On this full day history, encounter the outstanding colonial and indigenous history of Nata de los Caballeros and the El Caño archaeological site. Explore one of the oldest colonial cities on the Pacific coast, dating back over 500 years. And discover the active archaeological site still revealing the mysteries of the region’s indigenous cultures.
|Number of Travelers||Price Per Person|
|2 - 3||USD $130.00|
|2 - 3||USD $110.00|
|4 - 5||USD $110.00|
|4 - 5||USD $91.00|
|6 - 7||USD $84.00|
|6 - 7||USD $75.00|
|8 or more||USD $75.00|
|8 or more||USD $65.00|
Nata de los Caballeros is one of the oldest Pacific coast colonial cities on the American continent. Named for both an indigenous king by the same name (Natá), and a group of Spanish knights (los caballeros) sent to the region by King Carlos V, the city was among founded over 500 years ago, and boasts outstanding examples of both indigenous and colonial history.
On this El Caño and Nata de los Caballeros full day tour, you’ll visit the Santiago Abostile Basilica and the San Juan de Dios Chapel, two outstanding Spanish colonial structures dating back over half a millennia.
Just 10 minutes from Nata, you’ll visit the El Caño archaeological site where you’ll encounter stunning carved faces, columns, and large monuments dating back to approximately 800 BCE. A recent dig unearthed large, aristocratic tombs that led to the discovery of the Cocle culture that lived in the region between 700 and 100 BCE.
On this El Caño and Nata de los Caballeros full day tour, encounter the outstanding colonial and indigenous history of this stunning region.
Start/End Location: Hotel pick-up/drop-off in Panama or Santiago
Duration: 5 hours
Availability: January to April
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