This active Panama family tour is designed for families with kids of all ages at a pace that is easy and flexible for a wide range of interests and abilities. Traveling through Panama we stop at an Embera Drua village in the rainforest for a native-style lunch of fresh fried fish and plantains, and visit some Afro-Caribbean families in Bocas Del who share their stories, island lifestyle and their artistic talents making beautiful handicrafts such as painted woodcarvings and Ngobe handbags. And along the way, there are plenty of opportunities for family adventures with your expert Panama guide: ride a private jungle boat on a Panama Canal tour keeping a keen lookout for green iguanas resting in branches and howler monkeys swinging from the trees, kayak on Gatun Lake, hike in search of colorful toucans and quetzals in the rainforests, zipline or raft through highland cloud forests, snorkel from islands in the warm and clear Caribbean waters, and amble among ruins of Casco Viejo remnants from marauding pirates of yesteryears. At the end of the day your family will enjoy comfortable, locally-owned, family-friendly hotels, ecolodges and local inns.This relaxed Panama family tour is geared towards families with kids of all ages and comes with a pace that is easy and flexible. With our native guide by your side, explore the protected rainforests during a Panama Canal tour – cruise by boat, keeping a look out for green iguanas resting in branches and howler moneys swinging from the trees, and then stop for lunch at the 5 star restaurant of the Visitor Center with amazing views of the locks. As your family travels through Panama, you’ll get authentic interactions with the people of Panama –such as when you visit the EmberaDrua village for a native-style lunch of fresh fried fish and plantains or when you drop by an indigenous community in Bocas Del Toro to talk with the talented native artists who sell beautiful handicrafts, such as painted woodcarvings and Ngobe handbags. And, along the way, there’s plenty of opportunity for family adventure: challenge dad to zipline through highland cloud forests, head of to snorkel the warm and clear Caribbean waters and, by boat, visit remote islets to discover rare birds, such as the brown booby or red-billed tropic birds. Your family evenings are spent in comfortable, family-friendly hotels and inns.