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Trip Extensions

San Blas

Duration: 3 days

Add the San Blas Islands for 2 nights!  Located along the northeastern coast of Panama, in the Caribbean Sea, the San Blas are home to the Guna Indians who have been granted regional autonomy. Learn about Guna traditions, relax on the beach, snorkel... read more

Panama Canal Transit

Duration: 1 days

Passengers aboard a ship crossing the Panama Canal will have the opportunity to see one of the modern wonders of the world in operation.

Anticipated itinerary; actual route may vary.

Day 1: plant yourself in panama

Your family's adventure in Panama begins today! A representative will meet you on arrival at Tocumen International Airport and transfer you to the Gamboa Rainforest Resort on the shores of the Panama Canal. In the evening, enjoy a welcome briefing with your naturalist guide and rest up for tomorrow's activities.

Lodging
Gamboa Rainforest Resort

Day 2: panama canal jungle boat adventure

Today you will be picked up at the hotel by your naturalist guide and transferred to the Panama Canal marina, where you'll board a specially equipped expedition boat. Your voyage takes you across the Panama Canal, passing by gigantic cargo ships that contrast sharply with the natural surroundings. Along the way you will have the opportunity to spot sloths and green iguanas resting on tree branches, ospreys, snail kites, toucans, and other bird species. You'll be close enough to Gatun Lake's rainforest-covered islands that you can search for white-faced capuchins, howler monkeys, spider monkeys, and the endemic red-napped tamarin from the comfort of the expedition boat. Enjoy a picnic lunch on one of the islands, taking in the extraordinary views of the Panama Canal and the lush natural surroundings as you dine. In the early afternoon you'll be transferred back to Gamboa, where the rest of the day is free to spend at your leisure.

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging
Gamboa Rainforest Resort

Day 3: chagres river/embera indian village

Drive to El Corotu this morning, a port located on the shores of Madden Lake. The main reservoir of drinking water for the cities of Panama and Colon, Madden Lake also supplies 40% of the water required for the operation of the Panama Canal. Here you’ll board a motorized "piragua" (dugout canoe) and travel up the Chagres River to the indigenous village of Embera Drua. The boat journey will take you through the rain forest of the 320,000-acre Chagres National Park, the largest of the national parks protecting the Panama Canal Watershed. You may be able to spot some little blue and green herons along the river, as well as great egrets, anhingas, neotropical cormorants, ringed and green kingfishers, keel-billed toucans, and ospreys flying above. At the Embera village, your arrival will be greeted with dancing and music. You'll learn about Embera customs and their relationship with nature. There will be handicrafts available for sale, and you will have a chance to be painted with the traditional “jagua,” a natural dye that the Embera use to adorn their bodies. After lunch, visit the nearby waterfall, where you can take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of the Chagres River before heading back to the hotel in Gamboa.

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch
Lodging
Gamboa Rainforest Resort

Day 4: summit park/miraflores locks/chiriqui

This morning you will start off with an adventurous kayaking excursion on the Chagres River and the edge of the Panama Canal where you might be able to spot some large cargo ships passing by. Afterwards, enjoy a relaxing and quiet rainforest nature walk on La Chunga Trail that leads you to the beautiful shore of the Chagres River. Being packed and ready to continue your journey after your rainforest stay at Gamboa, you will eat lunch at a local restaurant and then continue to the Miraflores Locks one of the three sets of concrete water elevators that move boats through the Panama Canal. The locks are true marvels of engineering, lifting ships 85 feet above sea level at Gatun Lake and lowering them back down when they reach the other side of the isthmus. The canal still essentially works the same way it did in 1914, when the SS Ancon Steamer became the first ship to transit the Panama Canal. This afternoon your family will catch a flight from Albrook domestic airport to David, the capital of the Chiriqui province. Chiriqui is home to some of Central America's most breathtaking scenery, which has earned it the nickname "Panama's Breadbasket." Later, you will be transferred by van to Boquete, located on the eastern side of Panama's dormant Baru Volcano. This quaint town is surrounded by a rolling countryside dotted with flowers, fruit and vegetable farms, coffee plantations, and extraordinary cloud forests.

