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 Trip from Dec. 27 thru Jan 4

This singles trip has unparalleled adventures into the wilds of the Panamanian jungles with an overnight (this was 2 years in the making) or choose an alternative of whitewater rafting, horseback riding and hiking.

We will go on one of the largest zip lines in Central America, enjoy ourselves in a natural hot springs, and stay in the Carribean to go sailing on a cataerman and snorkle. This would not be complete without a New Year's party with food and drinks to cheer in the New Years.


The Fastest and Simplest Way to Travel Panama

Look at Cheap O Air for the prices listed below. These are non-stop arriving early enough that your connection to David, Panama is doable. I show below a price range depending on what airline you select to fly on.

Your connection to David from Panama City (Tocumen Intl Airport) can be taken onAeroplas Regional = $229 round trip with Aeroperlas

Washington DC to Panama City Arrival (Tocumen Intl Airport) non-stop $637 to $900

You have a choice of two options that are listed below for the time frame of December 29 through December 30. Everything else is the same and the price is the same.

  1. Option 1 is an unparalleled adventure into the rainforest jungles of Panama with an overnight camp out.
  2. Option 2 includes whitewater rafting one day and the next day is a Secret Hiking Trail and Horseback riding.

December 27 - Arrival
Your arrive in David, Panama
Stay overnight in David to assure everyone is together as we leave for Boquete in the morning.
December 28 - Zip Line (B)
 We will shuttle over to Boquete from David in the morning.
In this zip line tour you will glide in thirteen different occasions from tree trop platforms of century-old cloud forests and tree trekking high above the  rivers and waterfalls that make up the incredible scenery.











Option 1 - Dec. 29 - Backpack in the Jungles and Sleep Overnight in the Jungles. (B)

Join us on an we will go on an unparalleled adventure to the less-discovered tropical wilderness of Panama. I have worked for 2 years to find the right guides for this trip. There is no other company in the world that does this jungle adventure. Hold onto your seat, it's going to be a trip of a lifetime, literally "off the beaten path."

We will follow the ancient Ngobe-bugle trail through the Panamanian jungles and learn their ancient techniques of collecting and eating rainforest food and use of medicinal plants. This trail is so ancient, that in places it sinks beneath the surrounding jungle because of the wear over the millennium from the indigenous people. There are places that will have to be machete through by our guides.
We camp out in the rainforest of La Amistad International Park (UNESCO a World Heritage site). We will stand in Panama and Costa Rica at the same time.
For walkers and hikers in good physical condition, this hike will take you through virgin rain forests, high in the clouds, up to spectacular vistas. This is rated 8 out of 10 for physical challenge because you will carry your own backpack.

Option 1 - December 30 - Return from Backpack and Overnight into the Jungle

Today we start with a breakfast and return from the overnight in the jungle. Six to Seven hours of hiking back. The lenght of the hike could be five hours depending on the general fitness level of the group.

Option 2 - December 29 -  Whitewater Rafting (B,L)
We will whitewater raft the  Rio Chiriqui Viejo which flows through the Panama and Costa Rican border. It is considered  one of the best rivers in the world for whitewater rafting with amazing rapids. We will be going Class III, which can be taken safely with beginners as well as intermediate whitewater rafters.


Option 2 - December 30 - Secret Trail with Waterfall - Horseback Riding (B)
We will start the day with a hike on a secret trail to the white rock formation which holds a beautiful waterfall. Then in the afternoon we will go horseback riding.





December 31 - Natural Hot Springs and New Year Party (B)
We all go to the hot springs and spend as much time as we want soaking our tired muscles and play with the resident spider monkey. He loves to meet everyone.

New Years Party with food, drinks and bubbly to cheer in the New Year.


January 1 - Caribbean Islands at Bocas del Toro (B)

We will start the New Years out with the "Path Less Traveled," at Bocas which is a chain of Islands in the Caribbean off the coast of Panama.

It is a diver and outdoor lovers paradise with unspoiled coral reefs, deep-sea fishing, boating, kayaking, snorkeling and long sandy deserted beaches.

It is a the hidden jewel unlike any to be found elsewhere in Panama. It is nick-named the "Galapagos of the Caribbean." The Smithsonian Institute, has a large research station in Bocas, has a large database of species that have been identified, so far. Read the Smithsonian Institute database here...
We will be taking a shuttle and arrive mid-day.

January 2 - Sailing and Snorkeling through the Caribbean (B,L)
We will set sail on a catamaran that defines the “essence” of sailing and snorkeling with the dolphins in Bocas.
I have taken this trip and I have got to say that it was the most incredible day that I had spent while in Panama. There was a bait ball being run by tuna. A new baby dolphin was born. The Captain has a following of pet Sergent fish that flock to his boat when he anchors at "The Garden."
We start by setting sail to Dolphin Bay where we will watch the Bottle Nose Dolphins play and feed.
From there we go snorkeling at Mangrove Reef, Isla San Cristobal, one of the most diverse reefs around Bocas Del Toro. It is known for its abundance of sponge coral, brittle stars, sea anemones and sea urchin.You will be provided with everything that you need, such a snorkel and fins. You can also choose to free-dive if you want.











We will snorkel in the Mangroves which are a breeding and nursery ground for many marine organisms.  This reef is especially unique because it is very shallow and you will snorkel through the mangroves with schools of baby fish! What an incredible sight this place is. This is beautiful coral that is not seen by other SCUBA or snorkelers, as he is the only one that goes to this place. There are stunning coral reefs, gads of five different varieties of starfish, tons of sea urchins and well you will just have to see it.
 From here we raise the sails again and let the wind take us sailing to The Garden, where you will once again have the experience of snorkeling.

In the meantime we can lay back, relax and enjoy the fresh baked sandwich made to your liking on the boat with drinks, cocktails and easy music.

Dropping anchor in the sand “The Garden” is a perfect reef to explore. Large coral heads, schools of parrot fish, coupled angel fish and marine life of all kinds await your curious eyes. Sargent Major fish or as we like to call them ” pinananas” come in schools to eat the pineapple “pina” skins we discard making for a perfect photographic feeding frenzy!!!! 

From here we raise the sails enjoy fresh fruit and sail back to the island, “tranquilo style.”
January 3 - Free Day in Bocas (B)
 Surf, take sailing lessons, kayak,SCUBA,snorkel or just enjoy the beaches.

January 4 - Exit Day (B)
 Today we leave from Bocas back home, to the "real" world.


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