Off-the-grid. Powered by the tropical sun. Meals from our food forest. Jungle orchestras. Sleeping hammocks. And a negative carbon footprint. This is not what you’re used to and that’s the idea.
Innovation In The Heart of The Panamanian Jungle
Kalu Yala is your basecamp, but the rest of Panama is waiting for you to explore. Though a relatively small territory, Panama has an incredible variety of destinations and environments. You won’t come close to being able to see them all.
An archipelago off the northwest coast of Panama, Bocas del Toro is an eco-tourism favorite with English-speaking and other tourists traveling to this Central American country.
$50 per person per night for a Kalu Yala provided walk-in style, nylon tent with an inflatable mattress, including 3 meals per day. $150 per night (up to 2 people) in a luxury tent with either one king or two twin beds. $80 round trip transportation from Kalu Yala to the city or airport. Activity and tour options vary in physical requirement and length, and they range in price from $20-$50.