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging
Finca Lerida Lodge

Day 5: canopy tree trek or river floating tour

This morning enjoy a canopy tree trek on a zip line that that allows you to contemplate the rainforest from fourteen different canopy platforms while smoothly soaring in the heights of the cloud forest from one treetop to another. You will glide through the trees and encounter a world unknown. You will discover a fascinating perspective of wildlife that you had never appreciated. Native species of flora and fauna can be observed. You will marvel at the sight of a great variety of orchids, trees and wildflowers that are found throughout the area. (Optional tour: river floating down the Chiriqui River. This optional tour has an additional cost and must be arranged in advance.)

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging
Finca Lerida Lodge

Day 6: chiriqui highlands/bocas del toro

Pack up and head out on a four-hour drive from the cloudforests of David to the coral reefs of Bocas del Toro. The vehicle will make several stops for you to stretch your legs and enjoy the scenery. On arrival at the coastal city of Almirante you'll go aboard a boat and transfer to Colon Island, your home for the next two nights. This afternoon you'll visit Swan's Cay (weather permitting), a rock protruding from the Caribbean Sea that serves as a rookery for red-billed tropic birds and brown boobies. Spend the rest of the day traveling along the coastline, snorkeling in the coral reefs and mangrove isles. You'll also stop at the beach at Boca del Drago, where your family can search for vibrant, colorful starfish together.

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging
Bocas Inn

Day 7: salt creek village/bastimentos park

Contine your adventure today with a morning boat ride to Bastimentos National Park, Panama’s first marine national park. The journey will take your boat through clusters of red mangroves, tropical shrubs that provide sea creatures with a protective home during their fragile reproductive and developmental stages. Upon reaching the park you'll take a walk on Caiman Trail through several stages of lowland forest dynamics. Look for birds such as the red-throated ant tanager and golden-collared manakin, as well as mammals like night monkeys, white-faced capuchins, and three-toed sloths. The older tract of the rainforest has tall trees that give life to birds like the three-wattled bellbird and the green-breasted mango, while spectacled caiman and slider turtles live in the nearby lagoons. You may even see the tiny endemic poison dart frog, Dendrobates Pumilio, hopping near the trail during your walk. After the hike, enjoy a visit to the Ngobe Bugle indigenous community, where you can purchase handicrafts such as painted woodcarvings and handbags. Enjoy lunch, then spend the afternoon looking for brightly colored sea fans, sponges, and brittle starfish at Red Frog Beach. You may also want to go snorkeling again, searching for numerous species of fish amongst the coral reefs and mangroves.

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging
Bocas Inn

Day 8: panama city

Fly back to Panama City this morning. Your family will visit the ruins of Old Panama and Casco Antiguo, then sample the city's cuisine at a local restaurant for lunch. In the afternoon you'll visit the Smithsonian Marine Exhibition at Culebra Point and the International Handcraft Market, where crafts from Panama and other Central American countries are available to buy. Spend your final evening in Panama enjoying a farewell dinner at your hotel.

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging
Marriott Panama

Day 9: panama/onward

You will be picked up at the hotel this morning and transferred to Tocumen International Airport for your flight home.

Meals
Breakfast

Price and Date Details

Land Cost:
$1,890
- $3,450
$3450 adult $1,890 children 11 and under; Child rates based on 2 full paying adults;
Single Supplement:
$820
The single supplement is applicable if a roommate is not available or if single accommodation is specifically requested. While single accommodation is not available on all trips, we will try and honor this request whenever possible.
Privately on Request

Need to Know

Duration:
9 days
The number of days, or duration, in a destination corresponds with the itinerary as published. This is the time period covered by the land cost.
Comfort Level:
●●○○○
(see full descriptions)
Activity Level:
●○○○○
(see full descriptions)
Group Size:
4-20
The stated range indicates minimum required for guaranteed departure and maximum accepted on the scheduled dates. Exceptions can often be made for private departures.
Terms & Conditions: 

Standard

Below is a summary of our complete Trip Terms & Conditions, which explains each of the items below in more detail. 

