Panama City is viewed as a confluence of several cultures, resulting in a dynamic lifestyle. Although an urban destination with colonization history, the sandy beaches, rainforest wildlife, and colourful pirate stories make vacationing more fun. Prime Panama City attractions for your itinerary are Pier Park, Gulf World Marine Park, Shell Island, Panama City Beach, St. Andrew's State Park, and more. Explore Gatun Lake, islands, back channels, bays, and more with Panama City water tours. Surfing, boating, fishing, sailing, and dolphin spotting are some exciting local water activities to try. The canal and the villages found closer to the waters are rich in cultural beauty, wildlife, and more. You can explore them all with an exciting Panama City boat tour.
Do you fancy covering all eminent beauties of the land at an affordable price? You can cherry-pick the best Panama City hop-on hop-off tours. If you prefer getting closer to the locals, enjoying the culture, lifestyle, history, and monuments, you can select Panama City walking and biking tours. An integral element of the city's culture is its cuisine, and instead of dining at some local restaurant, you can try Panama City food and wine tours. The Panama City outdoor activities usually revolve around the engineering marvel, The Panama Canal. However, you can also explore the Monkey Island, villages, lakes, jungles, and more during your exploration.
The Panama Canal runs from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, and along its way, you can find several shore beauties, monuments, wildlife beauties, islands, and more. You can add these unrelated attractions to your itinerary with Panama City day trips and excursions. Check the Tripindicator site to find Panama City water tours from different brands. Each trip is verified several times via customer reviews, ratings, and more. Compare these packages and filter the ones that look promising for your vacation.
A journey from the Pacific to the Atlantic sounds impressive, in Panama, it's just an hour trip, so the only way of making it unforgettable is on The Panama Canal Railway. The first inter-oceanic railway’s TRACKS, ride right along the Panama Canal through the lush rainforest.
In Colon, we’ll drive to the San Lorenzo Protected Area where...Read more
Imagine a place which genuinely looks like a Robinson Crusoe hideaway. The sand is white and fine, the sea feels warm like bathwater, coconut palms will provide welcome shade and the snorkeling is excellent. San Blas is one of the last pristine island archipelagos in this world with the indigenous Guna population that to this day still lives in...Read more
Imagine a place which genuinely looks like a Robinson Crusoe hideaway. The sand is white and fine, the sea feels warm like bathwater, coconut palms will provide welcome shade and the snorkeling is excellent. Swim in pristine, crystal clear waters, observing sea stars and colorful fish from the surface or snorkel on nearby reefs to get up close...Read more
Explore rowing on a kayak the beautiful Chagres River before it merges at the Gatun lake where the huge vessels and boats transit from Ocean to Ocean. The Chagres river is the main tributary of water of the Canal. A quite waterway, enjoying the sound of the wild life of this dense tropical forest. You might get the opportunity to see a sloth...Read more
Enjoy a fully customized private charter where you decide departure time, as every tour is individually tailored for each and every guest. Choose your own pace and next destination. If fishing is within your plans an early start is recommended. Our experienced bilingual skipper will host and navigate the twin 150 horse power engines of our Proline...Read more
Between the months of June to November, the Pacific Coast of Panama is the scenario of one of the great wonders of nature: the migration of humpback whales in their path of more than 5,000 miles (8,000 km approx.) from both the Arctic and Antarctica, looking for warm waters to mate, calve and raise their young.
Live the experience of navigating the Panama Canal through the Culebra Court and get to know our Monkey Island Tour where you can enjoy the transit of ships and at the same time the fauna and flora on the Panama...Read more
Join us to visit Isla Grande a beautiful tourist destination in the Panamanian Caribbean and enjoy the crystal clear waters that our geography offers in a quiet and relaxing environment, private beach and enjoy the best personalized service with your friends or...Read more
This is a fun stand up paddle tour in Panama City to the famous Peñón de San José. We depart from our venue at La Playita de Amador and head south east paddling through the marina and the Amador Causeway 1.55 miles (2.5 km – total ride 3.42 miles / 5.5 km) to the Peñon de San José, a popular landmark used by fisherman and seamen sailing by...Read more
The Caribbean stand-up paddle day tour is a unique water adventure to the waters of the Atlantic Ocean in Panama. We can pick you up at your hotel or meet at the Standup Panama offices at Isla Culebra in Amador for a 45 minutes to an hour drive via the Panamá-Colón Highway to Sabanitas, a small town in the Colón province. After another 45...Read more
Paddle the beautiful waters of Lake Alajuela, an artificial lake in the Chagres River basin. The lake is bounded by the Madden Dam and linked to the Panama Canal. This is a unique stand up paddle experience, we can pick you up at your hotel or meet at the Standup Panama offices at Isla Culebra in Amador for a 45 minute drive via the Corredor Norte...Read more
Isla Chapera is located in the Pearl Islands and has unspoiled white sandy beach, clear water and an all around the island marine life. You can see on your way dolphins and between July and November whale watching is...Read more
Panama means “abundance of fish” that is why this is one of the top world class countries for sports fishing. Water activities abound in the Republic of Panama but fishing is one of the most rewarding ones for those who love the marine...Read more
Amazing excursion to visit the Gatun Lake at the Panama Canal, monkeys in their wild enviroment at Monkey Island and a Panamanian indian village in the middle of the forest at the Soberania National...Read more
Leave behind the exhausting noise of cities and escape to the stunning natural beauty of the Chagres National Park. This unforgettable adventure includes hiking, rafting, camping and transportation on indigenous Embera motorboat. The Chagres River is virtually unseen in the trek trough the Chagres National Park due to the lack of access roads...Read more
Get to know the greatness of The Panama Canal and its operation with this interesting and exciting tour inside this ingeniering marvel just 30 minutes from the Panama City, enjoy the adventure of a tour in the largest lake in the Panama Canal and its diversity of...Read more