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From unforgettable sights to undiscovered corners, there’s just so much to see and explore. Choose from one of our private tours or opt for a guided group tour. If you have any questions or are ready to book your tour, feel free to get in touch.

Taboga Island

Isla Taboga, or the Island of Flowers, is a volcanic island characterized by rich tropical plant life, as well as beautiful beaches and soft sand. Located on the Pacific side of the country in the Gulf of Panama, this majestic island is a short 20 kilometers from the capital, making it the best one-day getaway from Panama City.

Take in the beauty of the island by starting your trip with a hike to one of Isla Taboga’s highest points, Cerro Vigia or Cerro de la Cruz. Next, explore the colorful and historic Spanish-founded town, which is also home to the second oldest church in the Western hemisphere. After all that exploration, take a load off at one of the laid-back Taboga Island beaches, or grab a drink at one of the quaint beach bars nearby.

Trip time: 20-30 minutes in our boats or yachts.

Contadora Island

Contadora was blessed with white sand beaches, green and turquoise waters. The most popular ones are Playa Larga, Playa Sueca, Playa Cacique, Ejecutiva and Galeón beach. During the colonial period the biggest pearl in the world was founded called the “Peregrina”. Contadora is 1 hour and 45 minutes from Panama City. There are a lot of activities that you could enjoy such as snorkeling, sailing around the Islands, rent a paddle boarding and windsurfing. It is paradise for diving lovers. It is possible to do a day trip or organize a great weekend with your family or with your partner. The most visited Islands in the archipelago are Saboga, Chapera, Mogo Mogo, Pacheca, Viveros el Rey and San José Island; on these destinations you could make sport fishing and whale watching between the months of July and October.

Trip time: 1 hour and 20 minutes - 2 hours in our boats or yachts.

Airplane service also available.

Pearl Islands

​Once a popular tourist destination for the rich and famous, the Pearl Islands have become more accessible for others who want to experience the tremendous natural beauty of the area. The Pearl Islands archipelago consists of over 200 islands and islets—mostly uninhabited—off the Pacific coast in the Gulf of Panama. The largest of the islands is Isla Del Rey, but tourist favorites include Contadora Island, with over 13 beaches, and Isla Saboga. On a trip to the Pearl Islands, you can expect to find beautiful white sand beaches, opportunities for scuba diving and whale watching,
as well as well-preserved nature and marine life.

There are many ways to enjoy the picturesque beaches of the Pearl Islands. Whale watching tours during whale mating season between July and October are popular in the area, as well as windsurfing and paddle boarding. For those who enjoy snorkeling, expect to see massive schools of fish in the crystal clear waters—like, up to 50,000! For a traditional beach day of swimming, restaurant-hopping and lounging, check out the resort area of Cantadora Island with more than 13 beaches and a wide array of hotels, resorts, condos and villas. While there, you can also visit one of the sailing schools to go for a sail, or enjoy premium fishing all year around. Next, head to one of the more remote islands for a different experience. In less-developed Saboga, for example, you can hike jungle trails and interact with the local people that live in the Saboga village.

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