From USD 135
+2 Additional options
Immerse yourself in the caribbean island life with this classic 3 island San Blas trip starting at $135 per guest.
- Round trip ground transport, pick up in Panama City between 5-6 a.m. on day 1 and departure from the islands at 8 am on the final day.
- Basic hut accommodations on Diablo island.
- Basic meals.
- Boat rides to and from the port.
- 1 day trip to one other beach island and the starfish pools.
- Snorkel equipment.
- Drinking water.
Dorm w/ Shared Restroom:
- 1 night = $153 + Indigenous entrance taxes ($22 foreigners, $7 Panama residents)
- 2 nights = $188 + Indigenous entrance taxes
- 3 nights = $223 + Indigenous entrance taxes
Private w/ Shared Restroom:
- 1 night = $168 + Indigenous entrance taxes ($22 foreigners, $7 Panama residents)
- 2 nights = $218 + Indigenous entrance taxes
- 3 nights = $268 + Indigenous entrance taxes
- All prices are per guest
- Price includes 1 day trip with our group and guide from El Original
- 1 night minimum, 4 nights maximum
- 2 guest minimum in a private rooms
- Not Included:
- Indigenous entrance taxes ($22 foreigners, $7 Panama residents)
- Beverages other than drinking water.
- Our bilingual guide does not stay on this island with the guests, but there is a Spanish speaking staff to serve the guests.
- Day trip = $25 per guest
- Afternoon departure - depart at 3 pm instead of 8 am = $15 per guest
ABOUT THE ISLAND & ACCOMMODATIONS
- Diablo island operated by part of the family that owns it. A beautiful and well located island. It is located right next to the famous Dog island with a sunken ship that is great for snorkeling. It's a very short boat ride away, and short swim for strong, experienced ocean swimmers only. If you go on to Dog island you will have to pay a $3 island fee per guest. They accept wet money :)
- The cabanas and dorm are very basic, they have sand floors and lights in the evening only.
- The restrooms are separate from all accommodations and very basic as well. There are 2 toilets and 2 showers shared between all guests.
- There are not outlets for charging in most of the cabanas however guests may charge devices in the restaurant area in the evening.
- The meals provided on the island are simple and they do not generally offer much variety. Though we monitor the quality of food through guests and visits we do not control the menu. We are constantly providing feedback to the islands in an effort to change this, but the reality is the meal qualities vary. It is recommended that guests bring some snacks if they have big appetites or very specific dietary needs.
- We do not offer refunds or discount for rain or bad weather unless a trip is cancelled by us for safety reason. May through October are months where it can rain very often, and November through April can have high winds that make the seas rough. The weather changes often in the islands, our experienced guides and hosts do their best to keep guests dry, but the islands are a very rustic area and guests must be prepared accordingly for changing weather conditions. Please see our Refund Policy for more details.
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