Jungle Land Day Tour
Boat trip visit Gatun Lake (Panama Canal)
Monkey Island - Flora and Fauna
Activities like kayaking, fishing, swimming or SUP are available at no cost
Transportation from the city to the dock
Boat ride and transfer to lodge
Local lunch and soft drinks
Bilingual tour guide
Light clothing is advisable
Comfortable shoes are essential when going on day tours
Use sunblock and insect repellent whenever spending time outdoors
Note: Only available Wednesdays and Sundays or schedule dates
Depart towards the pier in Gamboa to embark on an adventurous boat trip through the rainforest surrounded by exotic tropical vegetation and wildlife. On this tour you can observe a variety of marine and terrestrial bird species, sloths, monkeys, iguanas and crocodiles in their natural environment while the trip across Gatun Lake permits you to navigate the boat alongside the gigantic cruise ships and freighters transiting the Canal. After taking our time to marvel at the natural wonders this area has to offer we will be taken to the lake’s only houseboat to have lunch and relax a little bit before engaging in one of the exciting activities the afternoon has in store for us. You can choose to have a swim in the lake, take a kayak tour on Rio Paja or grab a fishing rod and set out for your “Big Catch”. We will arrive back to the pier in Gamboa in the late afternoon.
Jungle Land Day Tour
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