Spend a day or overnight in a virgin rain forest with the Emberá, one of Panama's indigenous peoples. An immersion program called Families Unplugged is also offered. The journey begins in a dugout canoe (30-60 minutes depending on water depth) to the village where music, tribal lore, lunch and informal conversations await. After lunch, village elders lead a short hike in which medicinal plants are discussed. The overnight allows more time for swimming in the river, exploring, or just hanging out in a hammock. Fees start at $250 for one on a day trip and $300 overnight but decrease if more in your party. Children 5-12, half price; under five, free.