Save up to $603 by booking Flight + Hotel.
Search 590,000 properties and 550 airlines worldwide.
Search over a million flights, hotels, packages, and more
Find even more savings with Expedia by pairing your accommodation and flight bookings. This has to be one of the most straightforward ways to save. You just pick your flights and your preferred hotel and combine them together in one package. Use the extra money while you are in San Carlos.
By taking advantage of a deal, you save up to $603.
In a matter of just a few minutes you can book everything you and your friends will need for your next trip via our enormous worldwide database. Browse some 400 partner airlines and 321,000 hotels from all over the world.
There's no time like right now to begin planning your San Carlos trip, with some of the cheapest prices and deals at Expedia.
You can cancel or change almost any booking and you won't pay a cancellation fee to us.
Panama City, the national capital, is located roughly 45 miles to the northeast of San Carlos.
Dip your toes in the sparkling water at one of the local beaches. Go to Taboga Beach, 35 miles to the northeast, or Coronado Beach, 8 miles to the east.
Pull on some comfy shoes and discover the magic at Chorro Macho Waterfall, located 13 miles from San Carlos. Another great option is Sleeping Indian Girl, which is 13 miles away.
Santa Clara Beach and Farallon Island are some worthwhile attractions in Las Guias Oriente, a locality 7 miles from San Carlos. La Laguna is another great option. It's about 8 miles away, and is the location of El Nispero Zoo and Botanical Garden and Sunday Market.
El Valle de Anton is 12 miles to the northwest of San Carlos. This regional hub is known for Serpentarium, El Chorro Macho and La Piedra Pintada. If you're after more, some other good options are Chorro de las Mozas and Chorro El Macho.
Be sure to satisfy your taste buds with a tour of this region's cafés and restaurants.
To discover the real essence of the region, make sure to seek out local ingredients like rice and plantains.
Tamales (corn dough rolls) and corvina (baked fish) are standard dishes for visitors and locals alike.
Order some raspados (ice topped with sweet syrup) after you have finished your meal. This divine dessert is sure to go down a treat.
Balboa is a much-loved beer. Head on down to the nearest watering hole, sit back and give it a try!
Whatever the time of day, you can always have a non-alcoholic resbaladera (chilled barley and rice drink),
Getting your tongue around some everyday Spanish phrases can often be the bridge between merely scratching the surface and a dip into the heart of a place's culture. Buenas noches is the Spanish way of saying good evening. Bien gracias, ¿y tú? is also useful. It means fine thanks, and you.
If you're here on the Independence Day, you'll be able to take part in the festive fun of Independence Day, a day of national celebration.
You've had a blast, met lots of new friends and probably taken more photos than you know what to do with. When the time arrives to get rid of your last balboas and bid "Hasta la vista" to Panama, chances are you'll already be planning a return trip!
If you're wondering exactly where you would find the nearest airport, it's roughly 45 miles to the northeast.
Short and long stay accommodation options in San Carlos can be sparse. Before you leave, browse the current range on Expedia's easy-to-use San Carlos lodging guide.