Take a partial transit cruise on the Panama Canal and journey through the Miraflores Locks. Marvel at this incredible feat of engineering as your ship is raised up to 54 feet (16 meters), enabling Pedro Miguel's lake to fill the chambers where the vessel is locked. On this half-day trip, enjoy Panama City sights and travel along Amador Causeway during the drive from your hotel.
Travel between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans during this full-day tour of the Panama Canal. With your local guide, explore the canal by sea and on foot, viewing the ships passing through the locks and the variety of plant and animal life on the canal's shores. Explore Gatun Lake and Monkey Island, home to howlers, capuchins, and tamarins. Stop at the Agua Clara Locks Visitor Center to get an overview of the canal's history through informative displays and exhibits. Explore San Lorenzo National Park and Fort San Lorenzo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy a picnic lunch. All activities, entrance fees, lunch, and round-trip transportation from Panama City hotels are included.
This is the most complete tour of Panama City that you can find ever!You will make an incredible visit to the Panama Canal with the best explanation that will help you to know in depth, not only the technical operation and the History of the Panama Canal, but also, the true meaning that this great work of modern engineering represents for the Panamanians and for the entire World.Enjoy the Amador Causeway and the spectacular view of the city from the islands that were once occupied by US military bases, and that today are incredible tourist attractions for locals and foreigners.Enjoy a unique walk through the narrow streets of the city of San Felipe, also known as the Old Town.Everything, with the incomparable service, enthusiasm and great professionalism that only CONOZCA PANAMA PRIMERO TOURS can offer you.
Experience Gatun Lake’s spectacular wildlife and rich culture on this half-day excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, travel by boat to an island chain in the middle of the Panama Canal that Howlers and other monkey species call home. Learn about these fascinating primates from an informative guide before continuing to an Embera indigenous village where you’ll enjoy a delicious traditional lunch and watch a live music and dance performance.
Combine nature, history, and technology on a full-day tour from Panama City that includes hotel pickup and drop-off, refreshments, and transport. Watch for wildlife on a scenic trip through the rainforest, visit the UNESCO-listed San Lorenzo Fort, then see the Panama Canal extension that moves New Panamax super tankers through a series of enormous locks.
Inmerse in the Guna Ayala Culture, learn how they live in the most amazing carribean paradaise, witness the traditional dance in largest community of San Blas Islands and at the same time enjoy a beach day in the top 4 Islands.-Visit Island Aguja, Perro Chico, Pelicano and the natural swimming pool.- Unique Experience of the Traditional dance in the largest community in San Blas, bring home a hancrafted bracelet.- Taste traditional food - catch of the day with rice and salad.We offer umbrellas, beach chairs, Kayaks, Paddel board, Snorkel mask, Volleball, Traditional dance (Friday to Sunday) and lots of fun.We support the local community, San Blas is a Indigenous protected zone, all our staff are local Gunas for Transportation, Boat, Food etc.. you will exprience how they live and learn about their way of life. You can disconnect from the daily routine and have great time with your friends or family.
Encountering traditional Embera communities in Chagres National Park is a memorable part of exploring Panama, but visiting the park with a large group can feel impersonal. Choose a private tour to set your own pace as you cruise a jungle river, hike to a waterfall, and see a performance of traditional song and dance, with round-trip transport from Panama City in the comfort of a private vehicle.
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Enjoy a guided sightseeing excursion in Panama’s vibrant capital city. After a convenient hotel pickup, experience one of the world’s great engineering marvels, the Panama Canal, at Miraflores Visitor Center. Take a walking tour of the city’s historic district, Casco Viejo, marvel at the Bridge of the Americas, and stop by the handicraft market at Amador Causeway to pick up some souvenirs.
Do you want to know Panama City from a different perspective? Here we go! You’ll have the best picture of this cosmopolitan city, knowing the history, the costumes, the magnificent Panama Canal Locks and all the “must go places”. We’ll do a walking tour around “Casco Antiguo “ the Old Town of Panama which nowadays is the heart of our History but also the soul of the gastronomy, social life, all in one. Miraflores Locks will show the “engine” of our economy, the “bridge of the world”. Impressive engineering and unforgettable experience. Amador Causeway is the entrance of the Panama Canal. it’s a special place where you’ll have the BEST views of the city from a beautiful marina with excellent choices for food and drinks. During the whole tour you’ll be enriched with all kind of information regarding history, culture, funny facts and of course the actuality in Panamá. Our personalized service will give you the chance to get the most out of your time in town. Don’t miss it.
