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Join a life-altering Jaguar tracking expedition deep in the Darien Gap region of Panama. Led by naturalist Ricardo Moreno, the 10-day tracking adventure aims to trap a jaguar responsibly in order to attach an electronic collar. Through the tracking of jaguars, researchers learn about their behaviours, movements, and better understand the best ways of effective conservation of jaguar populations.
Arrive Panama Tocumen Airport and transfer to Panama City luxury hotel.
Helicopter flight from Panama City to our Darien Gap base camp.
Trekking excursions from base camp to one or both of Pirre Mountain and Guayavio (Colombian border) to implement the jaguar trapping/electronic collar project.
Return trek from Darien to Boca de Cupe village, followed by dugout canoe to Yaviza, followed by a drive to Panama City and transfer to luxury hotel. Dinner and evening in Casco Viejo historic district, Panama City. Depart following day.
|Climate(s)||Equatorial, Monsoon, Tropical|
|Major Airport(s):||Panama Tocumen International Airport (PTY)|
|Economic Driver(s):||International Trade, Tourism|