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  • CHARTER IN SAN BLAS

    1. If you're looking for a unique and unforgettable vacation experience, look no further than San Blas. This stunning archipelago, located on the Caribbean coast of Panama, is a true paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers. And what better way to explore this tropical paradise than by renting a catamaran charter in San Blas? San Blas is famous for its crystal-clear turquoise waters, pristine white-sand beaches, and vibrant coral reefs. With more than 365 islands and cays to explore, there is always something new and exciting to discover. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a first-time boater, renting a catamaran charter is the perfect way to navigate these pristine waters and experience the beauty of San Blas. Catamarans are an excellent choice for exploring San Blas because of their stability and spaciousness. These multi-hulled vessels offer plenty of room to relax and soak up the sun, as well as ample space for dining and socializing. With their shallow draft, catamarans can access even the most secluded and untouched parts of the archipelago, allowing you to discover hidden beaches and secret coves that are inaccessible to larger boats. When you rent a catamaran charter in San Blas, you have the freedom to create your own itinerary and explore at your own pace. Spend your days snorkeling among vibrant coral reefs, swimming with tropical fish, or simply relaxing on the deck and soaking up the breathtaking views. With a catamaran, you can easily hop from one island to another, discovering the unique beauty and charm of each. One of the highlights of renting a catamaran charter in San Blas is the opportunity to interact with the local Kuna Yala indigenous people. The Kuna are the traditional inhabitants of the archipelago and have managed to preserve their vibrant culture and way of life. Visiting their villages and learning about their customs and traditions is a truly enriching experience that will leave a lasting impression. When it 2. Are you looking for a unique and unforgettable experience in San Blas? Look no further than catamaran charter in San Blas! This is the perfect opportunity to explore the stunning beauty of this Caribbean paradise, and what better way to do it than on a luxurious catamaran? San Blas is a hidden gem located on the northeast coast of Panama. It is made up of a cluster of over 300 islands, each more breathtaking than the last. With crystal clear turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, and vibrant coral reefs, San Blas is a true tropical paradise. When it comes to exploring San Blas, there is no better way than on a catamaran. These spacious and comfortable vessels provide the perfect platform for you to relax and soak in the beauty of your surroundings. Whether you are traveling with family, friends, or that special someone, a catamaran charter in San Blas is sure to create memories that will last a lifetime. One of the great advantages of a catamaran charter is the freedom it offers. You have the option to customize your itinerary and visit the islands that interest you the most. From uninhabited islands with pristine beaches to vibrant indigenous communities, San Blas has something for everyone. Your captain and crew will be there to guide you and ensure that you make the most of your time in this tropical paradise. Another highlight of a catamaran charter in San Blas is the opportunity for water activities. Snorkeling enthusiasts will be in heaven as they explore the vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life. Imagine swimming alongside colorful tropical fish and encountering majestic sea turtles. If you're feeling adventurous, you can even try your hand at paddleboarding or kayaking, allowing you to explore the hidden corners of the islands at your own pace. Of course, one of the best parts of a catamaran charter is the onboard experience. These luxurious vessels are equipped with all the amenities you could possibly need. From spacious cabins with comfortable beds to

  • FLIGHTS FROM PANAMA TO THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS

