Panama Canal Rainforest Boat experience

See the wilder side of the Panama Canal on this unique boat tour. In the morning, you'll be transferred from Panama City to Gamboa, just 45 minutes away, ready to start your adventure at the exact point where Chagres River meets the Panama Canal. After climbing aboard your passenger boat, you'll sail across the Gatun Lake, passing cargo ships and surrounded by nature. Green Iguanas, Three-toed sloths, Crocodiles, Ospreys, and the Snail Kite and Keel-Billed Toucan can all be seen in this area, and by sailing close to the lake's islands you can also spot different species of monkeys and get impressive views of the Panama Canal. The tour ends with a light picnic lunch before returning to the city.

Included

  • Bilingual Naturalist Guide
  • Light Picnic Lunch on the boat
  • Transportation

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