla Bolaños” through the Gulf of Chiriquí. You’ll discover this incredible marine park while snorkeling, hiking, swimming and relaxing at the beach. Return to main land at around 3 pm and enjoy you last evening at the beach before heading back to Panama City the next day.
Lodging at Hotel Bocas del Mar, Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Day 8: Flight back to Panama City and Visit the Biodiversity Museum
At 7 am we will head to the Airport in David and fly back to Panama City, where you should arrive at 10 am.
We will transfer you to the city, where you can check in to your Hotel.
In the afternoon we will take you to the Biodiversity Museum, one of the best museums in Panama, where you can learn all about Panamas history.
Lodging in Panama City: Central Hotel, Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner 
Day 9: Departure
Today it is time to say goodbye, or better see you soon. We will transfer you to the International Airport to catch your Flight.
Meals included: Breakfast
What does it includes ?
All mentioned transportation, rafts, kayaks and related gear, camping gear (tent, sleeping pad and blanket), guides, included meals, and local taxes. Our guides are trained in river and sea navigation skills, first-aid and CPR.
5 nights at Hotel, Panama City
1 nights at Hotel, Boquete
2 nights at Hotel Bocas del Mar
8 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 7 dinner
All mentioned ground, river, air and ocean transfers within Panama are included.
What does it not includes ?
International flight, airport tax, personal expenses, meals not specified in itinerary and extras in hotels (laundry, room service, phone calls), travel insurance.
Who can go ?
Persons that enjoy to team up for camping and paddling in the outdoors, in good health, and fine physical conditions.
What should you take along ?
Daily items: Swimsuit or a pair of short for navigating, sneakers or light boots with good soles and water-shoes or Teva type sandals, a cap, sun-block, a light jacket or windbreaker (in case the weather turns chilly), a towel and dry sets of clothes. Dry-bag, personal hygiene items.
What should not be brought ?
Leave objects than can be destroyed by water or valuables like jewels, cash, credit cards, etc.
Minimum of participants: 8
From $ 2850.00 per person
(1)  Aventuras Panama reserves the right, at its sole criteria, to exchange program with similar activities or accommodations in case it considers it necessary always providing similar value.
(2)  Participants should get familiar and agree with Aventuras Panama Terms and Conditions.