    How do you fly to the San Blas Islands? Flying to San Blas is the most efficient way to enter the region. Recommended departure time is 7:30am, but we can accommodate your schedule, just let us know when booking. ​ Booking a private plane to the San Blas Islands makes a lot of sense, in part because it will limit your transfer time to just 40 minutes compared to the 3.5+ hours it will take if you take a road transfer. ​ Flight details ​ Departure from: Albrook local terminal in Panama City Departure time at check-in: early in the morning Departure time at checkout: same as check-in time Arrival at: Heart of Jesus or the Future Type: private plane Duration: 40 minutes Cost: depends on the number of travelers. diners and total weight, see info below Airport tax: $20/person ​ Once in Corazón de Jesús you will be received by our captain and transferred to the catamaran that will be anchored next to the runway. The transfer time from the track to the catamaran does not exceed 3-5 minutes. How much does it cost to fly to the San Blas Islands? The cost of private flights to San Blas ranges from $120 per person per way to $295 per person per way ​ 2 passengers: total price for private plane $590 each way: the price per passenger is $295 each way total cargo weight of 650 lbs. ---------------------------------------- 3 passengers: $590 total price per private plane each way: price per passenger is $196 each way total cargo weight 650 lbs. ---------------------------------------- 4 passengers: $590 private jet total price each way: guest price is $147 each way 650 lbs total cargo weight ---------------------------------------- 5 passengers: $590 private jet total price each way: guest price is $118 each way 650 lbs total cargo weight ---------------------------------------- 6 Passengers - $1200 Private Aircraft Full Price each way - Guest Price is $200 each way 1300 lbs total cargo weight ---------------------------------------- 7 passengers: $1200 private plane total price each way: guest price is $171 each way 1300 lbs total cargo weight ---------------------------------------- 8 passengers: $1,200 total price per private plane each way: price per passenger is $150 each way total cargo weight 1,300 lbs. ---------------------------------------- 9 passengers: $1200 private plane total price each way: guest price is $133 each way 1300 lbs total cargo weight ---------------------------------------- 10 passenger - $1200 private plane full price each way - guest price is $120 each way 1300 lbs total cargo weight ---------------------------------------- ​ ​

  • FLIGHTS TO THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS

    How do you fly to the San Blas islands? Flying to San Blas is the most efficient way to enter the region. Departure time recommended is 7:30 Am but we can adapt to your schedule, just let us know upon booking. ​ Booking a private plane to the San Blas islands makes a lot of sense, in part because you will limit your transfer time to only 40 minutes in comparison ton the more that 3,5 hours you will spend if you take a road transfer.. ​ Flight Details: ​ Leave from: Albrook local terminal in Panama City Departure time on checkin: early morning Departure time on checkout: same as checkin time Arrive at: Corazon de Jesus or el Porvenir Type: private plane Duration: 40 min Cost: depends on number of travelers. guests and total weight, check info below Airport tax: $20/person ​ Once in Corazon de Jesus you will be greeted by our captain and transferred to the catamaran that will be anchored next to the runway. Transfer time from the runway to the catamaran is not longer that 3-5 minutes. How Much Does it Cost to fly to the San Blas Islands? Cost of private flights to San Blas vary between $120/person/way and $295/person/way ​ 2 guests:total price for private plane $590/way: price per guest is $295/way ​total carrying weight of 650 lb ---------------------------------------- 3 guests: total price for private plane of $590/way: price per guest is $196/way ​total carrying weight of 650 lb ---------------------------------------- 4 guests: total price for private plane of $590/way: price per guest is $147/way ​total carrying weight of 650 lb ---------------------------------------- 5 guests: total price for private plane of $590/way: price per guest is $118/way ​total carrying weight of 650 lb ---------------------------------------- 6 guests: total price for private plane of $1200/way: price per guest is $200/way ​total carrying weight of 1300 lb ---------------------------------------- 7 guests: total price for private plane of $1200/way: price per guest is $171/way ​total carrying weight of 1300 lb ---------------------------------------- 8 guests: total price for private plane of $1200/way: price per guest is $150/way ​total carrying weight of 1300 lb ---------------------------------------- 9 guests: total price for private plane of $1200/way: price per guest is $133/way ​total carrying weight of 1300 lb ---------------------------------------- 10 guests: total price for private plane of $1200/way: price per guest is $120/way ​total carrying weight of 1300 lb ---------------------------------------- ​ ​

