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Parrot feathers at Bocas del Toro near Isla Colon, Panama
Woman of the native Embera tribe in the village of Embera, Panama
Red Frog Beach on Bastimentos Island near Bocas del Toro, Panama
Parrot feathers at Bocas del Toro near Isla Colon, Panama

Luxury Panama Tours

Dazzling islands to highlands, rain forest weaving through a pulsing capital (with the birdlife to prove it), and indigenous peoples governing areas freely—these are some of the many reasons to visit Panama beyond the masterfully engineered waterway that makes the country famous. We’ve always been enamored with the culture of Panama City—its salsa music for one, that constant backbeat to the old cosmopolitan rhythm that mingles with the edgier side of the metropolis. But there’s also rapid change to note, like Central America’s first subway system, the Panama Canal’s expansion, and the loving preservation of fortified Casco Viejo. Choose to dive and windsurf along the coral reefs of Bocas del Toro, track birdlife through coastal mangroves or the treetops of the interior, or kayak along that storied canal on our expertly-crafted luxury Panama tours.

  • Darién National Park spans the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean with rocky coastline, far-reaching swampland, and sandy beaches.
  • Windsurf, bike, or dive along Bocas del Toro, one of the healthiest coral reefs in the Caribbean.
  • Explore the Panama Canal by kayak, keeping watch for spider monkeys along the shore.
  • Meet the Guna people of the San Blas archipelago, known for their intricate embroidery called molas.
  • Hike Pacific mangroves in search of the endangered harpy eagle in its tropical rain-forest refuge, Alto Charges.

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Panama Highlights

Cargo ship entering Gatun Locks of the Panama Canal, Panama
PANAMA CANAL
Maritime History in Action

Cutting 8,000 nautical miles from the journey between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the completion of the canal in 1914 was a monumental achievement and remains a thrill to see in action.

Photographer wading in creek at Parque Nacional de Amistad, Panama
BOQUETE
On the Slopes of the Baru Volcano

Thread your way through the Chiriquí highlands in search of quetzales, trogons, and other splendid tropical birds. Charming historic inns make comfortable base for exploring the area.

Star Beach in Bocas del Toro, Panama
BOCAS DEL TORO
Caribbean Archipelago Adventure

Teeming reefs and mysterious wrecks are just below the surface, waiting to be explored by curious snorkelers and divers.

Kuna women sitting inside local house, San Blas Islands, Panama.
SAN BLAS ISLANDS
Kuna People and Coral Cays

Slice through tourmaline water on a chartered yacht, exploring idyllic islets ringed with white sand and crowned by palm trees. Visit with the Kuna people, known for their elaborate embroidered textiles called molas.

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