Taste the best of Panama’s flavours on this food tour that gives you a delicious overview of the good life in the city. The tour begins on a bold note with a look into Panama’s world-class coffee industry. Learn about coffee production from finca (farm) to cup as you sample the famous Geisha coffee. Then, you will explore the beautifully restored UNESCO neighbourhood of Casco Viejo (also known as Casco Antiguo). You'll pass by the historic Iglesia de la Merced, as you sample another local treat: chocolate. Taste organic Panamanian chocolate from the Bocas del Toro province, where it is cultivated and produced by the local Ngöbe indigenous peoples.
From here, your itinerary will make a cultural and historical bob and weave through the cobblestone streets of Casco Antiguo. Next up is a local microbrewery, where you’ll sample four of the beers currently on tap. Then, you’ll make your way along the Malecón (the city’s picturesque sea wall), to a local seafood market to taste a national dish: ceviche. A delicate concoction of the freshest seafood, marinated until cooked in a mixture the citric lime juices, onion, and coriander.
To conclude the tour in the best possible way, you will enjoy a cocktail made with Panama’s oldest and finest rum!