  • Questions about San Blas

    HISTORY OF SAN BLAS Guna yala also known as San-Blas Islands is an autonomous province of Panama that includes approximately 400 islands and only 60 of them are populated. The Kunas are one of the last indigenous tribes of the Chibcha Amerindian people. In the Kuna language they call themselves Dule or Tule, which literally means "person". They first lived in the Darién province of Panama, which is now considered the jungle border between Colombia and Panama. They lived in approximately 60 independent tribes that shared the same language and culture. All these tribes did not trade with each other, some even fought, in addition the European conquerors arrived with the purpose of finding gold, which pushed the Kunas to look for a safer place. They choose to settle around 1600 on the Atlantic coast of Panama, first on the mainland and then move to the San-Blas Islands. The soil was not really fertile, so no other tribe tried to settle there. Also the Spanish were busy looking for gold and fighting with the tribes. So the Kuna could establish their roots in their new surroundings and start making San-Blas a better place to live by growing fruits and vegetables, they maintain their way of life by trading shellfish, yuccas and other ailments with pirates who also settle in the waters. hidden shallows of San-Blas. The Kuna are one of the only tribes that have preserved their traditions for centuries, until now. #1 -HOW TO GET TO SAN BLAS? You will need different transportation to get to San Blas from the airport, here we will explore all the different ways. 4×4 collective taxis to Guna Yala water taxi You will have to combine different options because only the plane offers to go directly to San Blas, but it has a significant cost. During your trip to get to San Blas you will have to go through Guna Yala customs and pay the Guna Yala entrance fee before getting to your sailboat or catamaran. Guna Yala rate San Blas or Guna yala is an independent province. So, like any independent place, there is a border, a customs and immigration office. The entrance to Guna Yala costs $20 per person for foreigners and $5 for nationals or residents. From Panama to San Blas by 4×4 taxi A 4×4 comes to pick you up at your hotel, it is a collective 4×4, and the driver will go around the hotel to take the tourists to San Blas. Then, you leave Panama City to reach Carti, your driver will go through customs, and you will have to pay the kuna fee (20$) then, you enter the Guna yala territory. When you arrive at Carti, it's 7:30 am, your taxi leaves you at the dock, it will ask you $50 for transportation. At the pier, you can see boats from different companies that come from the sea and bring tourists who have just finished their cruise. They take your 4×4 taxi and you take their boat, the water taxi will take you to your next destination...the sailboat or catamaran you chose. We can provide you with contacts or coordinate both car and boat transport. Book your trip in advance and confirm it 2 days before with the name and address of your hotel, The driver will pick you up in the morning, have your passport ready for customs on the road to San Blas From the port by water taxi to the sailboat or catamaran- WATER TAXI TO SAN BLAS WHAT IS A BOAT? A powerboat is a small, long boat with a powerful outboard motor, to get people quickly on the water. Leaving the Carti pier, around 8:30/9am, the boat stops at different islands and boats to drop people off. It is not the most comfortable way to travel, (it takes 30/45min to get to Chichime) but it is definitely a lot of fun. The price will depend on how far the islands you want to go are, for example the water taxi should cost around $20/$25 to get to Chichime from Carti and can drop you off directly on your boat if you ask. We can provide you with contacts or coordinate both car and boat transport. Book your trip in advance and confirm it 2 days before your arrival. Your water taxi will drop you directly at the boat. You have finally reached!!!! It is around 10 in the morning, you can relax and have a drink, the crew will take care of everything, you are in San Blas, and your trip can begin. - HOW TO RETURN? FROM SAN BLAS TO PANAMA Around 7 in the morning, the boats will go around the islands and the boats to pick up the people who have requested it. They will be taken to the pier where 4×4 taxis are waiting to take people to their next destination. We can provide you with contacts or coordinate both car and boat transport. Another way is to go to San Blas by plane: You can get to San Blas by plane from the Panama airport, you can ask for a private plane or a helicopter to take you to the Porvenir airport. This option has a significant cost, but it is definitely the fastest way to reach the San Blas Islands in 30 minutes. https://aeroalbrook.com/fly/el-porvenir/ #2 - Frequently Asked Questions This section contains information that you may find useful. If you do not find the answer here, please do not hesitate to contact us. What documentation should I bring? Regardless of the country of origin, you must bring your passport with at least three months of validation. A tourist can be in Panama for 180 days. Panamanians and residents must carry the ID. What is the best time to travel? Panama is very close to Ecuador, enjoying a tropical climate, temperatures vary between 25-30º C. It has two seasons: The summer season, runs from mid-December to May (dry, sunny and windy), being the perfect time for sailing, windsurfing, etc. The