Considered a natural treasure, Chorro Las Yayas has three waterfalls, a 300-meter path where
you can observe the beauty of the nature in all its expressions.
Chorro Las Yayas is in the zone to Omar Torrijos National Park.
The path is completely paved with stairs and handrails that allow you to easily reach each of the three waterfalls of the route.
You can bathe in any of the three falls with crystalline pools.
In this 8-day/7-nights circuit you will visit;
– The beautiful Taboga Island, with its beaches of crystal clear waters and soft white sand.
– Isla Mono (Monkey Island), while navigating right beside some ot the biggest container ships on the famous Panama Canal get close enough to feed two different kind of monkeys, (the white face and the Tamarin monkeys).
– Learn about the construction of the Panama Canal at the Miraflores locks and see how ships cross the Canal from one ocean to another. The 8th man made wonder of the world.
– You will visit a native Embera village where you will learn their ancestral way of life and taste at their food.
– Go shoping at the Colon Free Zone, (2nd biggest free trade zone after Hong-Kong).
– Travel back to Panama city on the one of the great train rides of the world. Along with its colorful history, the railroad follows a picturesque path across the Isthmus of Panama.
– Visit a typical mountain village, El Valle de Anton, which is nested in an volcano crater. There you will climb the India Dormida if you heard desires.
In this 10 days 9 nights circuit, you will visit;
You will start by heading north to Colon using the one and only Panama railway train, a railway line connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
At the Miraflores Locks you will learn on how the Canal works and see large ships go throuth from one ocean to another.
Go walking on the Camino del Cruise in a tropical forest at the the Soberania National Park, one of Panama’s finest birding sites.
El Valle! Come and discover this beautiful town high in the mountains of Panama, on the floor of one of the largest inhabited volcano crater. If your heart wants, hike the Piedra Pintada trail (India Dormida) in El Valle de Anton.
Relax on the beach in Santa Clara along the Pacific coast in Panama. It’s several dozens of miles where you can choose to soak your feet, swim, or just enjoy the warmth at the edge of this majestic ocean.
Return to Panama and go the the Amador Causeway. This 3.5 mile stretch is where you will have a sublime view of Panama City!
The Amador Causeway is lined with touristy restaurants, souvenir shops and jogging paths.
The San Blas archipelago, a paradise on earth. With islands of postcard decor, turquoise and transparent water, white sand and the coconut trees on small islands with few houses. There you will meet the Kunas, an Amerindian ethnic group with traditional practices. The basis of household organization remains the matrilocal family.
In this 12 Days and 11 Nights circuit, you will visit;
Called the 8th hand made wonder of the world, the Panama Canal.
At Miraflores locks you will learn about its constructions and see some of the biggest container ships go from one ocean to another.
The best place to have a glimps of Panama city beauty is at Ancon Hill. A nice easy walk up the hill and you will see on one side all the city below and the other side Panama Canal and the magnificient Bridge of Americas.
Casco Viejo also known as Casco Antiguo or San Filipe, is the historic district of Panama city. Was built after the near total destruction of the original Panamá city, Panama viejo in 1671. Just to name a few places, here is where is located: the Catedral Metropolitana which is the main Catholic temple in Panama city, El Palacio de las Garzas, the residence of the Predident of Panama, many other famous churches such as the Church and Convent of Santo Domingo, known as The Flat Arch, the National Theater of Panama, the Panama Canal Museum, Plaza Bolívar, Plaza Herrera, Plaza de Franciaand none the least Plaza de la Independencia. Bocas del Toro, a beautiful archipelago lost in time, blessed by nature. It is an example of coexistence and multi-cultural respect for everyone. Only some places around the world keep this particular atmosphere, seductive, primitive and unforgettable.
El Valle de Anton, this beautiful town high in the mountains of Panama, on the floor of one of the largest inhabited volcano crater in the world. Once a crater lake. This quiet village became home to Indians from the surrounding mountains who have been here for thousands of years.
Gamboa is home to caymans, crocodiles, iguanas, and several hundred bird species. Given its location at the “end of the road” and the single road connecting it to the rest of the Canal Zone, Gamboa is adjacent to significant tracts of relatively undisturbed rainforest.
A trail that follows an old pipeline “Pipeline Road” is considered one of the best bieding hikes in Panama.
Portobelo was an important port city where the goods and treasures of the Americas were sent to Europe. Portobello is a magnificent examples of 17th and 18th century military architecture, this fort on the Caribbean coast of Panamá was part of the defensive system put in place by the Spanish Crown to protect the great transatlantic trade.
Isla Grande, a beach paradise that can be reached by boat, undoubtedly has some of the best beaches in Panama. It is a tropical, picturesque paradise, surrounded by beautiful coral reefs, beaches with white sands and palm trees. It is also possible to walk around the island to go see the islands to the north or take a walk to the lighthouse and from above enjoy the incredible view.
Colon, the 2nd largest free zone in the world, is full of duty-free shops.
At Fort San Lorenzo you can simply walk around at your leisure and allow your imagination to drift back in time to when pirates ruled the Caribbean waters.
Return back to Panama city by the Panama Canal railway company. It links one of the world’s most attractive tourism corridors between Colon on the Atlantic Coast and Panama on the Pacific.