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Panama City Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Panama City, Panama

  • Activities

    Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $150 USD per person
  • Duration

    5 - 6 hours aprox. (you are in charge)

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily 8:30 a.m.

  • Starting Location

    Contact guide

  • Notes

    Adult 150 USD (up to two people)


  • Cover the most emblematic places such as Ancon Hill, Casco Viejo Colonial City and the Mira flores Locks.
  • Explore the Panama Canal and learn the workings behind this world wonder.
  • Walk the cobblestone streets among shops, cafes and trendy plazas.




Trip Info

This one day private tour will involve car and foot travel as you explore the spectacular area attractions.

Discover the charms of Casco Viejo, recognized by UNESCO as a historic site. This historic city has been beautifully restored but still has some portions of authentic buildings. They line the cobblestone streets along with trendy plazas, shops and restaurants creating a bustling street life. Walk through the narrow streets and enjoy its beautiful colonial and neoclassical architecture.

A visit to Ancon Hill is the highest point of the city with an amazing 360-degree view. It is 700 feet above sea level. You can see sites such as the City of Panama, the Old City, the Panama Canal and the Bridge of the Americas. A perfect place for pictures!

A must see is the Panama Canal. Experience this wonder of the world first-hand. Navigate through the locks or simply have a unique and memorable experience taking a journey through the Canal history and its construction at the Mira Flores Visitor’s Center. Watch large ships transit and learn how the locks operate.

For a different perspective view, you will visit the Amador Causeway. It has breathtaking views of the modern city full of skyscrapers and new buildings. The American military forces built this and the artificial road to protect the Canal entrances and exits on both ends. You may also visit the amazing biodiversity museum designed by the world-renowned architect Frank Ghery and the Americas Bridge.

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