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wildlife icon 01The formation of the Isthmus of Panamá in one of the most important events to happen on Earth in the last 60 million years.  This geologic event had an enormous impact on Earth’s climate and its environment. 

The formation of the Isthmus or land bridge connected the two large landmasses of North and South America, allowing Fauna and Flora to migrate between both continents. For example, in North America today, the 9-banded armadillo and the porcupine can trace their ancestry to South America.  Likewise, the ancestors of the South American spectacle bear, jaguar, llamas and raccoons all made it South across the Isthmus of Panamá, making it a hotbed of biodiversity, In Fact, since 1910, scientists of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute have been surveying Panama’s flora and fauna, creating a world-class platform for research in the tropics. 

A system of National Parks and protected areas provide amazing opportunities for wildlife viewing.

  • Birdwatching in Santa Fe (2)

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    Birdwatching in Santa Fe

    Santa Fe National Park and the surrounding areas offers bird enthusiasts unique opportunities to add new species to their existing list.

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    Duration: 8 to 9 hours

  • Whale watching in the Azuero Peninsula (2)

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    Whale Watching Azuero-Be an Active Participant in Marine Mammal Conservation

    July to October populations of Humpbacks visit.

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    Duration: 8 hours

  • Whale Watching Perl Islands

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    Whale Watching Perl Islands

    Panama’s unique location as the Heart of the Americas means the visiting of Humpback whales from the South and the Northern hemispheres.

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    Duration: 8 hours

  • Metro Park Day Tour (3)

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    Metropolitan Nature Park

    Metropolitan Nature Park, located only ten minutes from downtown Panama City is the only Tropical Forest Park within a capital city in all of Latin America.

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    Duration: Approx. 4-5 hours

  • Soberania National Park, Pipeline Road, and PRDC Day Tour (3)

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    Soberania National Park, Pipeline Road, and PRDC Day Tour

    Soberania National Park is one of the most accessible areas for wildlife observation and bird watching in Central America. 

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    Duration: 8-10 hours

     
  • La Ruta de Oro - The Gold Route Day Tour (3)

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    La Ruta de Oro - The Gold Route and Agua Clara Visitors´Center

    This morning we board the Panama Canal Railroad, the first transcontinental railway in the Americas.

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    Duration: 8 hours

  • Wild side of Panama Canal Day Tour (2)

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    Wild side of Panama Canal Day Tour

    This excursion on Lake Gatun tour combines the thrill of encountering wildlife in their natural habitats while passing in the shadows of the mammoth cargo ships transiting the Panama Canal. 

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    Duration: 8 hours

     
  • El Valle de Anton (2)

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    El Valle de Anton

    Just under a two-hour ride from Panama City, El Valle de Anton is a beautiful highland city nestled within an ancient volcanic crater.

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    Duration: 8-9 hours

  • A Day in Isla Cebaco (2)

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    Isla Cebaco Retreat

    Cebaco is a small quiet island off the pacific coast of the Veraguas province.

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  • Coiba National Park (3)

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    Coiba National Park

    The “Jewell of Veraguas” and one of Panama’s most precious protected areas, Coiba Notional Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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    Duration: 4 Days & 3 Nights

  • Trails and Waterfalls of Santa Fe (2)

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    Trails and Waterfalls of Santa Fe

    Santa Fe town sits in the Highlands of Veraguas, a landscape blessed by crystal clear rivers and an abundance of waterfalls.

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    Duration: 6 hours

  • Isla Cañas and the sea Turtles (2)

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    Isla Cañas and the sea Turtles

    Located in the Azuero peninsula is the wildlife refuge of Cañas Island, an island that every year receives hundreds of sea turtles to its beach.

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    Duration: 6 hours

  • Isla Iguana Wildlife Refuge (3)

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    Isla Iguana Wildlife Refuge

    One of the most stunning islands in the Pacific of Panama, Iguana island is accessible by boat, only eight kilometers from the coast of Pedasi.

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    Duration: 8 hours

  • Whale watching in the Gulf of Chiriqui (2)

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    Whale watching in the Gulf of Chiriqui

    Panama’s unique location as the Heart of the Americas means the visiting of Humpback whales from the South and the Northern hemispheres.

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    Duration: 8 hours

  • Birdwatching in the Chiriqui Highlands (2)

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    Birdwatching in the Chiriqui Highlands

    Among the nearly 600 types of birds identified in the area are such spectacular species as the Resplendent Quetzal, the Three-wattled Bellbird.

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    Duration: 4 Days & 3 Nights

  • Volcan Baru - Top of the Isthmus (2)

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    Baru Volcano - Top of the Isthmus

    The Baru volcano, with an elevation of 11,401 ft. (3,478m) is the highest mountain in Panama.

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    Duration: 10 hours

  • Gamez Island - Paradise in the Gulf of Chiriqui 2 (2)

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    Gamez Island - Paradise in the Gulf of Chiriqui

    Make sure to pack your swimsuit and sun block for today!

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    Duration: 8 - 10 Days & 2 Nights

  • A Walk in the Cloud Forest (2)

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    A Walk in the Cloud Forest

    The lower section of Los Quetzales Trail transects through the Bajo Mono forest area and is one of the more popular trails in Boquete.

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    Duration: 6 hours

  • Hiking Campana Day Tour

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    Hiking Campana National Park

    Sendero de La Cruz Trail (the Cross Trail) begins is at about 400m above sea level, you will notice the cool temperature and abundance of emerald plant life that surrounds you.

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    Duration: 8-9 hours

  • Bird Watching Darien Tour

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    Bird Watching Darien Tour

    With an early wake up call we hit the road to the only cut in the Panamerican Highway, known as the Darien Gap.

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    Duration: 3 Days & 2 Nights