Experience the culture and beauty of the Caribbean side of Panama, where pirates and Spanish conquistadors roamed, on this full-day tour of Portobelo from Panama City. Visit Spanish forts which are now protected as UNESCO World Heritage sites, swim in the Caribbean, see the so-called black Christ, and enjoy a traditional lunch (not included).
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
Once in a lifetime experience! Sailing in the Panama Canal and visiting Islands along the Gatun Lake getting first hand touch with wildlife in the ¨Belly button¨of the world. Minimum number of travelers (2). “Solo traveler” option available.
Born and raised in Panama, I am part of the last generation of "zonians", or people that lived in the Canal Zone when the Americans were here. We will drive through the Canal Zone and I will give you first hand accounts of how life used to be before the turnover. I have a degree in Anthropology, my tours explore the culture and history of Panama. I am passionate about Monkey Island, and can teach you the best monkey calls! We will beat the crowds by visiting the monkeys at sunset, instead of in the morning.
My parents were anthropologists in the 70's, living deep in the Darien rainforest for 11 years. I maintain a very close relationship with their extended family in the Wounaan community, and hope you will see and appreciate the beauty in their culture that I see.
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.
Discover the engineering wonder that is the Panama Canal on this private day tour from Panama City. Designed for those who are interested in an in-depth look at the whole canal, this tour features the new locks and old locks, the Centennial Bridge, both the Pacific and Caribbean sides (by car), and Gatun Dam. You'll ride a ferry across the new locks in Colon, admire original doors from 1914, and you may be able to drive through the old and new locks. Note, this tour does not go through the locks by boat.
During your visit to Panama City, visit the famous Panama Canal, an artificial waterway that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, on this all-day tour. Board the Panama Canal Railway and travel a scenic route toward the Colon station (train tickets included in tour price). After arriving at the canal, stop at the Agua Clara Canal Lock Center for panoramic views, followed by the Fort San Lorenzo Chagres National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Visit the amazing paradaise of San Blas Islands by your own time and rules. You will have a PRIVATE Comfortable car 4x4 only for you. Once you arrive to the port you will have your own PRIVATE capitan and boat, you can choose the time you want to spend in each of the 3 islands.
Kayaks, Snorkel mask, life jacket will be provided.
Self guided tour. Once you book we will provide all info needed so you can explore by your own, please notice there are no english-speaking guides in this tour.
Under request we can provide towels, beach chairs ** limited quantity.**
Minimum 2 people
Born and raised in Panama, I am part of the last generation of "zonians", or people that lived in the Canal Zone when the Americans were here. We will drive through the Canal Zone and I will give you first hand accounts of how life used to be before the turnover. I have a degree in Anthropology, my tours explore the culture and history of Panama. I am passionate about Monkey Island, and can teach you the best monkey calls! My parents were anthropologists in the 70's, living deep in the Darien rainforest for 11 years. I maintain a very close relationship with their extended family in the Wounaan community, and hope you will see and appreciate the beauty in their culture that I see.
Between the months of June to November, the Pacific Coast of Panama is the scenario of one of the great wonders of nature: the migration of humpback whales in their path of more than 5,000 miles (8,000 km approx.) from both the Arctic and Antarctica, looking for warm waters to mate, calve and raise their young.
In this private boat tour, you'll depart from Panama City to the Pearl Islands archipelago (1 hour and a half travel distance). You will have the opportunity to not only watch the whales but to practice some fishing, snorkeling or simply hit several beaches and do island hopping in this spectacular paradise that is the archipelago. You'll be onboard our Proline 27', a powerboat that has a private enclosed bathroom, shade, a nice sofa with cushions in the bow with a secondary convertible shade, freshwater tank to rinse, professional marine stereo within other extras. Because of its size and maneuverability, it offers better chances to get close enough of the whales.
8 to 10 hrs
PRIVATE TOUR: PRICE IS PER VEHICLE - HOLDS 1-4 PASSENGERS.
Travel with a style and comfort in our private and luxury executive Mercedes S-class sedan with our highly trained, professional chauffeur and let us be part of your special day! In our Lao Valley, Ocean Vodka & Lavender Farm Tour you’ll enjoy three spectacular places on Maui with us in just one day. This is a Private Tour. You're in charge.
