Camino Real Panama Tours for sustainable development of local communities rainforest conservation and Jaguar habitat protection.
On a boat excursion on Alajuela Lake to the Camino Real of Panama, the lake and sun created a perfect reflection. I just turned the picture 180 degree and created this out-of-the-world scene. Turn it again and you will see the original view.
The Camino Real from Panama City to Portobelo, transited by conquistadores and pirates as they were lured by the Inca gold and silver, was lost for centuries in the jungle. Only since 2008 the original route has been discovered and is today a trail for:
Rainforest and Jaguar Conservation
Community Sustainable Development
Recovery of a potential World Heritage Site
Cultour initiated research and development of sustainable tourism at the Camino Real together with local communities in 2008 and invites YOU to experience this legendary trail!
Camino Real: Experience the legends of Conquistadores, Gold and Pirates!