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What to expect from a charter in the San Blas Islands?


What to expect from a charter in the San Blas Islands?

You will find a wide variety of rental boats in the San Blas Islands, representing a wide range of services and prices.

There is no large yachting industry on the San Blas Islands, only private yachts chartered directly by the owners.

As the number of charter boats is growing in the San Blas Islands in Panama, you can choose to travel in a budget or premium way, from older (and reliable) boats to the latest luxury models.

 

So you can decide what really fits your expectations and budget for visiting San Blas Island, Panama. What to expect from a charter in the San Blas Islands?

 

Another advantage of renting a boat in the San Blas Islands is the price: all the “extras” like having a healthy juice at a Kuna bar, buying lobsters from the fishermen “from the sea to your plate.” All these types of extras are affordable in the San Blas Islands (for example: $2 for a beer).

$8/10 for a meal with fresh fish. The Kuna are artists by tradition and culture. Crafts are everywhere and there is a fair price for this unique type of art.

 

The season for boat rentals to the San Blas Islands in Panama never ends, so you can come at any time of the year. Of course, if you plan to spend Christmas and New Year on the San Blas Islands, it is best to book in advance because it is high season. Places under the sun are limited.


San Blas Island charters in Panama began about 25 years ago. Some charter payers started offering flights to the San Blas Islands even before the asphalt of the single road leading to San Blas was built. 25 years later, it is possible to reach San Blas by plane. Local companies offer private flights for about 180 USD per person per trip.

 

Chartering in the San Blas Islands is booming since Netflix's famous " Money Heist ", which showcased the paradise island "Pelican Island" as the hero's refuge.


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