spring season runs from May to December (rainy, with high humidity and calm seas), being the best time for diving and snorkelling. You can make your reservation at any time of the year, 365 days, 24 hours a year... What time difference is there? There are 7 hours difference with respect to Spain MORE INFORMATION FOR OTHER COUNTRIES What is the itinerary to follow? The itinerary depends on several factors, ie wind and weather conditions and sea conditions. We will try to make the best itinerary possible. Can you dive in San Blas? To date, diving in the Kunas archipelago is totally prohibited, this is because years ago, there were many poachers who fished with a scuba tank. What clothes should I take in my luggage? It is recommended not to bring a rigid suitcase, as well as not to bring too many clothes, it is hot and sometimes windy. Normally half of what is brought is used, we advise you to bring light luggage: shorts, t-shirts, sarongs, swimsuit, cap/hat, sun cream, polarized glasses, flip-flops, raincoat, wind clothing, mosquito repellent, your items hygiene kit and play towel, of course don't forget your camera. Bring just a few things in your bag, you don't need much in this paradise. Try to avoid bringing hard luggage because it will take up a lot of space in your cabin. You should not miss a swimsuit and comfortable clothes in the suitcase. Also bring long-sleeved shirts and pants both for when the temperatures drop at night and to protect yourself from the sun. Don't forget your beach sandals or a raincoat, since sporadic showers can fall between July and December. It is very important that you bring a cap, hat, scarf or clothing that protects you from the sun, and sunscreen. Mosquito repellent for when you are waiting for the water taxi at the port if you take the transfer by road or on the runway if you take a plane. Once on the catamaran, mosquitoes are rare. Snacks: All our dishes are made right there, in front of your eyes. Bring your own snacks, M&M's, chips. Ritz Crackers etc if you like. Extra alcohol, but remember that for safety reasons we do not allow drunk people on board. You don't need anything else on board. Electricity The current is 110 volts, it is convenient to be provided with flat pin plug adapters. Sunlight is very early, around 6:00 a.m. and it gets dark around 6:00 p.m. Currency The American Dollar is used, as well as the balboa, which is Panama's own currency, it is equivalent to the dollar and has been legal tender since 1904. 50 and 100 bills should be avoided. Is there mobile coverage in San Blas? In San Blas, the best company is Digicel, you can buy a card for little money and be able to connect. Are there ATMs in San Blas? You cannot withdraw money in San Blas, since there are no ATMs, if you want to make purchases, such as souvenirs, etc... you must do it in cash. It is advisable to bring $1, $5 and $20 bills, normally the Kunas do not have change, in case you want to buy something. What happens with the meals, if I am a vegetarian or allergic to any food? There is no problem, you simply have to specify it to us when you contact us and when you arrive on board, and we will take care of everything. Are payments made through the website secure? The reservation payment procedure is carried out by transferring 20% ​​of the total to our General Bank in Panama, at Wells Fargo in the USA. or through Paypal The rest is paid in cash upon arrival at the ship. #3 - What makes the San Blas Islands special? This is not the BVI, nor St Maarten or the Bahamas: no construction, hotels or mass tourism, no party scene and most importantly, no foreign interference of any kind make this little part of Panama the only true Caribbean destination left. . We want you to be a part of this ultimate Caribbean paradise, mix in and live naturally, take part in fantastic snorkeling experiences, visit all the islands and the interesting Kuna culture and indigenous customs. This is not the place for a boat party, excessive drinking and noise. If you are looking for a party, go to Bocas del Toro or the Pacific side. Alcohol not only has many physical effects that directly threaten safety and well-being in the water, drink too much and you will miss out on the best of San Blas and its people. #4 - What is the best itinerary to navigate the San Blas Islands? Enjoying the best itinerary depends on the number of days booked, the type of inbound and outbound transfer preferred, and guests' interests or preferences. Whatever the itinerary, our San Blas crewed catamaran charters are fully adaptable. More information about the itineraries of the San Blas islands here: http://www.catamaransuricata.com #5 - What is included in the price? The rates shown on our website are for the rental of all-inclusive catamarans and private sailboats. Prices include: - Captain and cook total of 2 crew members or 3 when necessary - Full board menu based on fresh lobster, crab, fish, meat, fruits, etc., also adaptable to vegetarians or any other dietary need. - Drinks (moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages) - Bed linen and bath towel. please bring your own beach towel. - Boat with outboard motor - Kayaks and paddle boards. The number and type of water toys depend on the selected catamaran. - Snorkeling and fishing equipment - Use of water for the shower. Prices do not include: - Transfers in and out: the price varies between air and road. - Entrance tax - Carbonated drinks and any dietary drinks - Items purchased by clients or any extra activity outside the catamaran

