Cool Adventures Never Wither In The Wind

Where are these beautiful Islands: Life is complicated, but there are 378 reasons to calm chaos down when visiting the San Blas Islands. San Blas Islands are a group of islands and Cays off of the northeast coast of Panama, only 49 of the Islands are inhabited the other 329 islands and cays are full of uninhabited wildlife and beautiful forests that will not disappoint. The islands have wonderful natives the “Guna (Kuna) Yala” or Kuna Indians which possess a beautiful and colorful heritage that is full of life, love and wisdom. They also know the islands like the back of their hands and are happy to help tourists get around or share their favorite hotspots.

 

How to get to the Islands: You can travel to islands in many ways; you can take a water taxi, walkways or bridges that lead from island to island but out favorite way are to sail. Sailing has many benefits, one of them being the sun on your skin and the wind in your hair watching all of the sea life beneath your feet and seeing the huge sea turtles and dolphins playing it’s a true breathtaking occasion; especially knowing that your destination is going to be a one of a kind San Blas Adventure.

 

Fun in the sun and food in our bellies: Some of the fun activities are snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing with some of the locals and of course sport fishing, which is one of our favorites! The water and sands are so clear it’s seriously hard to stay out of the water after-all you are on an island. There are plenty of places to find local cuisine; the plantains are to die for and don’t let there be some black beans and rice in the mists you might just fill up on those two dishes alone.

 

Our favorite Islands: Achutupu, Kagantupu, Colón, Yandup and Coco Blanco are a few of our favorites as they are the mostpopulated and easily accessible; but our absolute favorite has to be Isla de Perro (Dog Island) or Gunboat Island. It is named after the three dogs that are the only residents on the island. There is a $1 fee per person to visit the island, collected by a member of the Achutupu Community so come prepared with small bills. This island has an awesome Navy shipwreck that crashed in the 1800’s that greets you with such an authentic aura it’s hard to deny. Also Isla de Perro is tourists ready with its unique bars, campsites and magnificent snorkeling locations near the shipwreck. It’s totally lives up to the true San Blas Adventure.

 

What Awaits You?!: So when you’re trying to unwind and get into your relaxation time remember that the islands are always waiting for you, it just takes one sandy foot after the other.

 

Take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints! Guna Tribe
Where are these beautiful Islands: Life is complicated, but there are 378 reasons to calm chaos down when visiting the San Blas Islands. San Blas Islands are a group of islands and Cays off of the northeast coast of Panama, only 49 of the Islands are inhabited the other 329 islands and cays are full of uninhabited wildlife and beautiful forests that will not disappoint. The islands have wonderful natives the “Guna (Kuna) Yala” or Kuna Indians which possess a beautiful and colorful heritage that is full of life, love and wisdom. They also know the islands like the back of their hands and are happy to help tourists get around or share their favorite hotspots.

 

How to get to the Islands: You can travel to islands in many ways; you can take a water taxi, walkways or bridges that lead from island to island but out favorite way are to sail. Sailing has many benefits, one of them being the sun on your skin and the wind in your hair watching all of the sea life beneath your feet and seeing the huge sea turtles and dolphins playing it’s a true breathtaking occasion; especially knowing that your destination is going to be a one of a kind San Blas Adventure.

 

Fun in the sun and food in our bellies: Some of the fun activities are snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing with some of the locals and of course sport fishing, which is one of our favorites! The water and sands are so clear it’s seriously hard to stay out of the water after-all you are on an island. There are plenty of places to find local cuisine; the plantains are to die for and don’t let there be some black beans and rice in the mists you might just fill up on those two dishes alone.

 

Our favorite Islands: Achutupu, Kagantupu, Colón, Yandup and Coco Blanco are a few of our favorites as they are the mostpopulated and easily accessible; but our absolute favorite has to be Isla de Perro (Dog Island) or Gunboat Island. It is named after the three dogs that are the only residents on the island. There is a $1 fee per person to visit the island, collected by a member of the Achutupu Community so come prepared with small bills. This island has an awesome Navy shipwreck that crashed in the 1800’s that greets you with such an authentic aura it’s hard to deny. Also Isla de Perro is tourists ready with its unique bars, campsites and magnificent snorkeling locations near the shipwreck. It’s totally lives up to the true San Blas Adventure.

 

What Awaits You?!: So when you’re trying to unwind and get into your relaxation time remember that the islands are always waiting for you, it just takes one sandy foot after the other.

 

Take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints! Guna Tribe
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