Panama – “The Secrets of the Majé River”

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Full Day:

06:00    Departure from Panama City by bus

08:30    Arrival at Akua Yala/Bayano Bridge (Akua Yala is a Kuna community that belongs to the Kuna Comarca of Madugandí and where the boat is taken to transfer to the Majé River)

08:45    Boat transfer through Bayano Lake to Majé Emberá Drua

09:45    Arrival at the Majé Emberá Drua community and welcome by Chief Lazaro

10:00    Hike on the Mother Tree Natural Trail

12:00    Return to the community

12:30    Traditional lunch offered by the community

13.30    Presentation/Information about local handicrafts (Cocobolo wood and its elaboration and the tree)

15:30    Departure from the community to Akua Yala/Bayano Bridge

16:30    Arrival at Akua Yala

18:45    Transfer to the capital city

18:45    Arrival at the city and transfer to the hotel

 

RECOMMENDATIONS:

Visitors are recommended to bring:

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat and rain poncho
  • Repellent
  • Hiking shoes
  • Extra clothing
  • Bring low denomination money if you plan to buy local handicrafts, since credit cards are not accepted. All payments are in cash.

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