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  • Writer's pictureCLICKANDSAILING


chichime Take the opportunity and drive to Chichime. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful islands in the archipelago. On these islands people still live according to traditions and there will be nothing more to buy than coconuts, crabs and giant lobsters. Later there is the possibility of visiting the surrounding towns. After finally thanking his crew, he heads to El Porvenir for the flight transfer to Panama City. D1-Heart of Jesus You fly from Panama City to the San Blas archipelago. This plane flies over the entire archipelago, giving you an impressive view of the islands and the reefs that surround them. After settling on board your boat, you can take a ride in a kayuko (a large boat), a kayuko (a large wooden boat typical of the aborigines) or a kayak through a river in the middle of the jungle, which will allows you to explore the closely admire the fauna of the region. FAMOUS ISLANDS OF THE SAN BLAS ARCHIPELAGO

Eastern Dutch Cays The eastern Dutch Keys must be circumnavigated counterclockwise from the south to pass behind the coral reef that protects it from the waves of the expanse. These islands are known for their beautiful reefs, shoals of white sand, and shallow waters. San Blas Islands A dozen Indian fishermen and their families live on these islands. The program at this anchorage includes spearfishing, kayaking, snorkeling and other water games, as well as long walks along the beaches and making traditional necklaces. Naguargand You can navigate to Naguargandup by crossing the Holland Channel. Another excellent place for trolling and a lovely anchorage among the coral islands. Sidra River & Kuanidup "Village Island", the beautiful Sidra River and Kuanidup are islands with white sand and crystal clear waters that make them idyllic. In Kuanidup there are cabins worthy of a 5-star hotel, which offer the opportunity to eat and taste local specialties. 500 indigenous people live along the Sida River and continue to live there in a traditional way.


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