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Parque Natural Metropolitano and Ancon Hill Tour from Panama City
"Discover the natural beauty of Parque Natural Metropolitano and Ancon Hill on this half-day trip from Panama City. A perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city Parque Natural Metropolitao is home to lush tropical plants and wildlife and is spread out across more than 500 acres (200 hectares).After pickup from your downtown Panama City hotel travel approximately 10 minutes to the national park. Witness Panama's large biodiversity up close as you enjoy a scenic hike through the national park with your expert guide who’ll point out a variety of native plants and species of birds butterflies monkeys turtles and other wildlife. Enjoy a light snack before continuing on to Ancon Hill.Next
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Panama City Sightseeing Tour Including Miraflores Locks
"After morning pickup from central meeting point your full-day tour begins at the Miraflores Locks on the Panama Canal. These fascinating locks are an essential part of the process of getting ships through the canal from the Atlantic to Pacific oceans (or vice versa). Tour the facility with you learning about the locks' history and watching ships being raised and lowered between sea level and Miraflores Lake. Then visit the Miraflores Visitor Center a museum where displays and exhibits help tell the story of the incredible feat of engineering that is the Panama Canal. Next hop back in your tour van to head to the top of Ancón Hill (Cerro Ancón) a 650-foot (200-meter) hill that overlooks Panama City providing panoramic views from a lookout platform. Walk around a bit to look for some of the local animals that inhabit the hill
From $99.00
 
Panama City Tour in a Traditional Local Trolley
"You will be picked up from your hotel in Panama City and will start the tour with a local guide. First you will visit  the Miraflores locks at the panama canal see  ships  crossing  the locks visit the museum and enjoy a 10- minute video about  the Panama Canal. Time: 1h 30 m Then you will travel around the four natural islands connected by an artificial avenue causeway in Amador and visit the Flamenco island where you will have a great view of Panama City and be able to shop at a local handcraft market and duty free shop. Time : 45 mLastly you will visit  the old quarter which is also  the second older city in  panama Est 1673. There is where you can enjoy colonial European and neoc governmental an civil architecture
From $30.00

More Nightlife in Panama

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Platea

I heard that the Platea was the place for jazz and live music in the old city of Casco Antiguo in Panama City. But it is not a place that I will probably return to. There was a Tango performance...
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Everywhere around Panama

No matter where, how or when, panamanians are often celebrating something...just ask at your hotel for the new place in town ,or your kind of music, beverage or fun you like and they will tell you...
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Panama City

I would like to provide some general tips on Nightlife in Panama. First, there are 4 main areas of interest: Calle Uruguay, El Cangrejo, Casco Viejo, and Amador, or the Causeway. Each has different...
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backroads

Do not take a bus to a small village out of a bigger city or village. This is very dangerous!! Gang members hide in the brush on the side of the paths. they jump out and stop the bus or cab with...
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Barco Hundido or The Wreck Deck

I got here just as the place was opening, but I could tell right away that this place was something special. You walk on a "jungle path" until you get to the bar which sits on and over the water and...
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Calle Uruguay

This street near the banking district downtown is such a great nightlife spot. On good nights, like friday and saturday, the street fills up with revelers and partypeople. All the clubs and bars and...
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Bolero

Bolero is a Cuban restaurant/bar that we frequented many times in Panama City. The food is to die for, and they have one of the best mojitos in town. Ale, the bartender, is about the most attentive...
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Club Unión

Great place built up right along the beach. Like an old repurposed hotel or something. There is a large open area that looks out to the water, smaller rooms with art on display and at the time, a...
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Bastimentos Jam Session

Bastimentos Island, Bocas del Toro, PanamaIf you are truly into experiencing life in Bocas/Bastimentos you will want to ask around to see when 'the band' is playing on Bastimentos. They can jam for up...
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Red Deck. While in Bocas this...

Red Deck. While in Bocas this is the perfect place to end a wonderful snorkeling or diving day. (If you are not going to dive again the next day, ha, ha)Nice Music , relaxed place, beverages the...
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La Chiva Parrandera

Typical Panamanian party in an open bus. I reccommend it if you are with a group of friends, we had all the bus for ourselves, it was great! You will have typical snack and liquor (rum and 'seco'),...
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Popular Cities in Panama

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Panamá City

Provincia de Panamá
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Bocas del Toro

Provincia de Bocas del Toro
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Boquete

Provincia de Chiriquí
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Colón

Provincia de Colón
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David

Provincia de Chiriquí
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Isla Taboga

Provincia de Panamá
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Top Hotels in Panama

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Calle 52 y Ricardo Arias, Area Bancaria, Panama City, Panama, Panama
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Calle Primera, Bocas Town, Panama
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Valle Escondido, Boquete, Panama
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Paseo Gorgas Y Calle 13, Colon, 0301-01074, Panama
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Corregimiento de El Valle, Distrito de Anton, El Valle de Anton, Panama
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1 Calle Central, David, Panama, 0426-00037, PA
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Top Things to Do in Panama

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Amador Causeway

Built from fill dug up for the Canal, a causeway - named after the first President of Panama - Manuel Amador Guerrero, extends out from the southern entrance to the Canal to link four small islands to...
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Aguas Clara Visitor Center

Set high on a hill on the east side of the new third lane’s Atlantic lock system, the Aguas Clara Visitor Center gives you a great view out over the operations of the new post-Panamax system. A movie...
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Fuerte San Jeronimo

I wish I could share more details on Fuerte San Jeronimo, but unfortunately the information sign has been sun faded and cracked to the point that it is illegible - and there is not much on the...
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Bargain for Molas

Kuna wore few clothes and decorated their bodies with colorful designs. When encouraged to wear clothes by the missionaries, they copied these designs in their molas, which they wore as clothing. I...
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Panama Canal

The new Panama Canal is open. Just like the original, the new Canal is a huge triumph in engineering. The expansion project began in 2007 in order to effectively double the transit capacity of the...
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San Blas Islands

I believe important to share my own experience (I am travelling to San Blas every 3 months since 2007 and very closed to a Kuna Family running two islands - By the way I am always spending X-Mas with...
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"A Mix of Cultures and History"
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