Ferry Las Perlas
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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

Open Ticket?

Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Ferry Las Perlas

Ferry Las Perlas operate fast ferry crossings in the Gulf of Panama connecting Panama City to the archipelago of the Pearl Islands, in Central America.

Ferry Las Perlas is a young Panamanian company offering a very modern service for locals and a growing number of visitors.

Their regular services offer direct transportation from the Trump Tower in downtown Panama to the islands of Saboga, Contadora and Viveros. Crossings take around 90 minutes. Ferry Las Perlas guarantee you a peaceful trip with their high tech catamarans, purpose built for sailing in the Gulf of Panama.

On board you will find LCD television screens, a bar-café and restrooms. Aside from seating areas equipped with air conditioning, you can also enjoy the sun deck and beach chairs to top up your tan!

Pearl Islands are a wildlife paradise home to several species of birds and turtle nesting beaches. The Crystalline waters of Saboga Island are the place to be for whale and dolphins lovers - frequent visitors of the archipelago.

In addition to their ferry services, Ferry Las Perlas propose activities such as snorkelling, fishing and tours to the Panama Bay Canal. In Viveros Island, Ferry Las Perlas offer day trips packages offering you luxury facilities in a brand new resort.

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