1. Book a Guided Day Kayak or Coastal Overnight Trips in Santa Catalina, Panama
  2. Book a Guided Day Kayak or Coastal Overnight Trips in Santa Catalina, Panama
  3. Book a Guided Day Kayak or Coastal Overnight Trips in Santa Catalina, Panama

Book a Guided Day Kayak or Coastal Overnight Trips in Santa Catalina, Panama

Exciting Guided Kayak Trips in Santa Catalina coast, for reservation now! For around $60 per person for half day trips, you will have a great time! We also offer Kayak rentals for experienced paddlers who wish to explore the coast on their own and kayak lessons available for beginners. Rentals, Equipment and Lessons If you wish to rent our quality gear and go out on a self-guided trip we rent our kayaks, based on availability. We reserve the right not to rent our gear to individuals based on experience and/or conditions. Singles $20/half day $35/day $70/overnight $200/weekly Rentals include: sea kayak, paddles, pfd, sponge or bailer, spray skirt. Inquire about outfitting for self guided journeys (camping, charts and safety gear available for rent). Kayak lessons Price: $75/lesson (includes kayak rental for the day). Take the opportunity to learn this new skill or hone your technique in this beautiful setting. Day Kayak Trips • Isla Coiba: $105 per person* (includes boat transportation to and from Coiba). Depart Santa Catalina early morning via boat launch and local captain. Travel 90 minutes along the Pacific Coast to Isla Coiba. After checking in at the ANAM Station, embark on a kayak tour to secluded bays brimming with wildlife, white sand beaches, and pristine snorkeling. *Pricing based on a minimum of 4 people . Park Fee not included. • Isla Santa Catalina: $60 per person* Paddle along the coast and then out around Isla Santa Catalina before landing on the island’s white sand beach for some snorkeling in turquoise waters and exploration. *Half Day Trips Available. • El Banco: $70 per person Paddle West along the Pacific Panamanian Coast exploring coves and bays en route to this beautiful white sand beach destination, huddled within a bay. Explore a local subsistence agricultural and fishing village, or relax, snorkel or count how many different bird species you can spot. Includes: guide, instruction, kayak, dry bag, paddles, spray skirt, PDF, sponge and/or bailer What to Bring: lunch and snacks, sunscreen, bathing suit, protective clothing and/or sun hat, shoes that are suitable to get wet, camera, and snorkel gear. Coastal Overnight Trips • Kayak To Lodge Tour $209 overnight, $309 2 nights, $389 3 nights (+7% tax) This includes all sea kayak gear, dry bags, fully guided activity, meals and lodge accommodation. • Kayak And Camping Coastal Overnight $169 per person, $289 2 nights + 7% tax Coiba Multi Day Tours • Coiba Overnight Tour $299 per person + 7% tax What's Included... 1. Meals as specified in the itinerary 2. Unlimited use of our Equipment 3. Use of waterproof dry bags during kayak trip 4. Water transportation to and from Isla Coiba 5. Professional Guiding Services (North American Leaders and/or Panama Guides) 6. Kayak, paddle, spray skirt, PFD, dry bag, tents, camping equipment and dishes etc. • Isla Coiba Excursion – 3 Days, 2 Nights Price: $489 per person + 7% tax for a 4 day, 3 night tour add $120pp If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

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Michael is the Director and Guide of the company. With nearly 25 years of experience as a wilderness guide, instructor, facilitator, Michael knew at an early age he was destined to live, work, witness and play in the outdoors. With the exception of a 5-year stint as a dog mushing guide in Northern Canada, Michael has rarely been without a paddle in hand. He spent a number of years with Outward Bound as an instructor, facilitator, and guide leading sea kayak and white water canoe trips throughout Canada before landing in Belize, Central America. It was in Belize that Michael was exposed to the diverse ecosystems of the tropics and he remained there seasonally for 9 years leading sea kayak and river running expeditions. Having found excitement in these varied and rich environments, Michael sought a location in Central America to pursue his own dream. Panama proved to be a place of magic, a lost world that combines the things he enjoys in life: the natural jungle and sea wonders, great people, a beautiful area to explore by kayak, fresh vital foods and awesome surf. The company is Michael’s vision and he is thrilled to see his dream come to fruition here in Santa Catalina, Panama.

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