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Enjoy a guided sightseeing tour and visit the most important sites and landmarks of Panama. Tour both the historical and modern areas of Panama City and visit the world-famous Panama Canal, whose impressive system of locks continues to fascinate...more
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This is a must do if you visit Panama. The full transit gives you a view of how the entire canal works, the locks on the Caribbean side, and a chance to just enjoy the scenery and amazing ships going by. Highlight recommend!
The Panama Canal Tours was a terrific way to see the operation of the Canal from a close-up perspective. We started at the Pacific entrance and worked our way northbound up through the Miraflores and San Miguel locks, sharing each lock with a cargo ship....More
Our trip was through Panama Grayline.com and the company was Canal and Bay Tours. The tour is long but it is interesting and a marvel of man and his accomplishments. Our problem was at the end of the tour. The tour ends at night and...More
Boat trip was good. Tour guide provided lots of good additional information. Food was was very disappointing. McDonald's would have been 1st class. Transportation to and from our hotel was not provided because of the narrow streets. When we checked in, the operator said someone...More
We took the full day transit of the canal. The day was long but definitely worth it. The guide gave an impressive history of the canal. We went through multiple locks and under three bridges. Seeing how massive Gatun Lake was and learning it took...More
We went on this tour as part of the Panama Canal cruise and saw the new part in use although we eventually went through the older section. The history of the building of the canal was fasacinating as was the workings of the canal.
If you're on a layover or spending a whole day in Panama City, do yourself a favor and visit the canal and its museum. It'll cost you US$15 to enter but it's totally worth it. Lot's of informative videos and props, and it's super fun.
After sailing through the canal in 8 hours and having a whole day of professional narration of the trip, we spent the next day in Colon. We took a guided tour which first took us to the Miraflores Visitor's Center and then after lunch we...More
I was very fortunate at the time I was there to see three different vessels going through the three Canals at the same time. Also, seeing all those vessels anchored out there in the Pacific Ocean waiting for the instructions from the Control Tower, to...More