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Panama Canal Boat Eco Tour

Calle 74 Edif SlyBlue 18A San Francisco, 507 Panama City, Panama

// Panama Canal Boat Tour The Panama Canal Boat Eco Tour is considered one of the best tours in Panama. This is an unforgettable experience. Check out the tour video to see if this type of adventure at the Panama Read More →
Panama Canal Partial Transit Tour

Panama Canal Partial Transit Tour

Calle Via Ricardo J. Alfaro-Edificio The Century Tower-4 piso, Oficina 401 El Dorado, Panama.

// Panama Canal Partial Transit Tour You will start the tour at 9:30AM from the Flamenco Island at Amador Causeway -- in front of Fuerte Amador Resort & Marina, behind Alberto's Restaurant -- in Panama City. You will take the Read More →
Panama Canal Athority ACP

Panama Canal Athority ACP

Ancón, Panama

ACP Overview The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) is the entity of the Government of Panama established under Title XIV of the National Constitution with exclusive charge of the operation, administration, management, preservation, maintenance, and modernization of the Canal, as well as Read More →
Panama Museum of Biodiversity

Panama Museum of Biodiversity

amador, panama city panama

// Panama Museum of Biodiversity frank-gehry-museum-biodiversity-video Working with long-time collaborator Frank Gehry, we joined with Panamanian and world citizens to create a new kind of museum: the Panama Museum of Biodiversity Puente de Vida (“Bridge of Life”). Located at the Pacific Read More →
Arenosa

Arenosa

arenosa panama

// Arenosa Arenosa is small town located about 45 miles from Panama City on the western end of Lake Gatun.  The lake is part of the water basin that feeds water to run the Panama Canal. It covers about 160 square Read More →
Pipeline Road Soberanía National Park - Gamboa

Pipeline Road Soberanía National Park – Gamboa

Pipeline road Gamboa Panama

Pipeline Road Perhaps Panama's most famous birding destination, is situated inside Soberania National Park, which itself is located within the Panama and Colon provinces. The park, measuring 48,287 acres (19,541 hectares) in size, was established in 1980 and contains numerous trails, Read More →

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