San Blas Archipelago, also known as the region of Guna/Kuna Yala, is formed by 365 coral islands and remains one of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean for sailing charter. The best and most privileged way to discover San Blas is by sailing among its white sand islands and beautiful turquoise waters. Come on board and discover it with us!
Day 1: Arrival to El Porvenir in San Blas at 6:35 in the morning. We will pick them up for embarkation on our sailboat to start the charter. We will sail to Cayo Limon. Snorkel on a sunken ship covered in multicoloured coral and surrounded by crystal clear waters. Anchor at this idyllic spot to enjoy sunset and spend the night.
Day 2: After breakfast, we set sail to Salardup. Stroll on a small island, inhabited only by a Kuna family in charge of the cocunut palms. Swim and snorkel among the nicest coral reefs. Delicious fresh fish and seafood barbecue aboard.
Day 3: We will pull up the anchor and set sail to Coco Bandero, a group of extremely scenic islands, described by many, as the most beautiful in all of San Blas, with their white sand beaches and pristine waters.
Day 4: We will set sail at noon and enjoy a couple of hours of sailing among the islands of San Blas, we may fish on our way to Wichuwuala, where we will visit a small Kuna villag to discover their traditions and craftworks.
Day 5: Guest’s disembark soon in the morning in El Porvenir, to take the flight back to Panama City.
Note: Itinerary may be adapted by the skipper to weather conditions and, as far as possible, to the guests’ preferences.
Price per person: $740.00 for a minimum of 4 passengers traveling together.
– Rental of the boat with crew
– Boat and passenger’s insurance
– Fuel and water tanks
– Dinghy with outboard engine
– Snorkeling gear
– Fishing gear
– Meals on board based on fish, seafood, fresh local vegetables and fruits
– Drinks on board in reasonable consumption (water, sodas, fruit juices, beer, wine
and local rum)
Prices do not include:
– Fly tickets and transfers to San Blas
– All expenses outside the boat
– Local taxes: 10 USD per person approx.
– Tropical weather, below the Caribbean hurricane zone, with temperatures between
28 and 33ºC (80-90ºF). Seawater temperature around 28ºC (82ºF)
What to bring:
– We recommend to pack lightly in soft luggage for storage reasons. Most of our
guests tend to pack more than they end up using. Life on board is casual, so bring
some shorts, summer cotton clothes, a long sleeve shirt and long pants, bathing suit
and towel, cap or hat, sunglasses, a light rain jacket, sandals or reef runners and sun