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A small and beautiful town located 1 hour and a half from the metropolitan area, between elevated mountains, we have an old crater that today is a town of 8000 people. A place loved by many both locals and ex-pats for many reasons. Explore the town with an experienced tour guide and discover the inner beauty of the town, the landscape, trails, waterfalls, hot springs, and more. The town is situated in an old volcano that erupted 1000 years ago, the weather is nice and cozy, the people are friendly, the natural beauty of the town is what makes it unique and special to so many. It is a quiet place but the villagers are very joyful, welcoming.
This is a great opportunity to spend time on the Atlantic coast and to experience the Atlantic Ocean. This is fascinating because first, we drive through Portobelo National Park to the town, it is a short trip, second, we take a ride on a boat to make it to the destination, white sands beaches. This experience is amazing because part of includes information about Portobelo, a world heritage site, and the other part is definitely a great day at the beach.
One of the best sites for doing Canopy (ziplining) is in the beautiful Anton valley, an old crater located on the east side of Panama. The unique experience to do the canopy above the waterfall El macho, climb 1200 meters, and do 4 stations. Additionally, swim in the natural pool, source by the waterfall. A unique experience in one of the preferred sites by locals and visitors, the old crater, cool temperature all year round. Climb the hill of El macho of 1200 meters, simply later to descend over the 4-canopy station right above the waterfall. The opportunity to observe different species of birds and other animals in the area, and also you may swim in the natural pool.
Panama Canal the Trade Mark of the Region, the transcontinental water bridge, a world-renown work of engineering of the 20th century that today is still impeccable and unique. Learn the history of the men and women behind this world masterpiece, tradition, culture, and the important role played by Panama in the region and what drives its economy. You will visit former US military bases, the Smithsonian institution, driven by the one and only Frank Gehry Museum in Latin America. A stop at the indigenous handicraft market for souvenirs such as a Panama Hat, Molasses and also a stop at the Duty-Free on the Island of Flamenco. A walking tour in the 2nd Old Square of Panama (Casco Antiguo) let every stone and buildings of the Colonial Town fill you with joy and wonder.
Mother nature is unique in its way and brings us utter satisfaction. Far away from modern cities, pollution, and noise. A quiet place to meet with yourself and connect with nature. While exploring the outstanding landscape, appreciate the flora and fauna. A trip to never forget, that also takes you to local communities. This type of excursion allows visitors to enjoy the benefits of a natural dense tropical forest, walk through trails, hiking and of course swim in waterfalls.
To better understand the history of Panama you better meet its native people, the ones that were here first before the conquerors. Panama is rich in culture and its population is diverse. the native ones tell their story in a way that will transform you. Meet the Embera community, one of the 7 remaining Indigenous tribes of Panama. The tour is filled up with excitement, a drive through the National Park charges, sailing through the Alajuela lake that feeds the main river of the Panama Canal, appreciate the flora and fauna of the area, top with an actual visit within the indigenous community and share a great moment that you will forever remember.
One true experience is to navigate through the canal of Panama, and have a first-hand experience. At the same time discover the flora and fauna of the canal of Panama. Among the wild lives, it is often seen as different species of Monkeys that add a special touch to your visit. A small walk in the former US pipeline within a National Park. A series of wild lives can be observed in the Panama Canal inner areas such as Iguanas, birds, and of course the monkeys. Our expert tour guide takes you to the sites where the monkeys live and you can take your own pictures of them.
The old Panama takes you back to the colonial time, from the 16th to the 17th century, the dominion of the Spanish in Latin America and the role played by Panama as a destination of transit and accumulation of wealth certainly of gold. The epic battle between sir Henry Morgan troops and Guzman, general of the old Panama. Casco Antiguo, tells the story even further and show a clear distinction of social class. Architectures of the 17th century. The two Old squares of Panama City, The old Panama, and Casco Antiguo, of 500 and almost 400 years old respectively.
Panama has a unique history of diversity of races, religions, and cultures, with a unique purpose to connect the world due to its geographic position. Portobello, built by enslaved Africans, alongside Indians for the benefit of the Spaniards. The ruins of Portobello speak volumes of the prosperity of the world heritage site, colonial custom, museum, churches, traditions, forts, and the Black Christ. Visit the new locks of the canal and take a ride on the over 150 years railroad from Colon to Panama City.