03/10
Activity
7 Days / 6 Nights
Duration

Get in-depth insights on Panama`s rich history and culture as you explore the historic trails and waterways once used by great explorers and famous pirates.

Prices per person based upon a minimum of 4 participants.
HIGHLIGHTS
  Historic City Tour
  Fortress San Lorenzo
  Transcontinental Train Ride
  Caribbean and Pacific Canal Locks
  Indigenous Encounter Chagres National Park
  Partial Canal Transit
PICK UP

At the Tocumen International Airport of Panama at the appropriate time for your international flight arrival. You will be returned for your departure flight.

WHAT TO WEAR

Comfortable athletic shoes and light leisure clothing, rain jacket/poncho, mosquito repellent and sunscreen. A hat, sunglasses and bathing suits are recommended.

INCLUDED
Meet and greet at the airport
6 nights of lodging + breakfast
Private transportation with A/C
Information kit
Breakfast on all days. L=lunch or D=dinner as stated in the itinerary.
Government and lodging taxes
NOT INCLUDED
 International airfares and taxes
 Domestic airfares and taxes
 Alcoholic beverages and meals not specified in the itinerary
 Optional activities
 Gratuities and departure tax at the airport
1

Welcome to Panama!

2

Historic City Tour

Visit the ruins of Old Panama, climb up the Cathedral tower and walk the colorful old town of Casco Antiguo. Learn about the impressive history and watch large container ships transiting the Panama Canal at the Miraflores Locks. (B, L)
3

Canal Trails: Fort San Lorenzo & Agua Clara Locks

Explore fortress ruins at the edge of steep cliffs deep in the rainforest. Watch out for wildlife before visiting the Agua Clara Locks of the Panama Canal. (B, L)
4

Pirate Towns & Transcontinental Railway

Go on a road from Panama City to the Caribbean Coast and visit colorful little towns full of pirate history. Cross the country along the Panama Canal with a scenic train ride through lush rainforests. (B, L)
5

Indigenous Encounter Chagres National Park

Board a motorized piragua and travel up the Chagres River deep in the rainforest to the indigenous village. Have an unforgettable encounter with the Embera people and learn about their customs and their close relationship with nature. (B, L)
6

Partial Canal Transit

Experience the operations of the Panama Canal first-hand by transiting the Canal. (B, L)
7

Departure

Note: For further information, contact us! This program can be tailor-made for your needs and interests.

Panama Canal Railway: The First Inter-Oceanic Railroad-676