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  • Panama City: 6-Hour SUP Surf Trip

    1. Panama City: 6-Hour SUP Surf Trip

    After meeting with your guide and departing from the office in Panama, you will depart for your 6-hour excursion. The waters of Panama make for an excellent destination in Central America for stand-up paddle boarding, and this experience is designed to help you become more proficient at this enjoyable water sport. Your activity will be conducted in either of the beautiful Chame or San Carlos districts, just an hour away from Panama City. The scenic drive to the beach includes a stop at Quesos Chela for a famous freshly baked empanada de queso (a fresh cheese patty) and a drink. Your SUP surf session is 3 hours long, and following that you will be driven back to Panama City.

  • From Panama City: Caribbean Stand-Up Paddleboarding Day Tour

    2. From Panama City: Caribbean Stand-Up Paddleboarding Day Tour

    Have a unique adventure on the waters of the Atlantic Ocean on this Caribbean stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) day tour.   Meet your guide in Panama and take the scenic 1.5-hour drive via the Panamá-Colón Highway to Sabanitas. You’ll arrive a small town in the Colón province called Portobelo, where you’ll begin your pirate-like SUP ride to Playa Huerta. Paddle through the clear waters and admire coral reefs, tropical marine life, and the beauty of this natural treasure with your knowledgeable instructor.   On your return, stop for lunch at La Torre Restaurant, where you can enjoy a traditional Afro-Caribbean meal (at own expense).

  • Panama City: Lake Alajuela Stand-Up Paddleboard Tour

    3. Panama City: Lake Alajuela Stand-Up Paddleboard Tour

    Meet your friendly guide in at Isla Culebra in Amador at the local partner's office followed by a 45-minute drive via the Corredor Norte Highway to Chilibre. Get ready for a once in a lifetime experience of stand up paddling in the beautiful waters of Lake Alajuela, an artificial lake in the Chagres River basin. The lake is bounded by the Madden Dam and linked to the Panama Canal. Once you’re feeling confident on the board, paddle through the beautiful marina of Lake Alajuela while spotting native animals. Along the way, admire stunning views of the magnificent tropical rainforest of the Panama canal and look out for dolphins, sea turtles, and tropical fish.

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