San Blas Islands
The San Blas Islands are a group of the most beautiful islands in Panama. The islands are pristine because tourism is controlled by the native Gunas; they protect their lands. There are approximately 378 islands within the San Blas archipelago and they cover an area of about 100 square miles.
Most of the islands are uninhabited but there are some natives living on some of the major ones. Gunas are a community of proud people who have their own laws.
Isla Pero (Dog Island) is one of the most popular islands to visit. With white sand beach and crystal clear water and palm trees, it’s always a hit with visitors. You can even snorkel around a shipwreck gunboat right in front of the beach and see coral and lots of fish.
Easy Travel Panama will take you on a two hour drive from Panama City to Carti and from there you’ll travel approximately 30 minutes by boat out to the island. As you are enjoying the beach, swimming or just soaking up some Panama sun we will break for a delicious lunch of fish, rice, platano and salad served to you right there on the island!
There’s no place equal to San Blas and it’s a “must visit” while in Panama.
San Blas is untouched nature and culture.
(There is a 3 person minimum for this tour)
Book your tour today!
Call Judy Tovar
Easy Travel Panama
or call (507)6617-4122 in Panama
or call (512) 800-8099 in the U.S.
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