We begin our trip navigating through the Panama Canal as well as visiting historical museums. We continue our trip by driving down through the Pacific coast to Playa Venao, one of the most exciting beaches that provide all sorts of fun and exciting activities: fishing, surfing and on a fortunate day, turtle watching. Our next destination is the National Park Reserve of Coiba, a world heritage site by the UNESCO because of its rich underwater fauna. Our next stop is heading back to Panama city, where will live and cohabitate with the Emberá tribe, one of the most ancient communities in Central America. Another iconic locations of our trip will be in the archipelago Las Perlas, surrounded by crystal clear waters and beautiful unexplored beaches; it offers relaxing bathing sports as well as outstanding snorkelling and fishing sports. Furthermore, from the months of July to November we can enjoy the migration of humpback whales and wild dolphins swimming in this area. We finish our trip in the picturesque colonial neighbourhood of Casco Viejo, with its’ monuments, museums and colourful streets. You may extend the trip to Bocas del Toro, located very close to the border of Costa Rica. It’s emerald green and blue water allows for an unforgettable experience snorkelling, scuba diving and surfing. It is the cherry on the cake that will encourage you to arrange a second trip to Panama.