Indulge your inner foodie on this private excursion to Panama City’s best mom and pop destinations. Choose your ideal departure time—morning and afternoon tours are available—and enjoy a convenient hotel pickup before heading out for complimentary tastings of dishes like sancocho and carimañolas, chicheme and tamales, local beer and coffee, sopa de pata and ceviche.
Panama is located in a tropical region that has the perfect climate for cultivating many fresh foods. On this foodie-focused tour, sample five of Panama’s regional offerings including organic chocolate, geisha coffee (among the most expensive in the world), and fresh ceviche from a local seafood market. A short walking tour is included and you will also taste several craft beers and an aged Panamanian rum.
Immerse yourself in the culinary culture of Hawaii on this food-focused tour of Maui. With a guide in the lead, you'll skip the tourist spots and get to taste authentic Hawaiian food, stopping at seven locations to taste 17 dishes. You'll also sample some locally brewed beers and have plenty of time to ask questions about Hawaiian food, drink, and culture.
Experience Panama City nightlife on a tour of the city’s bars and clubs with welcome drinks at every stop. Kick off the night at a chic hangout, then work your way to energetic dance floors with house, Latin, and electronic music. Round-trip hotel transfers take the stress out of finding transport in unfamiliar areas, and you’ll meet a fun mix of locals and fellow travelers as you explore.
Panamá has a thriving culinary scene that many are unaware of. This tour will allow you to taste some local flavors with the modern twist of gastronomy and fusion that will make your tastebuds dance. All restaurants are within walking distance to another giving you time to process the food and work up an appetite for the next stop. Get a great variety of tastes on this unique culinary tour where we open your eyes and mouth to Panamá's Gastronomy scene.
Enjoy an evening of live music and dancing at a folkloric dinner show in Panama City. You’ll see traditional attire from cotton 'pollera' dresses to hand-made hats as you dine on Panamanian cuisine; it’s an invitation to experience a vibrant part of local culture that would be easy to miss in the modern streets of the capital city.
We will start with a tasty walk by the chocolate factory where, through chocolate bars, you will learn about the identity, culture, history and traditions of the country. You will be told about the history and work in the factory, the ingredients of each bar and will be albe to taste each type of chocolate and even help to create them. After this visit, we will continue with the second stop at the Museum and Factory Panama Reporsa, where old civilizations, cultural traditions and natural treasures of Panama come alive in gold and silver. You will see how prehispanic master pieces are done with the same method old goldsmith used. After a video presentation, you will watch a casting and be able to try to use the sandblast technique.