Expenses covered

Normally, our stated land costs include the cost of all guides, leaders, permits obtained after arrival, lodging accommodations, food and entry fees as specified, and all surface transportation associated with the planned itinerary. We do our best to avoid increasing prices after receipt of your deposit, but, rarely, factors beyond our control might require us to change our prices without prior notice, even after you have signed up. 

Expenses not covered

Costs not included in the price may include: meals not indicated as included in itineraries; meals prior to arrival in starting cities; transfers, if not arriving or departing on the scheduled group flights; soft drinks, bottled water, and alcoholic beverages; medical expenses, costs of hospitalization, or evacuation from remote areas; laundry; airport departure taxes not included on your airline ticket; accommodations en route to starting cities; visas; airfares; gratuities; and insurance. 

Pricing and Payment

For most group departures, the booking deposit is $500 per person per trip, though for some trips it may be more, as noted in the trip description. The minimum booking deposit requirement for custom trips is $800 per person, and this deposit is non-refundable. A trip-planning fee of $250 per itinerary is also charged to cover costs of preparing itinerary proposals for custom trips. This fee is credited to the cost of the trip, but is nonrefundable if you do not take the trip. Custom travel during holiday seasons may require a deposit prior to trip confirmation.

For both group departures and custom trips, a second deposit of $1,000 per person is due 120 days prior to departure or at the time of booking for reservations made fewer than 120 days before departure. The balance as shown on your invoice is due 60 days prior to departure regardless of whether extensions or other arrangements are pending. Late payments may jeopardize confirmation of your itinerary and in some cases may result in additional fees. If we have not received final payment 30 days prior to departure your reservation may be canceled and subject to our Cancellation & Refund Policy stated in the complete Trip Terms & Conditions.

We accept payments by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or check drawn on a U.S. bank account. Payment for airfare is required at the time of ticketing. Discounts that may be available for some trips are not available toward bookings made through travel agencies.​

Airfare

We can help you secure air travel arrangements to correspond with land travel booked through Journeys International. We work with an airfare consolidator to assist in booking the flights that suit your needs. If you decide to make your own flight arrangements, you must provide Journeys International with a complete copy of your itinerary showing departure and arrival flights and times. You should plan to arrange your own air travel if you are using mileage credit or originating outside North America, but please be in touch with our office before you finalize ticketing so that we can help you to coordinate the correct arrival and departure dates and times.

Insurance

When you make your application, we strongly recommend the purchase of comprehensive travel insurance in case of emergency situations. Please contact us for a recommended policy.

Itinerary Change Fee

There will be a $40 fee for changes once an itinerary has been confirmed and approved. Additional cancellation penalties or change fees may apply as per our terms and conditions. The passenger is responsible for such fees.

From the Bird's Word Blog

A Kid's-Eye View: My 7 Favorite Things To Do in Panama

I'm Sylvia, age 9, and for spring break this year I went to Panama. Here are some pictures I took, and these are my favorite things I did there:

Meet the Embera Indians
Meet the Embera Indians
Take lots of time for swimming!
Take lots of time for swimming!

Pure Panama Adventure for Families

Up-close and hands-on at the Panama Canal, in the highlands, and on the coast
Meet the Embera Indians

overview

There is no other place in the world that offers the wonders you'll find in Panama. This unique country, which bridges two continents and links two oceans with its canal, is yours to explore on this nine-day family trip. Panama's plant, animal, and cultural diversity will come alive as you traverse the country's waterways, hike into lush cloud forests, snorkel in coral reefs, and visit indigenous villages. Your family will also look for wildlife in national parks, visit a working coffee plantation, and tour Panama city, all while enjoying superior naturalist tour guides and comfortable accommodations. The treasures you find here are North and South American, Latin and native, high tech and primitive, terrestrial and marine, cosmopolitan and WILD.

