- Sailing San blas, Panama to Cartagena, Colombia by Boat
Sailing Panama to Colombia by boat via the San Blas islands to Cartagena is a trip of a lifetime Next departures, sailing reviews, detailed boat descriptions
- Adventures in San Blas To Panama Columbia - Blue Sailing
Adventures in San Blas to Panama or Columbia! Explore the white sandy beaches of the San Blas Islands with one of our sailing San Blas tours
- Sailing Panama-Colombia with The Gypsy Moth Sailing Yacht
PETER HJALTASON I sailed with the Gypsy Moth on their trip from Panama via San Blas to Colombia We left August 12 and arrived the 16th The boat is owned and sailed by an English couple, Amy and Sym who also have their baby, Halli, with them
- San Blas Dreams - San Blas Tours Panama | 2 Days 1 Night . . .
San Blas Tours | Come to visit the uncontaminated charm of the Islands of San Blas Panama In the Caribbean Sea ,white sand, crystalline water, palm trees and relax
- San Blas Islands of Panama (Guna Yala) - Official
Welcome to the 378 San Blas Islands of Panama Our beautiful islands are located on the Caribbean side of Panama and are part of the autonomous Guna Yala region On Sanblas-islands com you will find information about the Guna culture, sailing, tours, accommodation and how to get there
- How to Cheaply Travel From Panama to Colombia (or visa . . .
#3 5-Day Sailing Trips Probably the most common way of travel from Panama to Colombia for backpackers is to take one of the 5-day tours, which take in the beautiful San Blas Islands, owned by the indigenous Kuna people
- San Blas Islands (Guna Yala Region) - 2018 Reviews: All . . .
If you enjoy tiny little islands in the Caribbean the San Blas islands are for you! Bring your sun hat and snorkel and enjoy a new little paradise island every day
- How to Visit Panama’s San Blas Islands | Travel + Leisure
The day before my departure for San Blas, I drop off my passport at Blue Sailing, the agency that coordinates all the boat trips through the islands The next day I set off for Manga, about a half-hour walk from the center of Cartagena’s historic district, where a dinghy skids up to the dock