Spending a day under the coconut palms of Guna Yala, off the northeastern Caribbean coast of Panama, is a rare chance to experience a traditional way of life that can also seem decades ahead of its time.
From mist-shrouded rainforests to colorful coral reefs, this incredibly biodiverse country entices nature lovers with an incredible variety of experiences. Let our guide help you decide what to see—and how.
The Panama Canal—one of the seven wonders of the modern world—has been a key conduit for international maritime trade since it was completed at the turn of the last century. Read more from Expedition Development Manager Ted Kenefick about the profound and poignant experience of crossing the canal for the first time.