San Blas Islands
Serenity and picture-perfection in tropical paradise.

When you see the San Blas Islands with your own eyes, it’s easy to understand why they remain the number 1 tourist destination for Panama and often ranked among the world’s top tropical holiday spots. Gracing the pages of National Geographic and other premiere travel magazines, the picture-perfect combination of remote islands lined with palm trees, white sands and turquoise waters truly make the archipelago the epitome of tropical paradise.

The San Blas Islands are comprised of some 378 islands spanning over 200km, and with only about 50 of those being inhabited, it’s easy to feel like it’s your own little slice of heaven as you sail throughout between the islands.

As they are 100% owned and governed by the Kuna tribes, the indigenous inhabitants of the region, the islands remain unspoiled by the tourism industry and untouched beaches and culture abounds.

Snorkeling is a great opportunity to see waters that are teeming with a diversity of flora and fauna. Just a short depth below the surface and you can see a rainbow palette of tropical reef and other marine vegetation. It’s not uncommon to see dolphins, turtles, stingrays, tropical fish and other marine life as you cruise throughout the archipelago.

Whether you’re into kite boarding, snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving or want to hike through the tropical rainforests, the San Blas Islands offers the perfect opportunity to experience a genuine connection with the natural landscape.