What To Expect
Visit the famous Panama Canal, gain an understanding of how this man-made marvel works. Admire the view of Panama City from Cerro Ancon. Drop into an artisan market in search of hand-made crafts. Go to Amandor and visit a Smithsonian-owned nature trail and finish the day exploring Casco Viejo, a World Heritage Listed section of Panama City.
Embark on the Miraflores locks in the Panama Canal and view the ships' journey, adjoining the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. Here, you will be able to learn more about the Panama Canal. Next, well upwards to Cerro Ancon and take in the panoramic views of Panama City and the Canal. On the high ground, there waves a Panamanian flag, about the size of a basketball court!
The next stop is at a local artisan market, where you can see hand-made crafts by locals that can be picked up at a bargain to take home. Once we have viewed and purchased as many crafts as one would like, the adventure continues and we head to Amador to take in "The bridge of the America's," before enjoying a short nature walk on the Smithsonian-owned Punta Culebra. We will enjoy the rest of the day by wandering through the old historic town of Casco Viejo, wandering its streets. You can't help but feel the history and culture of this World Heritage listed site.
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Participants must be at least 6 years old.
Tour will be operated as a guaranteed Small Group Tour with a maximum of 9 guests.
Tour takes approximately 7 to 8 hours.
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