Educational Travels

Panama, a country of captivating beauty and rich history, is a haven for educational travelers seeking to broaden their horizons and deepen their understanding of the world. From exploring the engineering marvel of the Panama Canal to immersing oneself in the vibrant indigenous cultures of the Emberá and Ngäbe-Buglé communities, Panama offers a multitude of opportunities for experiential learning.

Educational travels in Panama can be a great way to learn about the culture, history, and biodiversity of this Central American country. Panama is home to the famous Panama Canal, which connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and is a marvel of engineering and diplomacy. Panama also has a rich diversity of wildlife, with over 10,000 species of plants and animals, many of them endemic to the region. Educational travels in Panama can offer students the opportunity to explore the natural and cultural wonders of this fascinating country.

Our specialty

For over a decade, Panamá al Natural has been at the forefront of organizing educational travels that foster meaningful connections between students and local communities. Through carefully crafted itineraries and immersive experiences, Panamá al Natural has enriched lives by bridging cultural divides and promoting understanding and appreciation for diverse perspectives.

Our deep-rooted commitment to responsible tourism practices has not only benefited local communities but has also instilled a sense of environmental stewardship among participants. By fostering cross-cultural dialogues and promoting sustainable travel, Panama al Natural has made a lasting impact on the lives of countless individuals, leaving a legacy of enriched perspectives and a stronger appreciation for the interconnectedness of our global community.

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Panama Highlights

Panama Canal

The Panama Canal is one of the most important waterways in the world, and it plays a vital role in global trade. Students can learn about the canal’s history, construction, and operation, and they can also see how it is used to transport agricultural products around the world.


Panama is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, and it is home to a wide variety of plants and animals. Students can learn about Panama’s biodiversity by visiting rainforests, cloud forests, and mangroves. They can also visit research institutions that are studying the country’s unique flora and fauna.


Panama has a thriving agricultural sector, and it is a major exporter of products such as bananas, coffee, and sugar. Students can learn about Panama’s agricultural industry by visiting farms, plantations, and processing facilities. They can also learn about the challenges and opportunities facing Panamanian farmers.


Panama is committed to sustainable development, and it is a leader in the region in terms of renewable energy and environmental protection. Students can learn about Panama’s sustainability initiatives by visiting eco-friendly farms, hotels, and other businesses. They can also learn about the challenges and opportunities of sustainable development in a tropical country.

Additional activities

In addition to these specific highlights, students can also learn about the following in a short-term travel course to Panama:

Panama’s History

The history and culture of Panama, including its indigenous peoples and its colonial and post-colonial eras


The geography and climate of Panama, and how they impact the country’s natural resources and economy

Socio-economic challenges

The social and economic challenges facing Panama, and how the country is working to address them