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You wonder about visiting a native village. Is it going to he all fake. Are they really natives. This is the real thing or at least as much as can be in 2018. The Embera people were warm and friendly. The dance and play music...More
This was a very good park to view and see people living in it and making a living from tourism and keeping the park viable. Our canoe trip was enjoyable, good to wear hats, sunglasses and lots of sunscreen or protective clothing. Onto the Alhajueta...More
Booked this tour last minute so I guess I didn't have a full understanding of how intense it would be. It's an hour from the resort I was staying at and 5-8 minutes boat ride from our first stop and then another 10-15 minute hike...More
On a Caribbean cruise with Oceania, we chose to visit the Embera indigenous people. The Embera are known as the keepers of the rainforest and the Piedra River. On arrival at Chagres National Park, we boarded a motorized catamaran for a trip to the Embera...More
Our day trip was arranged and guided by our good friend Luis Calvo of Panama Travel & Tours based in Panama City. We drove to a lake pickup spot in Chagres Nat Park. There we met our Embera guide and host. We boarded the wooden,...More
We took a Embera dugout canoe ride down the charges river observing the lush flora along the way.we stopped by one particular shore, and found a bunch of monkeys. They seemed friendly enough and even came on board our boat. After they caused some fun...More
I dont know if this is the correct tour operator, but we had to take this trip as a NCL shore excursion.They would not allow us off the cruise ship unless we booked a NCL shore excursion. Seven years ago I had a wonderful shore...More
Try this for an amazing experience, I would consider it a "must do" when visiting Panama.
A canoe was waiting for us and took us during a 30 minute trip on the Chagres river. I did not expect much but was really surprised about the...More
Visiting the Chagres National Forest and meeting the Embreas tribe was by far the highlight of our Panama visit. At first I was not sure about doing this day trip as it was the last full day of our trip, it was raining off and...More
Look, the park itself is great, but the miserable villagers were kind of a sham.
1. An hour and a half bus ride,
2. then a 7 minute power motored canoe ride
3. to a village of uninhabited straw huts ( the villagers actually live...More