We take you on an unforgettable adventure through the full archipelago, passing through all 365 islands with a speedboat from Colombia to Panama, from Sapzurro on the southern side of San Blas to Carti in Panama with 2 day ocean crossing, traveling along the full length of the third biggest coral reef in the world and passing alongside one of the biggest untouched rainforests in the world! We are a fast boat alternative to the sailing boats from Cartagena to Panama. ABOUT THE TRIP We take you to islands no one else goes to, uninhabited islands with white sand beaches, coconut trees and turquoise waters, to snorkel untouched reefs & discover the magic of the Kuna culture in indigenous villages, visiting Colombian highlights, Sapzurro, Capurgana & La Miel. Look at the stars shining for you with a coconut rum on the beach, talk around a bonfire and let yourself free. 4 days/ 3 nights, boat transport through the San Blas islands on a motorboat. Snorkel gear. Great food (lobster when available). Accommodations - guests sleep in basic huts on Guna islands. Guna territory entrance fees, island fees. *Guests must bring their own water and beverages. 10 GREAT REASONS TO COME WITH US Save money and see more. 2-day ocean crossing = no seasickness & more island time. 90% of your time on the islands. 8 Hours on the boat in 4 days, the rest of the time on the islands. 5+ Islands – Sleep on the islands. Discover a magical indigenous culture. Snorkel the third biggest coral reef in the world. Wander and explore the islands at your own leisure. Bonfire – Beach party. Visit Colombian highlights – Sapzurro, Capurgana & La Miel. COST $445 Plus $30 ground transportation between the port of Carti, San Blas, and Panama City. Watching where your money goes is very important! For ethical travel San Blas Adventures don’t want tourists to stop having fun, we just want them to think about how they’re spending their time and money. Be a conscious traveler, with an awareness of the place you’re going and whether the money you spend benefits the economy of the local hosts. We work very closely with the Guna on all aspects of the trip and most of the money from your fare stays in San Blas, distributed among the local people we work with and the different communities we visit along the way.