As a tour guide I enjoy to show to my guests the different traditions and cultures that still remains with natives in Panama, one of these groups are the polite people of the Embera etnia, come with me and lets share a nice day of nature, hiking, traditions and culture.
8:00 am pick up at your hotel in panama city
9:30 am arraiving at the local dock named Corotu at the Alajuela lake to aboard at the canoe.
10:00 am, arriving at the entrance of the trail to the waterfall (the hicking takes about 20 minutes or so depending on the weather and your phisical condition)
10:30 am arraiving at the waterfall where you can swim on the pond.
11:00 am, departing back to the Embera vilage for lunch and speach of the embera's history given by one of the embera lider.
12:00 noon, traditional embera's dances.
1:00 pm, walking at the village
2:00 pm, departing back to the city
3:30 pm, arriving to the hotel
note: times might vary due to the traffic and season.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 7 hours
this tour has a duration of 5 or 6 hours due to the traffic in some hours
Transportation is private using my minivans suzuki ertiga model 2016, if your party is a group please let me know so I can get a bigger car.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
120 US Dollars - you will need about $ 120 for handycrafts if you want to buy some
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Miguel picked us up from the port with no problems. He is a great driver and guide and spoke English very well. The trip was fantastic with a pretty dugout canoe ride to the Indian village, another canoe ride then a hike to a beautiful waterfall. Back to the village where the Indians talked about their life then we ate delicious fish and plantains. After eating we had a dancing demonstration then we were invited to dance. Wonderful day that I would repeat.