The Panama City Tour allows you to visit the key touristic attractions in Panama City as you learn about Panama’s significance throughout history. A story of Spanish colonization, pirate attacks, independence from Spain & later Colombia and the building of the trans isthmian train on the path to the construction of the Panama Canal. In this Panama City Tour, you will visit historic sites such as the Old Panama Ruins, Casco Viejo, the Panama Canal Museum and Amador Causaway.
1. The Panama Canal Miraflores Locks: In the locks, you are able to see ships passing by and you can enjoy a documentary about the creation of the canal, its economic and strategic impact, and the upcoming expansion of the Canal.
2. The Panama Canal Museum: Interesting artefacts, props, and a close overview of the French and American ways to approach the canal construction.
3. Casco Antiguo: Also called San Felipe, it showcases a spectacular view of Panama City and visits to historic buildings such as San Francisco Church, San José Church, Old Prisons of the Slaves Plaza Francia, La Compañia Ruins, Plaza Herrera, Arco Chato Church Ruins, Plaza Catedral, The National Theater.
4. Ancon Hill: A panoramic view of the canal from a different angle in the heart of the city and maybe you will spot a sloth on your way to the top of the hill.
5. Amador Causeway: A beautiful site where 3 islands were united with the mainland by using materials removed during the Panama Canal excavations. You get to choose from several gourmet restaurants and enjoy the view from ships leaving the Canal and the city.
6. The Old Panama Ruins: A visit to the Old Panama Ruins, a strategic spot for the Spanish trade during colonial times.
8:30am or at your convenience from your hotel in Panama city – surcharge of $55 pick up from Playa Bonita área.
icon-dollar Pricing for the Panama City Tour for 5 hours or 8 hours:
$65 per person for 5 hours, mínimum 2 passengers – Child $45 (children are 4-11 years of age). Infants under 4 years old Free of charge. (Mirafores center, Casco Viejo, Amador causaway) or $95 per person for 8 hours – Child $55 (children are 4-11 years of age). Infants under 4 years old Free of charge.(2 passengers min.)
icon-suitcase Things to bring to the Panama City Tour:
Walking shoes;Sun protection;Camera;Cash for entrance fees,lunch or souvenirs.
icon-check Reservations for the Panama City Tour:
For reservations email us at: email@example.com or Call us in Panama at: 836-5333 or in USA at: 1-866-390-3451
What’s Special about this Tour? You can take a short 3-hour City Tour while you are on transit in Panama or your flight is delayed. A fascinating close look at the Panama Canal, a marvelous engineering work and a visit to the colonial spanish-style city established on the 16th century.
The tour includes:
Not Included in the Tour: Lunch and beverages Entrance Fee to the Canal Visitor´s Centre (US$15.00 foreign adults and US$10.00 children) Crafts or tips.
Price: One passenger: US$125.00 Two passengers: US$65.00 each one Group discounts can be applied Schedule: As soon as your flight arrives a driver-guide will be waiting for you as previously arranged with you.
We are available any time of the day, any day of the week.
Restriction: People with improper conduct, under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Weather: It is possible to tour the City all year round. The summer begins from January to mid April, the rainy season begins on May and spreads until December. October is the rainiest month of the season. Do not forget to bring: Camera, hat, cash for crafts purchase.
For reservations or information contact us: In Panama: 836-5333 USA Toll Free: (1-866) 390-3451 Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org We are open to arrange a special City Tour to fit your schedule. Important: Tour itinerary is subject to change based on unforeseen circumstances and/or force majeure events.
What’s Special about this Tour?
This Tour includes:
icon-check FIRST STOP:
Transportation from Tocumen International Airport to the Panama Canal, Visitor’s Centre of Miraflores, which allow us to observe the traffic of ships from a few meters of distance and to know closely the different operations of the Panama Canal.
Through its four (4) exhibit rooms, you can appreciate historic pieces, interactive modules, video presentations, mock-up, mechanic models and objects used on the Panama Canal operations.
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Visit to Casco Viejo, the second city of Panama founded in 1673 after the destruction of the first city known as “Panama La Vieja”. The Casco Viejo was constructed as a fortification to protect it from intent of pirate attack. There were raised religious buildings and architectonics, ruins of colonial convents and residences, “Plazas”, which remain today.
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Visit The Amador Causeway, offer spectaculars views of Panama City’s skyline and part of the Panama Canal and the Americas Bridge (“Puente de Las Americas”). The causeway boasts fine restaurants, bicycling, walking paths, The Smithsonian Institute of tropical Research Aquarium, a new cruise port, a yacht club, a duty-free, residential projects and souvenir shops.
Transportation from Amador Causeway to Tocumen International Airport to catch your flight.
icon-exchange Not Included in the Tour:
•Luncheon and drinks
•Entrance fee to the Visitor’s Centre: US$15:00 foreign adult and US$10.00 children
•Crafts or tips.
•1 passenger US$180.00
•2 passengers US$95.00 each one
•Group discounts can be applied.
•As soon as your flight arrives.
•People with improper conduct, under alcohol or drugs effect.
•It is possible to visit all the year round. The summer begins from January to mid April; the rainy season begins on May and spreads until December. October is the rainiest month of the season.
Do not forget to bring:
•Camera, hat, cash money for crafts purchase.
For reservations or information contact us:
In Panama: 836-5333
USA Toll Free: (1-866) 390-3451
Email us at: email@example.com
We are open to arrange a special city tour to fit your flight schedule.
Important: Tour itinerary is subject to change based on unforeseen circumstances and/or force majeure events.