Visit all the Panama Canal-related areas and the Biodiversity Museum.
|PICK UP||At your hotel in Panama City|
|WHAT TO WEAR||
Comfortable athletic shoes, light leisure clothing and sunscreen. Hat and sunglasses are recommended.
Get an opportunity to marvel at one of the most outstanding wonders of human engineering on Earth on a privately guided visit to the Panama Canal. Today’s experience allows you to visit a number of attractions related to the Canal and its history. See the Panama Canal Administration Building and the Goethals Monument commemorating the chief engineer of the Panama Canal.
Visit the Stevens Circle Monument and the former Albrook Military Air Force Station; and head to the Clayton Military Base. Most importantly, visit the renowned Miraflores Locks to see large ships making their way through the Canal and learn about its operations at the Visitor Center.
Next, gain a deeper understanding of Panama’s fascinating natural and cultural history at the Biodiversity Museum. Uniquely set on the Amador Causeway, the Biodiversity Museum is one of the latest works of the famous architect Frank Gehry. The design of this colorful building tells the story of how the Isthmus of Panama rose from the sea, uniting two continents, separating a vast ocean, and changing the planet’s biodiversity forever.
The museum’s impressive 43,055 sq. ft. contains eight permanent exhibits that highlight Panama’s spellbinding natural and ethnic makeup. Explore the museum with your guide and learn captivating facts about this unique corner of the globe.
Your tour concludes with a private transfer back to your accommodation.
Note: This tour can only be operated from Friday to Sunday.