CAMPING IN SAN BLAS


This is one of the most stunning archipelagos in the world. Its barrier reef stretches 200 miles along the coast of the Caribbean Sea. 

You will be able to take in the beautiful scenery of the Dutch Keys during the two-hour outboard motor boat ride to the first islet.

Morodup Island is the last island in the Dutch Keys. It is named after the Guna word moro for an animal that resembles a large turtle. Years ago some Guna indians used to keep moros as pets.

Galubir Island, which means Island of the Spirits or Land of the Spirits in the native tongue, is the largest island in this region.

It takes about 45 minutes to travel from the first to the last island.

Most of the islands are deserted, providing an experience equivalent to the show Survivor. To stay overnight on these islands you'll need to bring tents for camping.

The waters of the Dutch Keys teem with barracuda, mackerel, grouper, snapper, and other fish of varying sizes, lobsters, turtles, octopus, squid, mollusks, and a diversity of life forms abound year-round.

Our group visiting from Canada tells us more about their experience:

It is interesting to go camping outdoors. At night we can make campfires, spend time with friends, or entertain ourselves with our cell phones or laptops, like downloading the game Geometry Dash.


What did you like about San Blas?

The beaches and the fact that the water is clean.


Would you recommend San Blas as a vacation spot?

Undoubtedly, the best thing about it is to go camping outdoors.