Navigate up the Chagres River in a traditional dugout canoe on your way to an indigenous village nestled in the rainforest.
Experience the Emberá way of life
Navigate in a traditional canoe through pristine rainforest
Enjoy a traditional lunch
Learn about indigenous culture and traditions
Level 2: Moderate - some mobility needed
Comfortable and stable walking shoes, sun protection, rain gear, and bug spray recommended. Guests may be divided into smaller groups.
The Emberá people are an indigenous people of Panama and Colombia, who have lived in this area for centuries. On this day-long tour, you will navigate up the Chagres River in a traditional dugout canoe, enjoying beautiful landscapes on your way to a small Emberá village nestled in the lush tropical rainforest of Chagres National Park.
Your tour begins with a bus transfer to Chagres National Park. Upon arrival at the Port of Corotu, you will be met by the Emberás, who will help you board a traditional dugout canoe to travel to the village.
During your visit, you will discover the well-preserved culture of this wise and friendly people. As you walk through this village, you will be amazed by the knowledge, traditions, and beautiful artwork of the Emberá culture. Immerse yourself in this unique experience and enjoy, in their friendly company, the beauties of the place they call home.
Included: Private air conditioned transportation, professional interpretive guide, entrance fee to the Emberá Community, lunch, and water
Remarks: Comfortable and stable walking shoes, sun protection, rain gear, and bug spray recommended. Guests may be divided into smaller groups.