Transfer of approximately one hour to Colon, a province of Panama that borders the Caribbean Sea to the north and the province of Panama to the south until
arriving at Portobelo. City founded in 1597 by the Spaniards, as a Caribbean terminal for the trade route of the Isthmus of Panama. Declared a UNESCO World
Heritage Site in 1980, due to its historical and cultural importance in relation to the Spanish colonial period in Latin America. This quiet little town still preserves
characteristics of that glorious past, which are visible in its wooden colonial houses and buildings built expressly around the ruins of the Fort of San Fernando and the Fort of San Geronimo. Upon arrival, you will take a boat for a 15-minute ride to La Huerta beach or similar to enjoy the rest of the day surrounded by tropical fauna, coconut trees and crystal clear waters.

DURATION: Approximately 7-8 hours.

TIME: Recommended 7:30 am.

GUIDE: A private bilingual guide.

INCLUDES: Private transfer, boat with life jacket, cooler with 3 bottles of water and sodas, beer per person, entrance fee, lunch at Casa Congo or similar, beach chairs and umbrella.

NOTE: Breakfast, snacks, beverages not detailed, snorkeling equipment not included.