Eco tourism in Panama offers a unique opportunity for travelers to engage with indigenous communities and learn about their culture while promoting sustainable tourism practices. Panama is home to 7 indigenous groups with distinct languages and traditions, and eco tourism allows visitors to support these communities while also experiencing breathtaking natural landscapes. One way to support indigenous eco tourism in Panama is by visiting the Embera village. This community, situated in the Darien province, welcomes visitors to learn about their way of life, from traditional medicine to artisanal crafts, and canoe rides through the mangroves. By investing in community-based tourism, visitors can contribute to local economies and help preserve traditional knowledge and ways of life. Other eco tourism opportunities in Panama include visiting the Guna Yala archipelago, home to the Guna people who have been living and protecting their lands for centuries. Visitors can enjoy snorkeling, beach activities or simply explore the islands and learn about the community's strong connection to the ocean. It is important to ensure that indigenous communities are key stakeholders in the development of eco tourism projects, and that tourism practices are respectful and sustainable. By doing so, we can empower local communities to manage their resources, preserve their culture, and provide meaningful, authentic experiences for visitors.
At The Trikers we do offer Eco Tours, Checkout our tours on Home page to pick one that suites you or call us to customize a tour for your group .