January 13 (Sunday) to January 15 (Tuesday), 2019
Don`t miss out on this amazing “Panama Canal Jungle Day Tour”
ACP has given them permission to be open only for a couple more months..so don`t miss out on this adventure before it is too late!
The itinerary is:
A.) January 13, 2019 (Sunday) – Leave Boquete 7:30AM. Travel by tour bus to Panama City. Enjoy mimosas and a continental type breakfast on the way. We will stop along the way for short breaks. Lunch at “Va y Ven” in Santiago (you pay for your own lunch). We arrive at Wyndham Albrook Mall Hotel around 4PM. That evening dinner will be on your own.
B.) January 14, 2019 (Monday) – Breakfast at “Wyndham Albrook Mall Hotel” (included) before boarding the 8:30AM bus to go to Gamboa (a beautiful 30 to 40 minute ride through the rainforest).
Explanation of the amazing tour we will be taking today = Come experience why many tourists consider this trip one of the highlights of their visit to Panama.
Panama Canal Jungle Day Tour
Your day of adventure will take you to the waters of the world's most famous manmade lake. Lake Gatun is situated in the heart of the Isthmus of Panama. It was constructed between 1906- 1914 to make the Panama Canal possible.
From the lake's shore (at the public ramp in Gamboa) you will board our fast motor launches for a voyage of discovery. We will navigate above ancient routes that crossed the isthmus long before the lake`s creation.
Huge Ocean going ships can be seen transiting across this water bridge that links the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean.
We will glide past lush tropical forests to a scenic region of the lake and witness firsthand the splendor and excitement of the jungle. Exotic birds, monkeys, sloths, iguanas, and crocodiles are just a few of the animals that you can view in their native surroundings. The sights, sounds and scents that make up this tropical paradise will engulf you.
Our ultimate destination will be a big barge next to a private tropical island. A delicious native style lunch with refreshments will be served. Afterwards numerous activities are available at no additional costs.
Explore on your own while kayaking, swimming, or fishing. Or if you prefer, just relax in the shade swinging in a hammock and sip a cool drink while taking in the beauty of the area.
Duration on the Gatun lake: 6.5 hours =Embarkation at the Gamboa public boat ramp at 9:30am. We return to Gamboa at 4:00 pm. Bus will be waiting for us to take us back to our hotel. We should be back at our hotel around 5PM.
Included on this tour:
Round trip transfer from our hotel
Lake tour via motor launch with bilingual guide
Visit of Monkey Island
Lunch and refreshments (sodas and water) are included. Beer and Wine you have to buy
Optional Activities, such as fishing, swimming, and kayaking to a natural spring
Things to bring:
Swim suits, water shoes, sun protection, cameras, and cash for purchases (wine/beer/few souvenirs)
C.) January 15, 2019 (Tuesday) – After breakfast at “Wyndham Albrook Mall Hotel” (included) you can relax in the hotel/swimming pool..or go shopping at Albrook Mall.
At 11:30AM we leave Wyndham Hotel and start our trip back to Boquete. We will stop on the way so that you can have lunch (not included in our price).
We expect to return to Boquete around 8PM/8:30PM.
This entire package includes: The round trip bus, Continental breakfast on the bus on Sunday, 2 nights stay at Wyndham Albrook Mall Hotel with buffet breakfast included, guided English speaking guide on the “Panama Canal Jungle Day Tour” all day Monday (lunch IS included on this tour), the opportunity to kayak or fish on the Gatun Lake, all you can drink of Mimonos/Wine/Water/snacks on the bus the whole trip.
Space is limited. It will be on a first come, first serve bases.
Total package: $350.00 per person
Rooms are based on 2 people per room. We have rooms with 1 “King” bed..or rooms with “2 Separate Double” beds. Single occupancy an additional $50.00 charge. You have to find your own roommate.
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Easy Travel Panama (www.easytravelpanama.net)