5hr Combo-Panama Canal Boat Ride, Eco-Safari & Rainforest Walk

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  • 5 hr

In this tour you will get up close with the Panama Canal and the abundance of wildlife on its shores.  You will take a cruise in a boat right next to the transiting ships and visit islands in Gatun Lake that are full of wildlife. We will get to taste Panamenian food in the Old Canal Zone, followed by a Rainforest Walk in the Soberanía National Park.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Panama Day Trips

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Panama City

To start this tour, you will be picked up at central Panama City Hotels and taken to the old Panama Canal Zone. Pickup at hotels outside of central Panama City can be arranged at an additional cost.

Pass By: Panama Canal

We will drive halfway up the Panama Canal to the town of Gamboa, where the Chagres River meets the canal. Here we will enter our covered boat to start our eco cruise.

Stop At: Gatun Lake

The second-largest artificial lake on the continent, the intact rainforest that surround the lake are one of the few accessible areas on the planet where a diverse flora and fauna endemic to Central America can be observed in its natural habitat from the boat, such as, 3 species of monkeys, crocodiles, birds, reptiles and more.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Soberania National Park

After the boat ride, we will have a restroom break in the town of Gamboa. After our break, we will have an amazing Panamenian Breakfast overlooking the the Panama Canal, once we finished with breakfast we will enjoy a walk in Soberania National Park. Here we can experience nature in one of the most biodiverse rain forests in the world. The length of the walk and type of trail will be determined by the guide after consulting with our guests about their physical capabilities.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Centennial Bridge

We will drive over the Centennial Bridge and you can enjoy some views of the Gaillard cut and the New and Old Locks
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