1 Day

Learn about the fascinating history of pirates and treasure in the middle of the forest at Fort San Lorenzo.

Prices based upon a minimum of 4 participants.
PICK UP At your hotel in Panama City or the Tocumen International Airport of Panama at the time of your arrival

Comfortable athletic shoes, light leisure clothing, jacket, insect repellant and sunscreen. A hat and sunglasses are recommended.

  Crossing the Panama Canal by Ferry
  Passing the Canal Locks
  Historic Fort San Lorenzo
  Wildlife Watching in the Rainforest
Private transportation
Lunch on board
Entrance fees
 Alcoholic beverages and meals not specified in the itinerary
 Optional activities

Drive across the Isthmus of Panama to the Caribbean Colon Province, where you will take a short ferry ride over the Panama Canal. You will have the opportunity to see both the Gatun and Agua Clara Locks on one end and Colon 2000 port at the other. Once you reach the other side of the Canal you will make your way to Fort San Lorenzo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built at the mouth of the Chagres River. The road will lead us deep in the rainforest until we get to the impressive ruins situated on cliffs overlooking endless rainforest and abandoned coast lines. Enjoy the rich history and explore the impressive fort. Then hike through the rainforest of the San Lorenzo National Park, watching out for wildlife before enjoying a typical seafood lunch famous for the Colon Province.

Note: Contact us for further information. This tour can be tailor-made for your needs and interests.