AuthentiC emberá Village Tours

Check out our traditional Emberá Indigenous village tours while you are here in Panama.  Whale Watching Panama founder, Anne Gordon de Barrigón married into the Emberá tribe in 2004.  Our tours are run by Anne and her Emberá husband, Otniel.  You will meet their family and learn an insider's experience living among the Emberá tribe, deep in the rainforest of Panama.  These tours can be easily done in one day or overnight from Panama City.

Whale Watching Panama


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Humpback whale season in Panama is July 1 - October 15.   Now is the time to plan your whale watching day tour with us.


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Gray Whale Trip

Join us March 16-22, 2019 for a trip to meet the friendly Gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon in Baja Mexico.  Plus an optional 1 day Blue whale watching tour from Loreto and 2 days of swimming with Whale sharks in La Paz.  Led by Anne Gordon de Barrigón and Linda Johns.  Group meditations and animal communications will be held daily to share the wisdom from the whales.

Dolphins

Here in Panama we have resident pods of Pantropical spotted dolphins, Pacific bottlenose dolphins, Short-beaked common dolphins and Spinner dolphins and more.

Tours

1 day Semi-Private or Large boat tours. Multiple day tours and 5 day spiritual Whale and Dolphin Wisdom Retreats.  

The Original Whale Watching Company in Panama  

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Responsible whale Watching

We are dedicated to offering Educational, Respectful, Responsible, and Fun whale and dolphin tours.   We  interact with Whale and Dolphin Watch operators around internationally to promote responsible whale and dolphin watching worldwide.

Humpback whales

Did you know that Panama is the only place in the world where Humpback whales from both the Northern and Southern hemispheres come to breed and give birth?

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​​​Whale Watching Panama Day, Multiple Day tours and retreats

Why Panama?

Panama is the only place in the world where Humpback whales from both the Northern and Southern hemispheres come to breed and give birth.  In our peak season July-October we have over 2,000 whales with a 99% chance to see them.  Panama is so much more than a canal with rainforests, rich biodiversity, culture and history.