  • SOME FAMOUS ISLANDS OF THE SAN BLAS ARCHIPELAGO

    Chichime Take the opportunity to go to Chichime. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful islands in the archipelago. On these islands people still live according to the traditions, and it will not be possible to buy more than coconuts, crabs and giant lobsters. Afterwards, it will be possible to visit the surrounding villages. Finally, after thanking his crew, he will go to El Porvenir for the air transfer to Panama City. D1-Corazón de Jesús You will take a flight from Panama City to the San Blas archipelago. This plane flies over the entire archipelago and will offer you an impressive view of the islands and the reefs that border them. After settling on board your boat, you can take a ride in a kayuko (a large boat) in a kayuko (a large wooden boat typical of the indigenous people) or in a kayak, along a river in the middle of the jungle, which will allow you to closely admire the fauna of the region. East of the Dutch Keys The eastern Dutch Keys must be circled from the south, in an anti-clockwise direction to pass behind the coral barrier that will protect you from the waves of the width. These islands are known for their beautiful reefs, shoals of white sand, and shallow waters. San Blas Islands These islands are inhabited by a dozen Indian fishermen and their families. The program of this anchorage includes underwater fishing, kayaking, snorkeling and other water games, as well as long walks along the beaches and making traditional necklaces. Naguargand You can navigate to Naguargandup, crossing the Holland Channel. Another excellent place for trolling, as well as a magnificent anchorage among the coral islands. Sidra River & Kuanidup "Village Island", the beautiful Sidra River and Kuanidup are islands of white sand and crystalline waters that make them idyllic. In Kuanidup there are cabins worthy of 5-star hotels with the possibility of eating and tasting local specialties. The Sida River is inhabited by 500 indigenous people who continue to live there in a traditional way.

  • The weather in San Blas Panama

    It is very frequent that the weather forecasts are not accurate and that it is raining in the city in Panama City and yet in the San Blas region it is in full sun. That is because in San Blas there is a special microclimate. Weather and climate in San Blas Archipelago The San Blas Archipelago enjoys a tropical savannah climate (with dry winters) according to the Köppen-Geiger classification. The maximum temperature in the San Blas Archipelago is 28°C on average throughout the year (from 27°C in February to 29°C in September). It has rainfall of 2662mm throughout the year, with a minimum of 80mm in February and a maximum of 314mm in October. Between the months of January and May the weather is tolerable, but still fine. On average, in the morning it is 26°C and it rains in May about 285mm. Between June and July the weather is not good. On average, in the morning it is 26°C and it rains about 263mm every month. In August the weather is correct. For example 28°C is the maximum temperature in August and it rains about 293mm every month. From September to October the weather is unfavorable. At sunset the average temperature is 27°C and it rains about 314mm every month. From November to December the weather is passable, but still fine. At noon, it is 28°C on average and it rains in December about 220mm. Influx and tourist season in the San Blas Archipelago Influx and tourist season in the San Blas Archipelago Find out when the high tourist season is in San Blas Archipelago (and therefore, the period in which the number of tourists is greatest) and when the low tourist season is with our data and charts. Tourist seasons of the San Blas Archipelago Very low season in the San Blas Archipelago The months with the least number of tourists are March, May, June, September and October. Low season in the San Blas Archipelago The months with low influx of tourists are February, April, July and August. High season in the San Blas Archipelago The tourist influx in the San Blas Archipelago is high in January and November. Very high season in San Blas Archipelago The number of tourists in San Blas Archipelago is at its highest in December.

  • WHAT TO BRING IN THE SUITCASE?

