This full day city tour includes a visit to Miraflores Locks at the Panama Canal and the former Canal Zone and Panama Canal Administration Building, the Biodiversity Museum designed by Frank Gehry and a historical walking tour in Casco Viejo, UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Traverse a portion of the Panama Canal by transiting the Miraflores Locks and Pedro Miguel Locks, two of the three sets of locks of this historic waterway. Marvel at the precision of their operation and observe their intricate mechanics up close.
Did you know that you can transit the entire Panama Canal from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean in just one day? This journey offers an intriguing passage through one of the world's greatest engineering achievements. On August 15, 1914 the SS Ancon made the first official ocean to ocean transit through the Panama Canal. This event was possible thanks to the labor of more than 75,000 men and women who worked for 10 years facing unprecedented challenges.
Enjoy a 2-hour exclusive and behind-the-scenes tour of Miraflores Locks at the Panama Canal with the opportunity to step outside next to the lock doors for a memorable photo in front of the control house!
During this immersive hands-on cooking experience with a Panamanian chef in Panama City’s picturesque historical district called Casco VIejo you will learn about Panama's traditional recipes, ingredients, and flavors. .
Aboard an expedition boat, explore the waters of the Panama Canal through coves and inlets in search of wildlife including countless species of birds, reptiles and several species of monkeys. This is the most comfortable and accessible way of discovering the natural attributes of the Panama Canal watershed.
Immerse yourself in a cultural experience and meet one of Panama’s seven indigenous tribes: the Embera. Learn about their customs, music, traditional clothing, handcrafts, and their way of living.
Immerse yourself in Soberania National Park, considered to be one of the most accessible areas for bird watching and wildlife observation in Central America.
Panama is one of the only places in the world blessed with Humpback whale migrations from both the Southern and Northern hemispheres between mid-July and early October. On this wonderful boat exploration to the Las Perlas Archipelago, you will have a once-in-a-lifetime experience to look for humpback whales and dolphins in the wild.