Monkey Island and Indian Village
Duration: 7 hours | Half-Day option available
See Panama In All Its Glory
This tour is a great way to get out of the city and enjoy the natural wildlife and people of this enchanting country. After a no-hassle pickup from your hotel, we head out to the Soberania National park, a nice 45 minute journey inland from Panama City.
Once we’ve arrived, you’ll hop into a boat and head up an often unexplored part of the Panama Canal, where the you’ll witness the amazing wildlife Panama has to offer. We’ll spend an hour cruising between the islands in search of the area’s famous howler monkeys, capuchin monkeys, and the Geoffrey’s Tamarin. You’ll also have the opportunity to discover the natural bird life and reptilian life that the canal beholds.
Once we’ve fully experience the area’s wildlife, we’ll head back onto the canal waterway and up an estuary where you’ll get to visit an Indigenous village located in the heart of the Soberania National park. The San Antonio Wou Naan will explain their history, way of living, culture, and showcase artisanal goods from the middle of their community, under a thatch ranch.
You’ll be given the opportunity to buy the artisanal goods on offer before we head on an enchanting jungle hike, where the locals will explain how to live and survive on the jungle by using the plants around. Once we have finished with the hike we will take another boat ride before heading back to Panama City. On the way, we will stop at a town square with various types of food and offerings.