JEWELS OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN & PANAMA CANAL

Discovery

4 days / 3 nights

TOUR DESCRIPTION THE EXPERIENCE, the encounter.
A journey on the DISCOVERY is a feast of intense, sensory experiences: the aroma of remote places, the texture of unknown things, the multicolor tapestry of nature, the accent of unheard languages, and the exquisite flavor of what has never before been tasted; that is the incomparable feeling of penetrating the secrets of other worlds, other lives. That proximity is life, it is beginning and end.

The yearning for that closeness is the virtue and spirit of the true traveler and it is the reason for the Jewels of the Pacific Ocean and the Panama Canal. That communion of body and spirit is only possible within the intimate realm of a compact craft, designed to cover the narrowest marine routes that take us to pristine lands.

A crew of ten has been carefully selected and trained to ensure a perfect journey for the 24 exclusive passengers of the Discovery. Inside the cozy, spacious 12 cabins and lounges, the magic of night melts imperceptibly with the fabulous sunrises at amazing places that offer their purest charms at dawn ready for a day of excursion. From its decks, everything looks close, vivid, amazing, moving and…simply unforgettable!


PRICE US$1,765.00 per person + 7 % tax (DBL occupancy), SGL Supplement: US$1,765.00 + 7% tax

DEPARTURE DATE 
December 27-30, 2018 2 CABINS LEFT!!! (CONTACT US ALSO FOR A SPECIAL NYE CRUISE DEC 31-JAN 5, 2019)


INCLUDED Accommodation on board of the M/V Discovery, meals as specified in the itinerary (B - breakfast, L - lunch, D - dinner), all beverages (non-alcoholic and alcoholic), transportation and shore excursions, use of equipment (kayaks, zodiaks and snorkeling equipment),private group guides' services and expenses, park, museum and related entrance fees, port fees

NOT INCLUDED International airfare, hotel accommodation in Panama City, meals not specified in the itinerary, personal equipment and gear (binoculars), gratuities for crew on board and Naturalist guide, extras, souvenirs

AZUERO: OUR PEOPLE AND CULTURE



4 days / 3 nights

TOUR DESCRIPTION Experience the local people and traditions of the Azuero Península and discover the manufacturing process of the traditional products of the Herrera Province: sugarcane, salt, clay and bread, visit the local workshops where the colorful devil masks and music drums are produced, meet the local seamstresses who make the Pollera, the typical dress of the Panamanian women, and enjoy a nature experience in the Herrera Highlands which hosts an interesting pre-Columbian history, pretroglyps, horseback ride, beautiful trails and a river to swim in.

PRICE 
4+ persons: US$760 per person plus 7% tax (DBL occupancy)
2-3 persons:
US$950 per person plus 7% tax (DBL occupancy)
Additional price for single occupancy: US$220 + 7% tax
Children between 6-11 years (sharing a room with the parents): US$500 plus 7% tax

INCLUDED 3-night hotel accommodation, airport transfers, domestic flights, meals as specified in the itinerary (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch), shared transfers, local bilingual guide services and expenses, park and related entrance fees

NOT INCLUDED International airfare, Panama City hotel, meals not specified in the itinerary, alcoholic beverages, personal equipment, gratuities and extras in hotels

DISCLAIMER Prices and itineraries are correct at the time of printing, however they are subject to change due to tidal/weather or local conditions, availabilities or factors beyond our control. In case you would like to add some nights at the beach or highlands before or after the trip (Playa Venao, Pedasí, Chiriqui, Playa Blanca) just let us know!

MOUNT TOTUMAS CLOUD FOREST

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4 days / 3 nights

TOUR DESCRIPTION Off the beaten track, connecting with nature and away from civilzation – escape to one of the highest and most remote points of the Chiriqui province with yet comfortable accommodations and guaranteed solitude along with stunning views, hikes, trekking, birdwatching, flora and fauna waiting for you.

