We offer tours to tourist sites at affordable rates, we have bilingual staff trained to guide you at all times while in the country.
Miraflores Visitor Center at the Panama Canal
From here you can see part of the operation of the Panama Canal at the Miraflores locks specifically can be observed the transit of ships from different part of the world.
San Blas Islands
San Blas is a series of 378 islands, there are only 49 are habited by their native, the Kuna's Indians who will make your stay an unforgettable experience. San Blas is famous for its handicrafts, home made molas and pristine beaches.
Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro offers visitors a wide variety of attractions and natural environments, hard to find in other regions of our continent: thick jungles and rain forests with abundant flora and fauna, islands full of sun, beaches that compete with the best beaches of the Caribbean.
El Valle de Anton
Two hours from Panama City, you can see a variety of attractive ecotourism, we can mention its endemic species. Golden frogs and square trees, unique in the world.The waterfalls are impressive, the most famous are: Las Mozas and El Macho. a minutes from town, at the neighborhood called La Pintada,you will find hieroglyphic stones, still undeciphered.
Boquete and Volcan are the main destinations for tourists seeking a pleasant climate. In these places there are several hotels, lodges, inns, restaurants and adventures that can be performed as: canopy, rafting, rock climbing and rappelling, the International Friendship Park tour and Volcan Baru National Park, and others.
Colon Free Zone
In the Free Zone can find merchandise such as clothing, shoes, handbags, appliances, jewelry, liquor, among others, wholesales, being one of the most important free zones of the world.
Portobelo Bay was discovered by Christopher Columbus on his fourth voyage, carried aboard the Santa Maria, on November 2, 1502. This place attracted the attention of Columbus for their natural and unique beauty and security offered.
Amador Causeway,Panama City
It is one of the most popular attraction sites of the city, has many recreational facilities, such as restaurants, bars, nightclubs and a convention center and sidewalk, widely used for walking, jogging or biking. It enjoys panoramic views towards the entrance of the Panama Canal and the Bridge of the Americas, as well as to the city and the Bay of Panama.
Coiba National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. It is by its size and wealth of the islands and their surrounding marine waters of the natural jewels of Panama. Protect marine, coastal and island.
Contadora, Pearl Islands
Pearl Islands are a group of about 39 islands and 100 islets (many of them are small and uninhabited) located in the heart of the Gulf of Panama. Contadora Island, north of the archipelago, is known for its tourism and hospitality.