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  • The vast jungle area that is now the Gatun Lake was full of wildlife. As the region was flooded, animals took refuge in the mountains that are now islands. You will slowly cruise the back channels, islands and bays that make up this unique system.
  • Exotic birds, capuchin monkeys, sloths, iguanas, and crocodiles are just a few of the animals that you will see. In the Gatun area you will also have the experience to go through a mile-long tract of humid forest that lies within the Rainforest boundaries. The tram ascends 280 feet over half a mile and ends on a top of a hill.
  • From the observation tower you’ll get great views of the Canal and the Chagres River, as well as the surrounding forested areas of Soberania National Park. After this, visit the flora and fauna exhibitions, shelter of native species, which include a sloth sanctuary.

Price: $145.00 pp 

Departure Time: 12:30 PM

Duration: 5.5 Hours

Includes: transportation by bus, boat ride through Gatun Lake, Aerial Tram experience, naturalist guide, entrance fees to ecological exhibitions and snack.

What to Wear & Bring: comfortable clothing, closed shoes (for walking), hat, sunglasses, and camera.

Minimum: 15pax / Maximum: 80pax


  • Meet the keepers of the Panamanian rainforest, the Emberá tribe, who share their vivid culture warmly and openly. Travel by motor coach to the Chagres National Park, and then onward by traditional dugout canoes to the Emberá Village, where you will be welcomed by the Chief and treated to some ceremonial dancing.
  • Most Emberá live in round huts on stilts with extended family; peek inside and share a typical lunch of fish and plantains.
  • The Emberá wear little clothing, but paint elaborate patterns on their bodies using the black dye of the jagua plant. You might even be invited to have one of these temporary tattoos painted on your skin. You will also have the chance to see Emberá craftspeople at work and buy perfectly coiled baskets, bright uhua sarongs, instruments, or jewelry.

Price: $99.00 pp

Departure Time: 12:00 PM

Duration: 5.5 Hours

Includes: transportation by bus, canoe ride to Embera Village, naturalist/cultural guide, entrance fees to Embera Village (with donation) and traditional lunch at village.

What to Wear & Bring: Comfortable clothing, closed shoes (for walking), hat, sunglasses, and camera.

Minimum: 10pax / Maximum: 120pax


  • Delve into Panama City's past during a walking tour of its UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Embark on a scenic drive by motor coach to the remains of Panama Viejo, or Old Panama. Originally founded in 1519, it was completely devastated by pirates during the late 17th century.
  • Walk among its ruins, then continue to the narrow streets of its Casco Antiguo, or Old Town. Admire the eclectic mix of European styles that influenced the architecture of the residences and buildings from the colonial era before visiting the vaulted promenade of Las Bóvedas, or “The Vaults.” The Spanish built this defensive system to protect the esplanade during the 18th century; today, it is a national monument.
  • Enjoy picturesque views of Panama City's skyline as you stroll along its thick wall.
  • Savor a delicious three-course lunch at a local restaurant, then enjoy free time to browse for handicrafts before returning to your Hotel.

Price: $80.00 pp

Departure Time: 12:30 PM

Duration: 4 Hours

Transportation by bus, entrance fees to Old Panama, historical/cultural guide, and traditional lunch at local restaurant.

What to Wear & Bring:
Comfortable clothing, closed shoes (for walking), hat, sunglasses, and camera.

Minimum: 10pax / Maximum: 80pax


  • After boarding your motor coach for the 45-minute drive, you’ll make your way to the Miraflores Locks Visitors Center. In here take the opportunity to pause and view the gargantuan ships that make their way through the Panama Canal Museum and visit the four exhibition halls, organized by themes that constitute the heart of this center.
  • Next, you will head to the nearby IMAX Theater to enjoy an informational rich canal documentary narrated by Morgan Freeman. Through the magic of 3D and IMAX cameras, audiences everywhere can take an incredible trip through one of the seven wonders of the modern world in PANAMA CANAL 3D - A LAND DIVIDED - A WORLD UNITED. The documentary takes you through the locks and mechanical operations of the canal. Glide airborne over Panama, the railway and the country. Discover the unexpected tropical rainforest beauty and wildlife in a native canoe.
  • The film sweeps you from the days when Conquistadores struggled through a water-soaked quagmire, to the American engineering achievement that revolutionized shipping and tropical medicine. It shows the visionary present of Panama and their efforts to expand the 100-year-old waterway to accommodate post-panamax ships. It concludes with a fusion of the old and the new Panama; its skyscrapers, its culture and its growing economic temper, a leader in Central America.
  • At the end of this unique experience, you’ll return to your City Hotel.

Price: $70.00

Departure Time: 1:30 PM

Duration: 4 Hours

Includes: transportation by bus, entrance fees to Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, entrance fees to IMAX Theatre, canal expert guide, and snack.

What to Wear & Bring: comfortable clothing, closed shoes (for walking), hat, sunglasses, and camera.

Minimum: 10pax / Maximum: 80pax

Terms and Conditions

  1. All tours are booked on a first come first serves basis
  2. Full pre-payment is required to secures your place
  3. The tour will commence should we reach our minimum numbers


  • San Blas, and archipelago of 365 islands, is one of the most beautiful places in Panama.
  • You will be able to visit 2 of the most beautiful islands, not just in San Blas, but in the Caribbean. Be delighted by the white sand and the crystal-clear turquoise water while you sail from one place to another and when you step the marvelous islands.
  • Get the chance to see the Starfish Bank at the natural pool and the sunken ship, to have a traditional lunch and to buy Guna handicrafts directly from the craftsman/woman.

Price: $150.00 pp

Departure Time: 5:00 AM

Duration: 10 Hours

Includes: transportation by bus, boat for San Blas islands experience, guide, and lunch.

Does not include the Guna Taxes to enter the area (approx. $22.00 per person)

What to Wear & Bring: swimwear, sandals, change of clothing, towel, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, camera, and passport (to enter San Blas)