    1. ID or Passport SUPER IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL Before arriving at the port of Carti, you will find the Control Point of the Region, where each traveler must show their personal identity documents, whether they are Panamanian, resident or foreigner. If you do not have an identification document, you will not be allowed access. 2. Cash In San Blas, there are no ATMs, nor are credit card payments accepted. For this reason, it is advisable to carry some cash in case you want to buy a souvenir or buy an extra product, 3. Sunscreen You cannot leave it out in any way, most of your stay you will be enjoying wonderful beaches with crystal clear waters, and this implies a lot of exposure to the sun's rays! Take sunscreen with you to avoid or reduce burns. 4. Insect repellent "Just in case" Let's remember that our visits to the San Blas islands are completely natural, this means that depending on the season in which you decide to go, you will find mosquitoes, take your repellent with you and get rid of them. bites. 5. Snacks You are allowed to bring all kinds of food as a snack between meals. 6. Cooler with Soft Drinks Without a doubt the sun will make you thirsty during the outward trip to the San Blas islands, bring your small cooler with your favorite drinks and snacks, the boats will offer you drinks such as water, sodas, beers and maybe something of rum. 7. Snorkeling equipment Do not miss the experience of seeing the great coral reefs and marine life that you will find only in San Blas, it is one of the favorite activities of our visitors.\Although all the boats usually bring, due to Covid19 it is recommended bring your own. 8. Flashlight Light is obtained by solar panels in most of the boats in San Blas, so it is necessary to save energy, so it is advisable to have your own flashlight. 9. Waterproof Envelope During our tour, it is likely that the water will splash or rain during the transport by boat from the port of Carti to the sailboat or catamaran, so it is recommended that you bring a waterproof envelope where you can place the items that you do not want to get wet. 10. Small hand luggage Do not get complicated with large and heavy suitcases that are difficult to transport, take what is necessary for your stay.

  • All about how to get to the San Blas Islands

    Transfer to the San Blas Islands By car What you need to know to go from Panama City to the San Blas Islands on your own. San Blas by car Can I go to San Blas with my car? Option 1) You can make the transfer from Panama City to San Blas on your own. If you have a car and this is a 4X4, because otherwise you will be denied access to the region, you can make the transfer to Carti on your own, it is simple and you cannot get lost because there is only 1 road. In the territory, only 4×4s are authorized, because there is only one road for the entire territory and it is not acceptable for a vehicle not adapted to the terrain to be blocked due to being stuck. You must book your water taxi in advance, the departure time is at 8 am. If you arrive unexpectedly, even on time, you may not have a seat on board and will have to wait for the next rotation of water taxis to get to your vessel. The price varies according to the distance at which the boat is located. Price of the transfer from Panama City to the boat going on your own: You will have to show your passport at customs and you will be asked to pay $20 per person entrance tax (Guna Yala is an autonomous province of Panama) and you will also pay $2 parking tax per person at Carti totaling $22 per person. The water taxi from Carti to San Blas will cost you between $40 and $60 per person roundtrip depending on how far you have to travel. Transfer organized from Panama City to San Blas Taxi 4X4 and Water Taxi Option 2) by a transport company This is the easiest and safest way. We can not only recommend if not organize everything with a dedicated company for transfers from Panama City to San Blas and back, because they have been reliable with transfers from Panama City to our ships for many years We can give you your contact. The 4X4 Taxi that makes the transfer from Panama City to the San Blas Islands picks up travelers at their hotel in Panama City, the 4×4 Taxi must also go through several other hotels to pick up the 6 passengers. You will be picked up from your hotel between 5:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. m. and 6:00 a.m. m. It takes from 3h to 3h30 from Panama City to reach the port of Cartí. There is a customs post at the entrance to the region. You will be required to pay a $20 per person entrance fee and also pay a $2 per person parking fee for a total of $22 per person. Arrive at the port of Carti, a small motor boat will be waiting for you to transfer you to your boat. Return 2 time options: 1) In the morning at 7.30 am after breakfast. You will arrive in Carti around 8:00 am. m. to 8:15 a.m. m. A 4×4 taxi will drop you off in Panama City around 11:30 a.m. m.2) In the afternoon, the water taxi will pick you up around 3:00 p.m. m. on your boat and you will arrive in Panama City around 7:30 p.m. m. Price of the transfer from Panama City to San Blas: 4×4 TAXI from Panama City + water taxi from Carti to San-Blas: $130 per person (round trip) depending on the distance you need to travel. Options 3) the plane The other solution to get to San Blas is the private plane, the flights that depart from the Albrook airport in Panama City, to Corazón de Jesús take only 30 minutes and offer travel comfort. It goes without saying that the financial cost of a private plane or helicopter flight is significant. But depending on the date and the size of the group the prices are very different. We can help you plan your flight to Corazón de Jesús. To go from Panama City to the San Blas Islands with a 4×4 taxi and water taxi What you should know before doing the Transfer from Panama City to the San Blas Islands with a 4×4 taxi and water taxi Regarding transportation, it is recommended to have a small bag or bag with your papers inside and your money and to have your separate suitcase next to it. It is convenient to take a waterproof suitcase or wrap it previously in film. waterproof (food film type) or a large garbage bag at the last minute because spray on the water taxi is unavoidable. It is also important depending on the sea, so as not to get soaked on the boat to bring a k.way. As for sea sports. For the conservation of corals, certain practices are prohibited, such as kitesurfing, surfing or harpoons. Do not take a surfboard with you, because customs will not let it pass the border. Please note that the boats are often equipped with a kayak or paddle board for entertainment. Last comment, do not forget that in San Blas there is no bank or ATM, and your credit card will be almost useless. So bring cash to buy souvenirs, go to bars or enjoy a piece of Kuna art.