The ruins of Portobelo speak volume of the prosperity of the world heritage site, colonial custom, museum, churches, traditions, forts and the Black Christ. Travel back to the 16th century to learn about Portobelo wealth, geographic position importance and its combined cultures and lifestyles, then come back to the present days to understand the contribution made, its people, culture and wealth. Visit the new locks of the canal (Aguas Claras) a 21st century masterpiece, and to top up your experience take a ride on the over 150 years railroad financed and built by the United States of America, dated from the 19th century the construction of the first transcontinental Railroad in the region; the train takes you from Colon to Panama City and provides an outstanding experience of the canal landscape,lakes,rivers, flora and fauna. We have combined 3 cities to relate the events that took place in 3 different centuries to bring you to uttermost historical experience you might ever have.
It is a personalized and high quality guide service. It's like being with a local friend touring the city. The tour is not limited only to the attractions we offer, we do it according to your tastes and needs.
Immerse yourself in the indigenous Emberá culture during this tour from Panama City. Journey up the Chagres River in a motorized dugout canoe to the Embera Drua village in Chagres National Park. Meet members of the tribe and learn about their way of life in the forest, witness ceremonial dances, and eat a traditional lunch. Round-trip transportation from Panama City is included on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people or fewer to ensure an intimate atmosphere and personalized attention.
An unique experience where you can step back in time on a tour to visit one of the Emberá communities who still live in traditional villages deep in the rainforest of Panamá, besides the Chagres river inside The Soberania National Park. The Emberá people are proud to share their culture and traditions with visitors.
Starting this adventure aboard the Panama Railway is one of the great train journeys in the world. In addition to its colorful history, the railway follows a scenic route through the Isthmus of Panama.Then we invite you invite you to discover the fortresses of the Spaniards on the Atlantic Coast of Panama, you will observe the architectural wonder of the colonial era, the great nature that borders the fortresses.we will walk where the soldiers of the Spanish kingdom were defending the passage through the community of chagres that constitute a magnificent example of the military architecture of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.Later we will visit Portobelo which is a natural port and a village located in the Republic of Panama. It was one of the most important towns in America.At the end we will close with a stop at the famous Playa la Angosta where you can swim in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean of the Panamanian Caribbean
Combine a tour of the Panama Canal’s Miraflores Locks with a walking tour of Panama City’s UNESCO-listed Casco Viejo and a city driving tour to notable landmarks —it’s a full-day of sightseeing at the capital’s top attractions. Admire city views from atop Ancón Hill; visit a local market; see the Bridge of the Americas from the Amador Causeway; and more. This small-group tour runs with a maximum of nine people, ensuring personalized attention from your informative guide.
Get to travel in the first transcontinental railroad. Since 1501, when the Spaniards landed in the Isthmuss of Panamá, Panamá has been a natural transit route to cross from one ocean to the other. The construction began in august 1850 on the mainland around Monkey Hill (Mount Hope).Visit the new locks of the Panama Canal, see the boats go through the Agua Clara Locks and how this new system works.Note: tour not available on January 1, 8, 9; February (carnival, it change every year, you may need to contact us first), November 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 28 and December 8, 24, 25 and 31.
Narrow streets and intimate squares mean that Casco Viejo in Panama City can be tricky to navigate in a vehicle, so it’s the perfect place to explore on foot. Set out with a local guide for a walking tour of Casco Viejo’s vibrant plazas, the colonial-era architecture of the Metropolitan Cathedral, and historic homes in the neighborhood, which is Panama City’s oldest and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Gain valuable insight into the history of Panama City during this tour of Casco Antiguo and the Panama Canal. Get acquainted with the colonial history of the city, founded by French colonists in 1673. At the Miraflores Locks, view the gargantuan ships making their way through the Panama Canal, then visit the four exhibition halls of the Miraflores Visitors Center. All entrance fees and round-trip transportation from Panama City hotels are included.
Experience Panama’s booming capital city like a local on this guided excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, enjoy a delicious traditional lunch and visit the first Spanish settlement in the country, Panama La Vieja. Take a sightseeing tour of Panama City’s vibrant downtown, pick up a souvenir at the indigenous handicraft market, and learn about the country’s rich history and culture at Mi Pueblito Cultural Center.
Panoramic tour of the modern city, then we will visit the Casco Antiguo, a castrato of colonial architecture, the Cathedral and the Altar de Oro, the Miraflores Locks of the Panama Canal, where you can observe the crossing of the boats and we will complement the tour through the 4 exhibition halls in homage to the eighth wonder of the modern world. Later, we will visit the Amador Causeway, the breakwater that the Americans built to protect the navigable course of the Panama Canal. Here doing a short stop at the Duty Free. And for those who wish to take a souvenir the obligatory stop is the craft market