PRICE US$1,350 per person plus 7% tax (double occupancy) – based on 2+ persons
**additional cost for a bilingual Naturalist guide: US$200 per guide plus 7% tax (per day)

INCLUDED Airport transfers in Panama City & David, domestic flights from/to David, bilingual Naturalist Guide (Day 1+4), lodge accommodation with private bathroom, Wifi Internet and hot shower, full Board (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

NOT INCLUDED Hotel in Panama City, guided tours on Day 2+3, meals not specified in the itinerary, alcoholic beverages, personal equipment, gratuities

DISCLAIMER Prices and itineraries are correct at the time of printing, however they are subject to change due to tidal/weather or local conditions, availabilities or factors beyond our control.



PANAMA´S FOLKLORE AND ITS PACIFIC OCEAN

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5 days / 4 nights

TOUR DESCRIPTION Enjoy a cultural journey to the Azuero Península, located the province of Los Santos and also known as the heart of where Panamanian folklore and the national Pollera dress have its origin. Learn about the cultural and natural wonders of the area before you continue further South to the Pacific shore of the Azuero Península. Besides numerous beaches, some of them world-known for top-class surfing, the area is ideal for fishing, snorkeling, whale watching, sea turtles, and horseback riding.

PRICE 
4+ persons: US$1,125 per person plus 7% tax (DBL occupancy)
2-3 persons:
US$1,490 per person plus 7% tax (DBL occupancy)
Additional price for single occupancy: US$310 + 7% tax
Children between 6-12 years (sharing a room with the parents): US$500 plus 7% tax

INCLUDED 4-night hotel accommodation, meals as specified in the itinerary (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch), land and domestic air transportation, local bilingual guide services and expenses, park and related entrance fees

NOT INCLUDED International airfare, Panama City hotel, meals not specified in the itinerary, alcoholic beverages, personal equipment, gratuities and extras in hotels, optional tours (see under DETAILS)

DISCLAIMER Prices and itineraries are correct at the time of printing, however they are subject to change due to tidal/weather or local conditions, availabilities or factors beyond our control. The itinerary is scheduled to start on a Saturday and end on a Wednesday due to the domestic flight from Pedasi to Panama City on the return day.

THE PATH BETWEEN THE SEAS

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4 days / 3 nights

TOUR DESCRIPTION This short adventure covers the highlights of the Panama Canal in 4 days from Thursday to Sunday. Starting your daily excursions from the Country Inn & Suites Amador, located right at the entrance of the Panama Canal with amazing views to the America´s Bridge, you will visit the Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Ancon Hill with look out platforms over the Bay area, Panama Canal port on the Pacific and the city skyline, the Panama Canal Expansion site on the new Gatun Visitor Center near Colon, take on a 1-hour ride on the historical Panama Railway along the Panama Canal from Colon to Panama City, and experience the Panama Canal´s operation by yourself on the Partial Panama Canal Transit that takes you on a 250 passenger cruise through 2 of the 3 lock sets. The biggest wonders of the Panama Canal in only a few days, this is the way to go!

PRICE US$835 per person + 7% tax (double occupancy) for 4+ persons; US$1,035 per person + 7% tax (double occupancy) for 2-3 persons - Additional price for single occupancy: US$240 + 7% tax. Consult us for additional nights.

INCLUDED Lodging, meals as specified in the itinerary (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch), all land, air and water transportation within Panama, all airport/hotel transfers on scheduled arrival and departure dates, local guides´services and expenses, park and related entrance fees, services of an in-bound land operator for airline re-confirmations and tour operations.

NOT INCLUDED International airfare, meals not specified in the itinerary, alcoholic beverages, personal equipment, gratuities and extras in hotels.

DISCLAIMER Prices and itineraries are correct at the time of printing, however they are subject to change due to tidal/weather or local conditions, availabilities or factors beyond our control. Itinerary runs on frequent departure dates from Thursday-Sunday in order to be able to include all the services indicated in the description.