This glass-domed train takes passengers on a lovely ride from Panama City to Colón on weekdays, departing at 7:15am and returning at 5:15pm. The train follows the canal, at times engulfed by dense vine-strewn jungle…
A reliable local company that operates year-round and specializes in air-conditioned transport around the Nicoya Peninsula, and also to the Nicaragua border and other touristic points of interest. On the main drag.
Viajes Don Pedro offers river transportation, including a straightforward half-day return trip from Sayaxché to Aguateca, charging Q700 for up to five people.
This company keeps the schedule for more than a dozen boats that sail between Colombia and Panama. Look online to see photos of the boats, to learn about the captains and to book the trips.
Does sailing trips to Colombia out of Puerto Lindo, Portobelo and El Porvenir. There's an option for a (pricier) private cabin, and the company can cater to special dietary requirements.
This tour company – based at the hostels of the same name in Panama City and Cartagena (Colombia) – organizes sailing trips between the two countries, via San Blas.
A recommended sailing operation with an office in Cartagena (Colombia).
Why get jammed up in a fossil-fuel-guzzling behemoth when you can scoot in and around town on one of these funky electric golf carts? All you need is a valid driver's license and, naturally, a credit card.
From his office on the main street, Captain Jak rents kayaks (BZ$10 per hour), bikes (BZ$20 per day) and golf carts from (BZ$70/100 per half/full day).
This reliable (if pricey) West End agency rents scooters (L930 per day), motorcycles (L1300) and cars (from L1300).