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overview

There is no other place in the world that offers the wonders you'll find in Panama. This unique country, which bridges two continents and links two oceans with its canal, is yours to explore on this nine-day family trip. Panama's plant, animal, and cultural diversity will come alive as you traverse the country's waterways, hike into lush cloud forests, snorkel in coral reefs, and visit indigenous villages. Your family will also look for wildlife in national parks, visit a working coffee plantation, and tour Panama city, all while enjoying superior naturalist tour guides and comfortable accommodations. The treasures you find here are North and South American, Latin and native, high tech and primitive, terrestrial and marine, cosmopolitan and WILD.

Continue to detailed itinerary...

itinerary

Anticipated itinerary; actual route may vary.
  • Day 1: plant yourself in panama

    Your family's adventure in Panama begins today! A representative will meet you on arrival at Tocumen International Airport and transfer you to the Gamboa Rainforest Resort on the shores of the Panama Canal. In the evening, enjoy a welcome briefing with your naturalist guide and rest up for tomorrow's activities.

    Lodging
    Gamboa Rainforest Resort
    Show on a map
  • Day 2: panama canal jungle boat adventure

    Today you will be picked up at the hotel by your naturalist guide and transferred to the Panama Canal marina, where you'll board a specially equipped expedition boat. Your voyage takes you across the Panama Canal, passing by gigantic cargo ships that contrast sharply with the natural surroundings. Along the way you will have the opportunity to spot sloths and green iguanas resting on tree branches, ospreys, snail kites, toucans, and other bird species. You'll be close enough to Gatun Lake's rainforest-covered islands that you can search for white-faced capuchins, howler monkeys, spider monkeys, and the endemic red-napped tamarin from the comfort of the expedition boat. Enjoy a picnic lunch on one of the islands, taking in the extraordinary views of the Panama Canal and the lush natural surroundings as you dine. In the early afternoon you'll be transferred back to Gamboa, where the rest of the day is free to spend at your leisure.

    Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Lodging
    Gamboa Rainforest Resort
    Show on a map
  • Day 3: chagres river/embera indian village

    Drive to El Corotu this morning, a port located on the shores of Madden Lake. The main reservoir of drinking water for the cities of Panama and Colon, Madden Lake also supplies 40% of the water required for the operation of the Panama Canal. Here you’ll board a motorized "piragua" (dugout canoe) and travel up the Chagres River to the indigenous village of Embera Drua. The boat journey will take you through the rain forest of the 320,000-acre Chagres National Park, the largest of the national parks protecting the Panama Canal Watershed. You may be able to spot some little blue and green herons along the river, as well as great egrets, anhingas, neotropical cormorants, ringed and green kingfishers, keel-billed toucans, and ospreys flying above. At the Embera village, your arrival will be greeted with dancing and music. You'll learn about Embera customs and their relationship with nature. There will be handicrafts available for sale, and you will have a chance to be painted with the traditional “jagua,” a natural dye that the Embera use to adorn their bodies. After lunch, visit the nearby waterfall, where you can take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of the Chagres River before heading back to the hotel in Gamboa.

    Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch
    Lodging
    Gamboa Rainforest Resort
    Show on a map
  • Day 4: summit park/miraflores locks/chiriqui

    This morning you will start off with an adventurous kayaking excursion on the Chagres River and the edge of the Panama Canal where you might be able to spot some large cargo ships passing by. Afterwards, enjoy a relaxing and quiet rainforest nature walk on La Chunga Trail that leads you to the beautiful shore of the Chagres River. Being packed and ready to continue your journey after your rainforest stay at Gamboa, you will eat lunch at a local restaurant and then continue to the Miraflores Locks one of the three sets of concrete water elevators that move boats through the Panama Canal. The locks are true marvels of engineering, lifting ships 85 feet above sea level at Gatun Lake and lowering them back down when they reach the other side of the isthmus. The canal still essentially works the same way it did in 1914, when the SS Ancon Steamer became the first ship to transit the Panama Canal. This afternoon your family will catch a flight from Albrook domestic airport to David, the capital of the Chiriqui province. Chiriqui is home to some of Central America's most breathtaking scenery, which has earned it the nickname "Panama's Breadbasket." Later, you will be transferred by van to Boquete, located on the eastern side of Panama's dormant Baru Volcano. This quaint town is surrounded by a rolling countryside dotted with flowers, fruit and vegetable farms, coffee plantations, and extraordinary cloud forests.

    Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Lodging
    Finca Lerida Lodge
    Show on a map
  • Day 5: canopy tree trek or river floating tour

    This morning enjoy a canopy tree trek on a zip line that that allows you to contemplate the rainforest from fourteen different canopy platforms while smoothly soaring in the heights of the cloud forest from one treetop to another. You will glide through the trees and encounter a world unknown. You will discover a fascinating perspective of wildlife that you had never appreciated. Native species of flora and fauna can be observed. You will marvel at the sight of a great variety of orchids, trees and wildflowers that are found throughout the area. (Optional tour: river floating down the Chiriqui River. This optional tour has an additional cost and must be arranged in advance.)

    Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Lodging
    Finca Lerida Lodge
    Show on a map
  • Day 6: chiriqui highlands/bocas del toro

    Pack up and head out on a four-hour drive from the cloudforests of David to the coral reefs of Bocas del Toro. The vehicle will make several stops for you to stretch your legs and enjoy the scenery. On arrival at the coastal city of Almirante you'll go aboard a boat and transfer to Colon Island, your home for the next two nights. This afternoon you'll visit Swan's Cay (weather permitting), a rock protruding from the Caribbean Sea that serves as a rookery for red-billed tropic birds and brown boobies. Spend the rest of the day traveling along the coastline, snorkeling in the coral reefs and mangrove isles. You'll also stop at the beach at Boca del Drago, where your family can search for vibrant, colorful starfish together.

    Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Lodging
    Bocas Inn
    Show on a map
  • Day 7: salt creek village/bastimentos park

    Contine your adventure today with a morning boat ride to Bastimentos National Park, Panama’s first marine national park. The journey will take your boat through clusters of red mangroves, tropical shrubs that provide sea creatures with a protective home during their fragile reproductive and developmental stages. Upon reaching the park you'll take a walk on Caiman Trail through several stages of lowland forest dynamics. Look for birds such as the red-throated ant tanager and golden-collared manakin, as well as mammals like night monkeys, white-faced capuchins, and three-toed sloths. The older tract of the rainforest has tall trees that give life to birds like the three-wattled bellbird and the green-breasted mango, while spectacled caiman and slider turtles live in the nearby lagoons. You may even see the tiny endemic poison dart frog, Dendrobates Pumilio, hopping near the trail during your walk. After the hike, enjoy a visit to the Ngobe Bugle indigenous community, where you can purchase handicrafts such as painted woodcarvings and handbags. Enjoy lunch, then spend the afternoon looking for brightly colored sea fans, sponges, and brittle starfish at Red Frog Beach. You may also want to go snorkeling again, searching for numerous species of fish amongst the coral reefs and mangroves.

    Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Lodging
    Bocas Inn
    Show on a map
  • Day 8: panama city

    Fly back to Panama City this morning. Your family will visit the ruins of Old Panama and Casco Antiguo, then sample the city's cuisine at a local restaurant for lunch. In the afternoon you'll visit the Smithsonian Marine Exhibition at Culebra Point and the International Handcraft Market, where crafts from Panama and other Central American countries are available to buy. Spend your final evening in Panama enjoying a farewell dinner at your hotel.

    Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Lodging
    Marriott Panama
    Show on a map
  • Day 9: panama/onward

    You will be picked up at the hotel this morning and transferred to Tocumen International Airport for your flight home.

