Meet your guide at your Panama City hotel, and learn about local history and culture as you make your way to Casco Viejo, a historic, walled district that was built after the Privateer Henry Morgan burned the old city to the ground. This is the perfect place to browse local shops filled with bright art, local crafts, jewelry and clothing and get local tips about the neighborhood’s fun bars and restaurants.
Discover a bit of jungle in the heart of the city at Ancon Hill, which commands panoramic views of the city skyline, and visit ‘Mi Pueblito,’ where Panama’s indigenous people bring handicrafts from around the country. Follow the famous Amador Causeway onto a series of four islands that overflow with clubs, shops and bustling cafes overlooking the Panama City waterfront and beaches. Head to Miraflores Locks to learn about the remarkable history and engineering behind the Panama Canal, then watch a ship move slowly through the enormous locks. Finish the day with return transfer to your Panama City hotel.