Take in the highlights of UNESCO-listed Panama City on this private full-day shore excursion from Colon Cruise Port. Admire the views from Ancon Hill; stroll along the Amador Causeway; see the Bridge of the Americas and the Panama Canal; and explore the atmospheric Old Town on a walking tour. Port pickup and drop-off is included.
Visit the Caribbean Rainforest, learn the San Lorenzo Fort history and observe the new Panama Canal Locks.
Panama is home to 159 species of mammals, 98 species of reptiles, and 65 amphibious species. Among these are monkeys, sloths, anteaters, spider and caimans, crocodiles, and many snakes. This rainforest is an ecological paradise not to be missed! There are many stops included for photo opportunities. The tour continues on to the ruins of San Lorenzo Fort which is famous for repelling attacks by all the pirates of the Caribbean for almost 75 years, Your guide will expalin the history behind the famous ruins. Then you will stop at the new Canal Expansion: Agua Clara where you will observe how work the new Canal system with super tanker and big cargos ships transiting the new locks.
Enjoy one of the most spectacular train rides in the world with this excursion via the Interoceanic Railway along the Panama Canal from Panama City to the port of Colón. Take in lush jungle landscapes and spot wildlife like gato solo monkeys and tropical butterflies along the scenic trip to the Atlantic coast, and then explore the historic San Lorenzo Fortress with your guide for insights into its rich history.
Paddle a kayak up the Chagres River on this adventure tour from Panama City. Cross the Gatun Locks in a ferry, then transfer to kayak for a paddle through the dense jungle to Fort San Lorenzo. Along the way, listen to enlightening commentary on the history and environment of the area from your guide. Lunch, snacks, and use of all equipment provided.
This tour offers an amazing day combo tour of our famous aerial trams that ascend 280 feet above the white-faced capuchin monkeys, with the forest Miraflores Visitor Centre showing the famous Panama Canal. A sandwich, fruit, and water are included.
Start the journey at the historic Meliá Panama Canal hotel, located at the Gatun Lake in the province of Colon. During your stay, you can use the hotel's swimming pool, kayaks and stroll through its spectacular gardens and trails.
At the beginning of the afternoon, you will sail by catamaran through the Gatun Lake to visit the Embera Nepono Puru indigenous community, where you will experience this native culture, its roots and traditions. Subsequently, you will tour the banks of the Gatun Lake to enjoy its lush vegetation and fauna, watching closely various birds, monkeys, sloths, crocodiles and others.
Includes: guide, lunch with non-alcoholic drink (one drink per person) and use of facilities.
Does not include transportation to and from Colon. Private transportation available at extra cost.
Every wondered what it felt like to be a an Embera Indian this adventure is more than a tour it will transport you into their lives. Dating right back to when Columbus came to the Americas, this day includes the Miraflores Visitor Centre, a center whose exhibitions focus on the famous Panama Canal.