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San Cristobal Indigenous Village
The Chagres River is virtually unseen in the trek trough the Chagres National Park due to the lack of access roads, protection against settlers, and the previous non-existence of Aventuras Panamá. This part of the river, characterized by currents alternating with backwaters, is considered as Class II, although several rapids are considered Class III by the International Classification of River Navigation.
As a result of dense tropical forest that covers the basin of the river, sedimentation is minimum; therefore, clear water can be expected very often. The flora is typical of the tropical rain forest, with more than three hundred species per hectarea. Although it is the natural habitat of big mammals such as tapir and jaguar, tropical rainforest animals , they are very seldom encountered. It is much easier to spot several others samples of the fauna, such as monkeys of the rainforest(spider, howler, whiteface capuchin , Geoffrey's Tamarin), sloth, river otter, iguana, tucan, and plenty of fish.
Once in the virgin jungle of Chagres National Park you will ask if this is the next tvshow survivor panama destination.
Our guides are trained in white-water navigation skills, first-aid and CPR.
Many people who take our Day Tour wish they had chosen the Overnight Tour instead. After spending time with the Ember people you will never want to leave!
An exploration of the realm of the Harpy Eagle, the world’s most powerful bird of prey and Panama’s national bird. This unforgettable adventure takes place along the historic Gulf of San Miguel, where the Spanish discoverer Vasco Nuñez de Balboa became the first European to set eyes on the Pacific Ocean back in 1512. Explore the Punta Patiño Reserve, stay overnight with the Embera Mogue community and hike to the nest of the Harpy Eagle!
A country so small yet filled with exuberant rainforests, wildlife and a rich cultural heritage. Discovering Panama includes meeting indigenous cultures on Gatun River and admiring the Panama Canal Expansion before returning back to Panama City on the famous Panama Railway, exploring the Panama Canal waters and observing wildlife and afterwards enjoy the Miraflores Locks from the top, flying through the highlands on a zip line and enjoy an interactive coffee experience, hiking in cloud forests of the Chiriqui highlands searching for the elusive Resplendent Quetzal, exploring more over- and underwater world of the Caribbean Sea in Bocas del Toro.
This is an amazing opportunity for families who have found themselves caught up in the rat race of the modern world, always rushing to work, school, sports and activities.
Many families today rarely have the time to sit down all together and share a meal without the distractions of cell phones, email, text messages, Facebook, video games, iPads, etc.
We believe that by bringing your family to the Emberá village it will reconnect families who may have gotten lost along the way by their busy lives in the modern world. You will be able to observe the gentle and loving parenting style of the Emberá people and observe how happy, creative and at peace they are with no electricity, internet and not even cell phone signal!
Immersing your family in Emberá village life will help you to re-acquaint yourselves as a family and bond together through your shared experience and create some unforgettable memories.
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