Innovation In The Heart of The Panamanian Jungle
THE FUN DOESN’T STOP IN KALU
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.
BOCAS DEL TORO
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.
Nestled in the highlands of the fertile province of Chiriquí in western Panama, Boquete is a town of about 6,000 people and a retirement haven for expats looking for a simpler lifestyle.
A tropical island with just one road and no traffic, Isla Taboga is a pleasant escape from the rush of Panama City, only 20 km offshore surrounded by beautiful beaches. Named the ‘Island of Flowers,’ it is covered with sweet-smelling blossoms much of the year.
An archipelago comprising approximately 365 islands/cays, of which only 49 are inhabited and lie off the north coast of the Isthmus of Panama, east of the Panama Canal.
Known for lively annual carnivals, pristine beaches, and activities such as sport fishing, diving and surfing, as well as its proximity to several of Panama’s national parks and preserves.
Most popular for its carnivals, folklore, traditions, friendly people, great weather and Spanish culture. It is also the economic center for this agricultural region where residents from the neighboring districts and small towns go to do business or go shopping.
THE PEARL ISLANDS
A stunning archipelago only 30 miles from Panama City, Las Perlas is the perfect island getaway for anyone, from divers to luxury resort-goers. Additionally, there are areas for hiking and bike-riding on the islands, as well as luxury hotels and restaurants.
$70 PER PERSON PER NIGHT FOR A KALU YALA PROVIDED WALK-IN STYLE, NYLON TENT WITH AN INFLATABLE MATTRESS, INCLUDING 3 MEALS PER DAY. ACTIVITY AND TOUR OPTIONS VARY IN PHYSICAL REQUIREMENT AND LENGTH, AND THEY RANGE IN PRICE FROM $20-$50. PLEASE CONTACT US AT CAMP@KALUYALA TO REQUEST MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TRANSPORTATION.
BASIC ACCOMMODATIONS ARE PRIVATE, WALK-IN, NYLON TENTS AND COST $70 PER PERSON PER NIGHT. AIR MATTRESSES ARE STANDARD. YOU WILL ESSENTIALLY ONLY SLEEP AND STORE YOUR THINGS HERE. BATHROOMS ARE LOCATED IN SEPARATE FACILITIES.
FONDA LA FINCA IS KALU YALA’S HOUSE RESTAURANT, SERVING FAMILY STYLE MEALS TO ALL GUESTS ON THE PROPERTY FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AND DINNER. 80% OF THE FOOD COMES FROM OUR FARM OR THE LOCAL AREA.
CONTACT CAMP@KALUYALA.COM TO RECEIVE MORE INFORMATION ON TRANSPORTATION.
KALU YALA IS OFF-THE-GRID, BUT WE PROVIDE CAMPSITE STYLE FLUSH TOILETS AND SHOWERS. ALTERNATIVELY, WE ALSO HAVE COMPOSTING TOILETS AVAILABLE AND BEAUTIFUL RIVERS TO RINSE OFF IN AFTER A LONG DAY.