Travel Blogs from San Blas Islands, Panama

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Ave Maria - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Ave Maria - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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... the Ave Maria. Thirty hours after leaving Cartagena, through darkness and daylight we did all safely arrive in the beautiful San Blas Islands of Panama. There are are 360 islands in the group and they're occupied and administered by the Kuna Indians. Some ...

Sailing around the worlds most beautiful beaches.., San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Sailing around the worlds most beautiful beaches..

A travel blog entry by alinmattrtw2005

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... , which on our second to last day decided to flood all over my feet with you know what in it - nice - not! The San Blas islands were beautiful, in fact there are no words to describe how stunning they actually are. White powdery sands, hoards of fish, ...

Boat trip to Colombia, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Boat trip to Colombia

A travel blog entry by hildreth75

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... guerrillas. Because of this everyone either takes a boat or a plane. I chose to take a boat because it stopped in the San Blas Islands and figured it would be a good adventure.  Our sail boat was 40 feet long and had 8 backpackers crammed in ...

Un endroit veritablement unique, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Un endroit veritablement unique

A travel blog entry by poledd

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... , accompagnes d'un chauffeur, Gidipi Remi Jillian DD et moi accedont au "pays" des Kuna, le gigantesque parc des San Blas Islands. C'est un magnifique exemple d'une communaute vivant selon ses propres regles et sa propre culture a laquelle le gouvernement ...

Onkel Jan, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Onkel Jan

A travel blog entry by janinger

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Ich bin nochmal Onkel geworden!  *freu* Jetzt muss Johanna ihren Geburtstag doch glatt mit Britta teilen. Oder war es anders herum? Schaut euch mal diese glückliche Familie an! ...

Paradise in the Carribean, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Paradise in the Carribean

A travel blog entry by joules

Upon arrival at the San Blas islands, I decided to sleep up on deck under the stars.  It was an awesome night, and the boat had finally stopped rocking.  When the near full moon came up at midnight, I could see I was gunna enjoy this, but ...

San Blas Islands, Panama, 24 -28th Oct 2007, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

San Blas Islands, Panama, 24 -28th Oct 2007

A travel blog entry by knotty

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Paradise Islands, San Blas, Panama travel blog

Paradise Islands

A travel blog entry by deni367

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... We took a 3 minute boat ride to a nearby small island and set up for a sandwich lunch and lots of sunbathing. The San Blas islands are owned by the Panamanian indigenous group of people called the Kuna (or Guna, depending on who you ask for the ...

A few days in paradise, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

A few days in paradise

A travel blog entry by nloon

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The San Blas trip certainly did not disappoint! The islands are even more amazing than we had imagined-soft white sand, crystal clear turquoise water, coconut trees......all the stuff you see in cartoons :) We spent three days sailing on our Catamaran ...

Sailing Adventure of a Lifetime, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Sailing Adventure of a Lifetime

A travel blog entry by our_oyster

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... ever imagine yourself stranded on a deserted island, a little sandy mound with a single palm tree, you have pictured the islands of the San Blas. Every island is perfect, white sand and palm trees surrounded by crystal blue water. And every once in a ...

Ö-äventyr!, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Ö-äventyr!

A travel blog entry by jakobahman

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... jag skulle följa med på första halvan av resan för att sedan hoppa av på den mest avlägsna bebodda ön i San Blas-ögruppen. Eftersom alla sovplatser egentligen var upptagna så var vår tanke att jag skulle sova på däck ...

Started out a little shaky, but the sun did shine, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Started out a little shaky, but the sun did shine

A travel blog entry by benature

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... sides of my foam mattress with hand and foot to avoid toppling out of bed. So we finally arrive in Chichime, the first group of 3 islands, after 9 hours of sailing.  It was rainy on and off and overcast, but I was still thrilled to be there.  I ...

Voyage to Colombia, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Voyage to Colombia

A travel blog entry by polomuiriu

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... there´s no road, there´s two options, you can fly or for more or less the same price you can sail there via the San Blas Islands. Obviously I was going to go for the second option. The trip started at 5.30am with an early morning 4wd pick up. We were ...

The San Blas Islands - Sailing Cartagena to Panama, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

The San Blas Islands - Sailing Cartagena to Panama

A travel blog entry by steveandjenna

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... the ok from customs and were off! We had two full nights and a day of sailing ahead of us to get to the San Blas Islands (off the coast of Panama) so we all settled in and relaxed. The trip out of the harbour at Cartagena was amazing, seeing the old city ...

