Las Ceibas Overview
Awaken your Senses…
Las Ceibas is a breathtaking hour walk from Capurgana, a small fishing village that boasts of a hopping nightlife on the weekends. A short boat ride away from Capurgana is La Miel, Panama, the first successful European settlement on the mainland of the Americas, in 1510. From there, take a 30 minute hike across to border back into Colombia, to the picturesque beach town of Sapzurro.
Nestled in Bahia Aguacate, literally “Avocado Bay” this gem of a destination is truly where the jungle meets the sea. Set amidst palm trees and lush tropical forest, Bahia el Aguacate offers amazing ocean views with craggy rock outcroppings against a backdrop of dazzling blue waters and bluer skies.
This corner of the continent is reachable only by plane or speedboat, so this spot has retained its rugged beauty.
If you are looking to feel the sun, swim in crystal blue waters and hear only the sounds of the waves and the ocean breeze, Bahia el Aguacate is the destination for you!
- Transportation from Capurgana airport or Bahia Aguacate pier to eco lodge – luggage service
- Welcome beverage
- All breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Unlimited coffee and tea
- Afternoon of snorkeling and kayaking
- Day trip to Sapzurro and La Miel – Lunch included
- Day trip to Playa Soledad – Lunch included
- Eco trek to La Mora
- Local guide for all tours
- Any tours or amenities not mentioned above
- Transportation to and from Capurgana
- Delicious meals cooked and served in outdoor kitchen and dining area
- Fresh water river near by with fabulous swimming holes
- Option to borrow mountain bikes to explore the coastline – no additional cost
- Hosts have created sustainable water system on site and use bacteria to process waste water – tour of these available upon request.
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- Eco trek to Playa Amarilla
- Day trip to Capurgana
- Tour to discover the world of the Cuna Natives
- Tour of Islas de San Blas
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