    Meals
    Breakfast
    Show on a map

Price and Date Details

Land Cost:
$1,890
- $3,450
$3450 adult $1,890 children 11 and under; Child rates based on 2 full paying adults;
Single Supplement:
$820
The single supplement is applicable if a roommate is not available or if single accommodation is specifically requested. While single accommodation is not available on all trips, we will try and honor this request whenever possible.
Privately on Request

Need to Know

Duration:
9 days
The number of days, or duration, in a destination corresponds with the itinerary as published. This is the time period covered by the land cost.
Comfort Level:
●●○○○
(see full descriptions)
Activity Level:
●○○○○
(see full descriptions)
Group Size:
4-20
The stated range indicates minimum required for guaranteed departure and maximum accepted on the scheduled dates. Exceptions can often be made for private departures.
Terms & Conditions: 

Standard

Below is a summary of our complete Trip Terms & Conditions, which explains each of the items below in more detail. 

Expenses covered

Normally, our stated land costs include the cost of all guides, leaders, permits obtained after arrival, lodging accommodations, food and entry fees as specified, and all surface transportation associated with the planned itinerary. We do our best to avoid increasing prices after receipt of your deposit, but, rarely, factors beyond our control might require us to change our prices without prior notice, even after you have signed up. 

Expenses not covered

Costs not included in the price may include: meals not indicated as included in itineraries; meals prior to arrival in starting cities; transfers, if not arriving or departing on the scheduled group flights; soft drinks, bottled water, and alcoholic beverages; medical expenses, costs of hospitalization, or evacuation from remote areas; laundry; airport departure taxes not included on your airline ticket; accommodations en route to starting cities; visas; airfares; gratuities; and insurance. 

Pricing and Payment

For most group departures, the booking deposit is $500 per person per trip, though for some trips it may be more, as noted in the trip description. The minimum booking deposit requirement for custom trips is $800 per person, and this deposit is non-refundable. A trip-planning fee of $250 per itinerary is also charged to cover costs of preparing itinerary proposals for custom trips. This fee is credited to the cost of the trip, but is nonrefundable if you do not take the trip. Custom travel during holiday seasons may require a deposit prior to trip confirmation.

For both group departures and custom trips, a second deposit of $1,000 per person is due 120 days prior to departure or at the time of booking for reservations made fewer than 120 days before departure. The balance as shown on your invoice is due 60 days prior to departure regardless of whether extensions or other arrangements are pending. Late payments may jeopardize confirmation of your itinerary and in some cases may result in additional fees. If we have not received final payment 30 days prior to departure your reservation may be canceled and subject to our Cancellation & Refund Policy stated in the complete Trip Terms & Conditions.

We accept payments by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or check drawn on a U.S. bank account. Payment for airfare is required at the time of ticketing. Discounts that may be available for some trips are not available toward bookings made through travel agencies.​

Airfare

We can help you secure air travel arrangements to correspond with land travel booked through Journeys International. We work with an airfare consolidator to assist in booking the flights that suit your needs. If you decide to make your own flight arrangements, you must provide Journeys International with a complete copy of your itinerary showing departure and arrival flights and times. You should plan to arrange your own air travel if you are using mileage credit or originating outside North America, but please be in touch with our office before you finalize ticketing so that we can help you to coordinate the correct arrival and departure dates and times.

Insurance

When you make your application, we strongly recommend the purchase of comprehensive travel insurance in case of emergency situations. Please contact us for a recommended policy.

Itinerary Change Fee

There will be a $40 fee for changes once an itinerary has been confirmed and approved. Additional cancellation penalties or change fees may apply as per our terms and conditions. The passenger is responsible for such fees.

Trip Extensions

San Blas

Duration: 3 days

Add the San Blas Islands for 2 nights!  Located along the northeastern coast of Panama, in the Caribbean Sea, the San Blas are home to the Guna Indians who have been granted regional autonomy. Learn about Guna traditions, relax on the beach, snorkel... read more

Panama Canal Transit

Duration: 1 days

Passengers aboard a ship crossing the Panama Canal will have the opportunity to see one of the modern wonders of the world in operation.

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