Lake Gatun forms a major part of the Panama Canal, and on this guided boat tour from Panama City, you’ll be able to explore it. During the boat ride, spot different wildlife surrounding the lake, such as sloths, monkeys, iguanas, crocodiles, birds, and more. After lunch, you’ll have the option to take a drip in a spring-fed natural pool, kayak in the lake, or go fishing.
Capture the rich nature and wildlife of Panama’s Gatun Lake like a professional photographer on this guided excursion. Learn to use a DSLR camera with a 150-600 mm telephoto lens on this journey to Gatun Lake and shoot amazing photos of Capuchin and spider monkeys, iguanas and crocodiles, flowers and butterflies. Take your images home with you on an SD card and enjoy a complimentary tour video.
Unleash your inner adventurer and climb aboard this aerial tram for a ride through the Gamboan forest canopy. During this 1-hour excursion from Panama City, glide through the treetops with a naturalist guide, whose enlightening commentary will highlight the flora and fauna of the region. Disembark at Cerro Pelado and climb the Observation Tower for panoramic views of Soberania National Park, the Chagres River and some native Emberá villages.
Discover the rich variety of ecological attractions during this activity in Gamboa. Learn about the unique plant and animal life native to this area of Panama through visits to a butterfly farm, a frog pond and an orchid nursery. See Peristeria elata, the national flower of Panama, among dozens of other native species. Walk through a butterfly habitat that is home to over 20 endemic species and witness territorial disputes between tiny, colorful dart frogs at the frog pond. Round-trip transportation is included. The Gamboa Wildlife Rescue Center will allow you to see animals that were rescued by the Pan American Conservation Association. Finally, visit the Sloth Sanctuary and get up close to the slow-moving marsupials.