• Location: Panama, Panama
  • Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
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Escape the metropolitan madness of Panama City on an exhilarating full-day tour to Soberania National Park and Monkey Island, led by a professional guide. Marvel at a fascinating tableaux of native wildlife as you explore lush jungle replete with thousands of exotic bird species. Climb aboard a boat destined for Monkey Island, a verdant enclave home to many different monkey species, and then visit an authentic Indian village to learn about the area’s rich local culture. Enrich your cultural knowledge on this exhilarating Central American excursion.

Highlights

  • Hike fascinating jungle trails in the dense jungle of Soberania National Park and see exotic species of bird
  • Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
  • Watch playful monkeys frolic in their natural environment at Monkey Island
  • Visit an authentic Indian village to learn about indigenous cultural traditions
  • Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation by luxury coach from Panama City

What You Can Expect

Soberania National Park, Monkey Island and Indian Village from Panama City

Jungle Experience Panama City

Customer Reviews

Emily P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

One of the best tours I've been on. Boat ride and Monkey Islands fun, but visiting authentic indigenous village the best. Gonzo, our guide really knows his stuff about the monkeys, rainforest plants medical uses, and especially the culture and history of the tribe.

Alexandria S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

What a great day! Ross is so knowledge and charming. Everything was really fun and I loved the relaxed pace of the entire day. We say so much fun stuff!!! GREAT VALUE!!

carolinedstringer

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

We had an awesome time with Gonzo checking out Soberania National Park, the monkeys, and the indian village.
Wood recommend anything Gonzo was hosting as he made the tour. His knowledge of the sites and Panama were unparalleled by anyone we met on our trip.

Jonah S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

My wife and I went on this tour Wednesday January 17, 2018 with Gonzolas of Barefoot Panama, who is very knowledgeable, has a great personality and a perfect command of the English language. It was a pleasure spending the day with him and would highly recommend this tour. Thank you again Gonzolas.

Roberta L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

We were picked up at American Trade Hotel in Old Town Panama City. We were driven out of the city about 1/2 hour, past the locks where we boarded a nice, covered fiberglass boat and went onto the Canal to see the islands with the monkeys about 45 minute ride. Because this was north of the dam where they flooded the area, the old hilltops have become islands in Gatun Lake. We were very fortunate and saw all three types: howler, white-face capuchin and tamarin monkeys. Our guide had shelled peanuts and bananas along, a controversial practice, and the capuchin jumped on our boat and entertained us with their fast movements to get peanuts from anyone who was holding them. It was fun, not scary. While the other two types don't come onto the boat, we were very fortunate to see babies on their islands and have them just a few feet from us. Our guide and other guides have told us this is VERY rare. You do not get off the boat so no special shoes are needed. We then turned around and headed back towards our starting point. We took a turn near the starting point and went down a tributary to reach the Wounaan, a tribal village. We got off the boat and entered their village where we learned about their customs, way of life and how they have adjusted to restrictions since their village has been declared part of the national park. We put on insect repellent Bring some with deet. and went for a walk in the jungle to learn about the plants growing along the path. We boarded the boat, went back to the van, stopped for lunch on your own at a food court back in the city and were dropped at the American Trade Hotel by 3:00. The van ride is bumpy so speak up and sit in the front if you have back problems. The boat ride and seeing the monkeys were the highlights. The village visit was our second native village so not as intriguing as the first. Be prepared for mosquitoes. I didn't get a single bite with long sleeves, shorts and sufficient repellent.

Tim M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Great way to spend a day and see the Canal. The tour combines several things, so it is likely to be interesting for the whole family. Monkeys were cute. The Village was very interesting and a walking tour in the jungle with a discussion of plants and trees significant to the natives lifestyles was included. All in all a satisfying experience.

Laura K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

Excellent day with Ross - great tour and boat ride to see monkeys at Soberania National Park and to visit an indigenous village. The tour was excellently coordinated and planned - so easy for us and such a pleasure to spend the day with Ross. Highly Recommend.

Randeep Singh United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

Great Tour with nice tour guides, got some cool pictures.
Thank you guys

Emma S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

Excellent tour with very knowledgeable guide.

pjacobson1

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2017

We recommend this tour to everyone visiting Panama. Our guide was Ross, the very best guide we have ever had We saw the canal, the rain forest, crocodiles, monkeys and natives of the area. Ross gave us a wealth of information covering the history of the canal, how it works, and the history of Panama from gold and pirates and how the natives helped the US military. It was a fascinating tour and everything we expected and more. If you are going to take one tour, this is the one.

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