  • Get to know San Blas "Guna Yala" on a sailboat

    The best catamarans to discover the San Blas islands. We prepare our Catamarans with a lot of love and dedication, so that your experience on board is wonderful and unforgettable in the San Blás Archipelago! The best meals in San Blas are on board your Catamaran The extraordinary cuisine on board our catamarans in San Blas is undoubtedly one of the highlights of your vacation, our Chefs prepare incredible dishes with super fresh delicacies from the Caribbean Sea. All inclusive catamaran service In our service is all included! There are no surprises! We offer Catamarans and Sailboats: The 3 meals, drinks, excellent drinks, fuel, water, chef, captain and the best vibes in the place! How are the boats, the crew and the values? Our fleet of catamarans in San Blás is made up of boats that have been extremely cared for and lovingly maintained, but we are aware that a good stay depends much more on the human factor than on the age of the boat, so we know each member personally , to each captain, to each chef, our crew is made up of incredible people, who make your vacation even more enjoyable and very enriching. Come on board and be amazed! Most of our boats offer private service, just for your group or family, which will give you greater privacy and total autonomy in the itinerary. We also have catamarans with shared service, where you will have a cabin and a private bathroom, but the boat and the itinerary they are shared with other guests. Type of catamaran catamaran or sailboat Private or shared in a private cabin Both options Catamaran sailboats Actividades Acuáticas en San Blás Puedes aprender a navegar en catamarán, hacer snorkel en los increíbles corales de las Islas San Blás, remar en SUP o kayak, pescar con caña o arpón, jugar voleibol de playa, navegar al atardecer o simplemente relajarte, descansar y disfrutar. del paraíso.. ¿Te gusta descubrir nuevas culturas? ¡Aquí en Kuna Yala puedes hacerlo! Una de las cosas más increíbles de este paraíso es su gente, su humildad, sabiduría y sencillez con la que viven. Conocer Kuna Yala (San Blás) es como viajar por la historia. Tu itinerario en las islas de San Blas se hará junto con tu capitán y de acuerdo a tus deseos. Conocemos los mejores y más paradisíacos lugares de San Blas, islas desiertas y arrecifes de corales solo accesibles para veleros y catamaranes. Siempre recomendamos un viaje de 7 días, es el tiempo ideal para conocer y disfrutar San Blas de la mejor manera. En una semana navegaremos por los paradisíacos Cayos Holandeses, por Coco Banderos,la isla de La Casa de Papel , Isla de Las Estrellas , isla del Naufragio, más de 20 islas lindas así como también las increíbles arrecifes de corales con sus jardines de corales que jamás hayas visto. Si no tienes tanto tiempo, ven y haz un viaje más corto. ¡Prepárate para lo mejor! ¿No quieres preocuparte por cómo llegar allí? ¡Este también es nuestro trabajo! Ya sea por transporte aéreo o terrestre, ¡lo organizamos todo por ti! ¡Relájate, vendrás de vacaciones a San Blas, tu única preocupación será disfrutar del Paraíso! tours

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