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INDIGENOUS EMBERA VILLAGE

$ 115.00 $ 85.00

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Visit to an Indigenous Village

Highlights

  • Trails, river and waterfalls

  • Traditional dances

  • Traditional body painting

  • Eco-tourism

  • Walk through the village

  • Typical food of the region

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Product Description

INDIGENOUS EMBERA VILLAGE DAY TRIP

This tour has the perfect mix for a relaxing day in the jungle along with learning, sharing, and experiencing the lifestyle of the indigenous Embera people. You can admire the scenery while your canoe makes its way through the jungle, have the experience of walking in a tropical rainforest, enjoy swimming or wading at the locals’ favorite waterfall, and eat a delicious local meal. These are some of the highlights for this day.

After your hotel pickup, you will ride by car to the port where our hosts will be waiting to start with a canoe ride up the river through the jungle. After 20 – 30 minutes of traveling by canoe, a walk through the rainforest will take you to the waterfall for relaxing, swimming or wading. Our day will continue with the visit to the community. Arriving to the village you will be greeted by its members, and will be able to explore the community and get a feel for how the natives live and work. You can also play with the local children and interact with the members of the community. A representative of the village will give a brief talk about the local culture, lifestyle, and crafts, as well as answer any of your questions.

      

 

Location: Chagres National Park

Departure Time: Customized

Duration: 6 – 7 hours (approx.)

Start/Finalize: Your hotel in Panama City

Goup size: Small

Staff: General tour guide

Tour category: Rural tourism, culture & outdoor

 

What is included?

  • Comfortable land transportation
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Boat ride through the Chagres river & Jungle
  • Visit to the community
  • Traditional lunch, tropical fruit salad & refreshments
  • Short jungle hike & visit to waterfalls
  • Spanish and English speaking guides

What to Bring?

  • Outdoor water sandals, or water shoes
  • Bathing suit and towel
  • Additional clothes
  • Insect repellent & sunscreen
  • Hat & Camera

Important Notes

  • Prices shown are in USD, per person, and based on a minimum of 2 people.
  • Trip details may change due to severe rain, river condition or unforeseen events.
  • All of our clients should be aware that they will experience a different culture with different customs on this tour. For this reason we kindly request your respect for the traditions, lifestyle, customs, and culture of our indigenous friends.

Is this experience for me?

Participants should feel comfortable entering and exiting a canoe and some trail walking through the jungle. For those with physical limitations, there is also the option to wait for the other participants in the community instead of walking the trail, or skip this portion of the tour.

This tour is done with a small group. The tour will be guided by a certified guide, with an average of 4-5 people on the tour. Food included in the tour consists of fried fish, plantains, and tropical fruit.

 

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No. of Adults
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No. of Children 12yrs or under
0 1 2 3 4 5 or more. 

1 review for INDIGENOUS EMBERA VILLAGE

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    Thanks again for a great tour today. It was absolutely fantastic, and I had once in a lifetime experiences I’ll never forget. I also appreciate that you stopped at the cafeteria for me to grab some breakfast this morning. It was also a good place to visit, along with the Embera Village and the waterfall, of course. Thanks again!

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