Get to know the Embera people and their traditions during this full-day tour from Panama City, Panama. Canoe along the Chagres River through Chagres National Park to reach an Embera community where members are ready to share their traditional dances, music, clothing, and history. Enjoy a lunch of fried fish and patacones (fried plantain discs), then meet handicraft artists and get the chance to buy gifts and souvenirs.
Join us to visit Isla Grande a beautiful tourist destination in the Panamanian Caribbean and enjoy the crystal clear waters that our geography offers in a quiet and relaxing environment, private beach and enjoy the best personalized service with your friends or family.
Our Tour begins picking you up at your lodge at 8 am to head for a bit more than an hour to Altos de Campana National Park, the First natural protected area created in Panama in the 60’s. We will stop at the viewer point to enjoy the wonderfull view of altos de la Cruz and the pacific Ocean. The weather at this point is very nice. The tour continues to Cajones de Chame via the Scenic way to Chica and Sora. Once in Sora, we will board a pick up truck to get to the river (10 minutes away). Once in the wonderful Canyon named Cajones de Chame we will proceed after a brief explanation from our instructor to do a more than 12 mts high rappel. The rest of the day is free at leisure to swim in the clear waters of the river surrounded by its particular rock formations.
Make the most of your time in Panama City with this popular one-day tour option that hits all the highlights. Travel on the Panama Railway Canal, visit the iconic Panama Canal, enjoy a traditional dinner and tour the Causeway of Amador and Old Town on this experience that's ideal for travelers who are short on time and still want to see it all.
Shopping is all the rage at Zona Libre de Colón (Free Zone of Colon), the largest free-trade zone in the Americas and the second-largest in the world. Located just an hour from Panama City in the province of Colón, the shopping district sells products at great prices—all tax-free. Skip the hassle of renting a car or figuring out bus schedules with a full-day guided tour and hotel transport provided.
It is a walk through nature combined with folklore and customs of our indigenous Emberá, we will also visit the waterfall in the middle of the jungle through a small path that will take us only 20 minutes.
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You can experience Colon region in Panama city in a unique way, travelling with a local guide who own a little farm and sells organic products to many nice restaurants in the city.
1.- Fort San Lorenzo.
2.- Crossing Gatun Locks in Panama Canal.
3.- Organic Farm visit with Hordebackriding.
All included: Entry fees, transporation, Organic and local lunch made with ingredients of the farm, drinks and horses.
This excursion takes visitors on a tour of the main attraction of Panama City.
It begins with a panoramic tour along the Cinta Costera, overlooking the Pacific Bay with views of the modern skyline.
We then visit Casco Antiguo, the city’s historic quarter built in 1673, for a tour of the cobblestone streets and picturesque squares framed by colonial architecture. Sites include the San Jose Church and it’s the Altar de oro, Plaza de Francia, Paseo Esteban Huertas, Las Bóvedas (the Vaults) and the Obelisk, which commemorates France’s efforts and losses during the construction of the Panama Canal.
We continue on to the Miraflores Locks to observe the Canal operations and transiting ships (subject to Canal Administration itinerary).
The tour concludes with a drive along the Causeway, which connects four small islands to the mainland, and a visit to the Crafts Market and Duty Free Zone.
Viaje entre los océanos Atlántico y Pacífico durante este recorrido de un día completo por el Canal de Panamá. Con su guía local, explore el canal por mar y a pie, y vea los barcos que pasan por las esclusas,la variedad de plantas y animales en las orillas del canal. Explore el lago Gatún y la isla de los monos, hogar de aulladores, capuchinos y tamarinos. Deténgase en el Centro de Visitantes de Agua Clara Locks para obtener una visión general de la historia del canal a través de exhibiciones informativas y exhibiciones. Explore el Parque Nacional San Lorenzo y el Fuerte San Lorenzo, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, y disfrute de un almuerzo tipo picnic. Se incluyen todas las actividades, entradas, almuerzo y transporte de ida y vuelta desde los hoteles de la ciudad de Panamá. Comer un picnic en el Parque Nacional San Lorenzo Explore el Canal de Panamá desde el Atlántico hasta el Pacífico Vea la vida animal y vegetal nativa que rodea el canal y el lago Gatún .