Already at Colon? We can pick you up and take you to the forts and Colon city touristic sites.
The tour starts at 7:00AM at the Flamenco Island in Amador Causeway — in front of Fuerte Amador Resort & Marina, behind Alberto’s Restaurant — in Panama City. You will check-in at the ship to start this adventure. The ship will cross under the Bridge of the Americas (Puente de Las Americas) and then start your transit through the Miraflores Locks, the first set of locks. While in Miraflores you will ascend 18 meters in two steps. After that you will find yourself transiting the artificial Miraflores Lake which is located just between the Miraflores Locks and Pedro Miguel Locks. You will still be in the Pacific Ocean.
Panama Canal Hotel is the place where serious adventure and relaxation meet. Your journey begins with crocodile hunting and monkey island hopping and ends with a restful swing in your own hammock. Hear the call of the wild, experience the sights and sounds of nature in your own background and witness wildlife on a whole other level at this Panama Eco Lodge. Panama Canal and the Panama Canal Hotel are the true experience for the true adventurist!
Go on an exciting helicopter ride from Panama City over to the Panama Canal. Flying at only 800 feet after take off you are treated to an optimum vantage point of the Canals’ system of locks. As you fly along side the Culebra Cut, a narrow passageway in the Canal, you are likely to see a ship passing through due to the fact that at this point in the Canal there is only room for one ship at a time.
The Panama Canal Train takes passengers from Panama City to the Colon train station through a scenic route with the Panama Canal, the Chagres river and tropical mountain range on both sides. For tourists wanting to visit the Forts and touristic areas of Colon, it is also combined with a City, Fort Tour and Caribbean Island “Isla Grande”.
The Embera Indian Village Tour is a visit to the community of the Embera Tuscipono in the banks of the Chagres river. The tour starts on the port of Corotu, where you will embark on dugout canoes to travel up the Chagres river in an exploration were you will see waterfalls, exotic vegetation and a myriad of aquatic birds.