See the best of Panama City — from sea level to hilltop, canal to islands — on this full-day sightseeing tour with a knowledgeable local guide, who will regale you with all kinds of insider information about the city’s history, culture and attractions. Watch the captivating process of moving ships through the Panama Canal at the Miraflores Locks; enjoy views of the city from the top of Ancón Hill; visit a local market; see the Bridge of the Americas from the Amador Causeway; and take a walking tour through the Casco Viejo district, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This day tour is limited to 12 people, providing a small-group experience.
• 7.5 hours
This unique tour of the Panama Canal goes from the Pacific to the Atlantic ocean as you see the canal from the water and by foot. An exciting boat ride down the canal will introduce you to the transiting ships as well as the abundant wildlife on its shores, followed by a visit to Fort San Lorenzo and the new Agua Clara Locks.
• 9 hours
See for yourself how the Panama Canal works as you transit the Miraflores Locks, one of three locks used along the canal. The construction of the canal was one of the largest and most difficult engineering projects ever undertaken at the time, and it made an enormous impact on shipping in the region. This is an amazing sightseeing cruise not to be missed!
• 6 hours
In this tour that departs from central Panama City you will get up close with the Panama Canal and the abundance of wildlife on its shores. You will take a cruise in a boat right next to the transiting ships and visit islands in Gatun Lake that are full of wildlife.
• 3 hours
Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of Panama City and experience the jungle. Visit Soberania National Park and Monkey Island before stopping at an authentic Indian village to spend some time with the locals. This is a unique glimpse into the real Panama and only a day trip away from Panama City!
• 7.5 hours
Visit the Caribbean Rainforest, learn the San Lorenzo Fort history and observe the new Panama Canal Locks. Panama is home to 159 species of mammals, 98 species of reptiles, and 65 amphibious species. Among these are monkeys, sloths, anteaters, spider and caimans, crocodiles, and many snakes. This rainforest is an ecological paradise not to be missed! There are many stops included for photo opportunities. The tour continues on to the ruins of San Lorenzo Fort which is famous for repelling attacks by all the pirates of the Caribbean for almost 75 years, our guide will expalin the history behind the famous ruins. Then you will stop at the new Canal Expansion: Agua Clara where you will observe how work the new Canal system with super tanker and big cargos ships transiting the new locks.
• 7 hours
Eat and drink your way through Panama City’s historic Casco Viejo district, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed old quarter, which dates back to the 1670s and is now home to some of the city’s hippest food and drink joints. With a knowledgeable guide, visit a coffee roastery, a chocolate shop, a microbrewery, a seafood market and a rooftop cocktail bar, sampling culinary delights as you go. In addition, while you move from place to place, you’ll get a walking tour of the neighborhood and its historical landmarks. This culinary adventure is limited to 12 people, giving you a small-group experience.
• 2 hours
Experience a Panama Canal Full Transit Tour navigating from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean in one day. Enjoy the comfort of being in a small vessel and get really close to the Panama Canal's operation.
• 12 hours
Enjoy the highlights of Panama City and the Canal in approximately 6 hours by visiting:Ancon Hill and Bridge of the Americas. This is a drive through at Ancon hill where you will find the administration building of the canal, the monument to the students killed in 1964 by the MP'S and the head to the view point at the bridge of the Americas.Note: about Ancon hill; If you have your own group that wants to climb the hill it is posible, then we skip the bridge of the Americas. This means a hiking of 80 minutes up and down.Miraflores Locks Visitor Center (Panama Canal)Casco Viejo: Colonial city built in 1673; today in the process to be restoredAmador Causeway: artificial road built by the american military forces to protect the canal entrances or exits on both ends.
• 6 hours
This 4-hour tour is the easiest way for you to have close-up contact with monkeys such as white-face, howlers and geoffrey´s tamarine.
• 4 hours