My name is Monique and I grew up in a charming little town called Volcán, which lies on the slopes of the only volcano that Panama has, Volcán Barú.
I enjoy walking early in the morning in Gamboa because it is a peaceful town and it is only 45 minutes drive from Panama City and you can hear and watch birds also you can see agoutis and capybaras. If you are lucky, you may see deers.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I specialize on custom-made trips to discover Panama and all of its tropical blessings.""
How did you get involved in travel?
"I got involved in travel because I enjoy my history and geography classes when I was in high school then one of my cousins took me to a hotel to check how it is the work and I liked it."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My trip to Bolivia was amazing because my guides were knowledgable about their history and friendly. The food was delicious and the decorations of the plates were beautiful. "
Featured trips & expertise
Get ready for an active trip to an undiscovered region of Panama that combines beautiful landscapes, exuberant nature, and pleasant weather. On this 11-day multi-sport itinerary, you'll fly through a cloud forest, raft along a river, and trek up a volcano where you can witness two oceans from above before camping under the stars—an unforgettable experience!
Harken back to the days when Panama was rich with colonial ports and pirate invasions on this 8-day itinerary. Starting in the capital, you’ll explore historic neighborhoods, see the Panama Canal by train, and visit ruins of a UNESCO-listed fort. Finish the trip with a catamaran ride in the same waters as the pirates once sailed. You’ll also hike in two national parks laden with exotic birds, monkeys, and tropical plants.
Melding colonial history and bold modernity, the cosmopolitan capital of Panama is a thriving hub in Central America. With this active weeklong itinerary, you'll explore the city's best neighborhoods, boat through the Panama Canal, and take day-trips to nearby national parks and indigenous villages. Finish with a ferry to the Pearl Islands in the Gulf of Panama for a dose of beachy relaxation.