Paradise Ne'er Found, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Paradise Ne'er Found

A travel blog entry by mardow

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... thought those islands only existed in movies like The Beach or Blue Lagoon, that is, until we got to the San Blas Islands on the caribbean coast of Panama. The archipelago is made up of about 370 islands, some only big enough to have one palm tree on ...

Sailing Adventure through 365 incredible Islands, San Blas Islands, Panama, Panama travel blog

Sailing Adventure through 365 incredible Islands

A travel blog entry by jfeezy

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San Blas, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

San Blas

A travel blog entry by bron_and_eli

San ...

Tass Tass Tass Tass, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Tass Tass Tass Tass

A travel blog entry by cgavin

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... we felt much better.     We sailed through the night for a total of 30 hours, and we finally reached the islands of San Blas one hour behind the Maritonga.  The water was a beautiful blue green, the sand was soft and white and the islands ...

Felicidad, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Felicidad

A travel blog entry by pablo_salma

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The San Blas Islands is comprised of approximately 378 islands and cays, of which only 49 are inhabited. Colourful reefs and a rich biodiversity of marine animals surround the islands. Our tour went for 4 nights and consisted of 11 legends from all around ...

Fly to San Blas Islands, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Fly to San Blas Islands

A travel blog entry by dwarner

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Karibik-feeling, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Karibik-feeling

A travel blog entry by janinger

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San Blas ist ein Inselatoll in der Karibischen See. 365 Inseln (ja für jeden Tag im Jahr eine) sollen es sein, teilweise so groß, das genau eine Palme darauf steht. Die Insel, die wir besuchten war ein wenig groesser, aber auch in 10 Minuten umrundet. ...

Life in Paradise, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Life in Paradise

A travel blog entry by ness010

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... with a general overview of the area since most people that I´ve met and subsequently told about my plans for travel to San Blas Archipelago - Kuna Yale territory, have just stared somewhat blankly back at me in return. I´ve deduced that nobody really ...

Sailing to Colombia, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Sailing to Colombia

A travel blog entry by guitar1515

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Segeln im Paradies, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Segeln im Paradies

A travel blog entry by weltwanderin

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Archipelago of San Blas - Panama Caribbean, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Archipelago of San Blas - Panama Caribbean

A travel blog entry by rb-travelblog

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... board African Queen. 4 days lapping up the untouched beaches and crystal blue water of the Archipelago San Blas Island - Panama Caribbean... These islands are out of this world and will hopefully remain untouched now that they have been returned to ...

5 Tage Paradies, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

5 Tage Paradies

A travel blog entry by patricia.eifler

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... einer der tollen Inseln mit Aufenhalt und dortiger Übernachtung. Tage 4 - 5: Tour auf offener See Tag UND Nacht Richtung Cartagena. Die San-Blas-Inseln werden von ca. 25.000 Kuna, Indigos aus Panama, bewohnt und selbst verwaltet. Sie leben auf etwa 50 ...

San Blas Islands, Panama, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

San Blas Islands, Panama

A travel blog entry by rosaslovian

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... after loading supplies and fuel, the ship left port at 4:00 AM for the San Blas Islands.  032210:  Somewhere in the San Blas Islands, Panama:  We arrived late morning at a very small island, one of the 49 inhabited out of a total of 378 ...

San Blas Island, Panama, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

San Blas Island, Panama

A travel blog entry by boneleone

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The San Blas island we visited after going through the Panama Canal was too awful to describe in print.  Let’s just say it is an example of how western civilization can ruin a native culture.  It was an over crowded terrible slum of a ...

Kuna Land, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

Kuna Land

A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah

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... moving through calm waters and went upstairs to find that we’d survived the crossing and arrived in the paradise of the San Blas islands.  Frexie at this point got quite excited and as soon as we were anchored jumped in the water and swam to ...

'Franks & Beans' on the Stahlratte, San Blas Islands, Panama travel blog

'Franks & Beans' on the Stahlratte

A travel blog entry by mschwartz

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... bunk beds on the 40 meter Stahratte were pure luxury. We spent the next four days sailing through San Blas and enjoying a few more incredibly beautiful tropical islands, snorkeling, swimming and relaxing, and BBQing on the beach. Most of the 18 guests on ...

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