Panama City E-Bike Tour

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  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

Want to take a fun e-bike adventure around Panama City and take in a little of the culture and history? This is an adventure for you! We will ride on e-bikes to see the sights, murals, and historic spots in the St. Andrews area of Panama City. It's the FUNNEST adventure you'll ever have! We keep our adventures exciting and unique which means no two rides are the same! Our Road Captains will make sure you get to see some of the best points of interest in Panama City. Be sure to bring your smartphone or camera to capture all the memories! Each ticket includes Cover Your Butt equipment protection for any accidental damage to our e-bike. Use of helmet included. *Food and beverage not included.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Panama City

Get ready for an adventure that shows you the murals, culture, history, and a quick stop for cuisine in the St Andrews area of Panama City!

Duration: 2 hour

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The Market began as a community activity in 2004 at the St. Andrews Marina under a modest circus tent with a handful of vendors led by the aspirations of the St. Andrews community. Named the St. Andrews Waterfront Farmers Market, it started as a commerce development tool with a goal of improving the economic health of St. Andrews by providing a place for merchants to sell their products directly to the consumer, provide a quality activity center for the community, and opportunities to incubate small businesses. During the fall of 2010, a group of passionate volunteers took the market on as a challenge and the market grew exponentially. The St. Andrews Waterfront Partnership made an agreement with Waterfront Market, Inc., in June 2011 who then assumed responsibility for the market operations under this agreement. In September 2011, the market outgrew the marina and expanded to the lovely boardwalks of the Yacht Basin.

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Officially opened on Jan. 18, 2014, Floriopolis is a non-profit community arts center, encompassing a market, studio space, gallery and public art courtyard. Classes, performances and workshops are regularly scheduled at the venue, and the market displays the work of more than 100 local artists, including pottery, sculpture, jewelry, painting, literature, photography and more.

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George Mortimer West, a writer, promoter, economist, horticulturist, publisher, and entrepreneur, is credited as the founding father of Panama City, developing it into an economically viable city and port on the shores of St. Andrews Bay. He built the Panama City Publishing Company building in 1920, in the heart of historic St. Andrews. The building served as the home of Panama City’s first newspapers, including the St. Andrews Buoy, the Panama City Pilot, the St. Andrews Bay News and Lynn Haven Free Press.

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Oaks by the Bay Park, located at the south end of Beck Avenue in the St. Andrews area of Panama City, is the newest addition to the city's waterfront parks. This 5-acre park is located on beautiful St. Andrews Bay. It is shaded from the sun by majestic oak trees and is home to a very unique and perhaps the world's only 4-headed palm tree. The park also has a boardwalk to the bay, a gazebo, and an observation platform with benches for those who like to watch the sailboats pass by.

Duration: 5 minutes

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For over 65 years, The Shrimp Boat Restaurant has offered casual waterfront dining in Panama City with a reputation for serving the best seafood straight from the local waters.

Duration: 5 minutes

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Conveniently located in Historic St Andrews where a short walk will lead you to Coffee Shops, Famous Seafood Restaurants, Raw Bars, Live Music, and Oaks by the Bay. St Andrews Marina is a recreational marina that embraces it's Working Waterfront heritage.

Duration: 5 minutes

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Wild dolphin are commonly seen in the waters of St. Andrew Bay; they are easily spotted when the waters are smooth in the mornings. In shallower waters, St. Andrew Bay is known for vast schools of mullet, redfish and speckled trout. Occasionally a manatee is spotted in the bay as well.

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The museum is free to the public and showcases Pre-Columbian shell, bone, stone and clay artifacts from the local and surrounding areas. The Gallery features Native American and Native American-styled artwork from around the country.
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