Day Tour: Kuna Culture and Beach

In the culture and beach tour, you will learn about the traditions and culture of the Guna people, where we will take you to 2 inhabited islands to learn about their way of life and through our specialized guide we will explain a little bit of history of the Guna people.


Also on the tour you will have the opportunity to get some souvenirs made by the Guna people themselves, the most famous handicrafts such as the MOLA, in its different presentations. All these crafts are handmade especially by women.


On the tour you can have the opportunity to wear traditional clothing and admire the dance.


After visiting the communities, we will transfer you to the island ICODUB (needle island), located just 15 minutes away, where you will enjoy the white sandy beach and crystal clear waters, as well as to enjoy the fish or seafood dish.

  • 5 am a 5:30 am Hotel or residence pick up (city area)
  • 6:30 am a 7:15 am Breakfast in the mountains
  • 8:30 am a 9 am Arrival at the harbor
  • 9:15 am a 10:00 am Visit to the museum
  • 10:00 am a 10:30 am Visit to yandub
  • 10:30 am a 11:00 am Icodub Island Beach Tours
  • 12:00 a 1:00 pm Lunch
  • 3:30 pm Departure from the island
  • 4:00 pm Departure from the port
  • 7:00 pm Return to hotel

* Itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.

  • Transfer from Panama City and back in 4X4 vans with capacity for 6 people. The trip is shared
  • Transfer by boat to visit the islands and communities.
  • Entrance to the Guna Museum
  • Payment for the islands
  • Simple breakfast (pancake or toast with eggs and coffee, tea or chocolate)
  • We will have a cooler with non-alcoholic beverages on the boat.
  • Use of snorkel
  • Guide
  • Protected area access fee
  • $7.00 for national or resident visitors
  • $22.00 for foreign visitors
  • Bring original and valid document (ID card, juvenile ID card for minors, resident card and passport with entry stamp to Panama).
  • Do not take pictures of Gunas without their consent, especially women dressed in their traditional MOLA dress.
  • It is forbidden to walk in the streets of inhabited communities with little clothing (no bathing suits).
  • The presentation of the dance will depend on the number of people visiting.
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