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- 34.57 reviews
If you visit Panama, you obviously have to go see the canal, however it is not the most interesting attraction in the world. The museum is pretty interesting, it provides history of the canal and how it works. When you are finished with that, you can go to the fourth floor viewing balcony and if you are there at the ...Popular withHistoryOutdoorLocal
- 44.56 reviews
A beer brewery in the heart of Panama City? Yes, please. La Rana Dorada is located in the El Cangrejo neighborhood of the city, just off Via Argentina, the main thoroughfare of the area. It's a cute British style pub that's very popular with the expats. Their outdoor terrace is charming, but small, so get there at a reasonable hour ...Popular withAdventure
- 555 reviews
Bluff Beach is a beautiful, off the beaten path beach. The waves make this beach hard to swim at certain times of the year, however the white sand and island beach bar make this beach fun. AND it's always uncrowded.
- 64.56 reviews
Check the big Star Fish in this clear water beach. Avoid weekends or holidays.
- 954 reviews
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- 1154 reviews
The Chagres river feeds Gatun Lake whose fresh waters are used to operate the Panama Canal. Near the town of Gamboa, you can visit the Embera village by just taking a 5 minute dugout canoe crossing. This ethnic village can take you back to the time the Spaniards came to the Isthmus of Panama looking for a route to East. ...Popular withLuxuryAdventureLocal
- 1245 reviews
The views of Panama City from the Amador Causeway are really beautiful. It's a long, winding road that connects three smaller islands. It's been built up more and more for tourists in recent years, and as a result there are many shops and restaurants to patron, as well as bike rentals. The water around you provides a peaceful contrast to ...Popular withLuxury
- 174.53 reviews
You can take another tour to the Sal Creek Indian Village, as you wind down the mangrove covered creek to enter the village and then check out the local culture.
- 184.53 reviews
This is a beautiful park in Panama City. There are several hiking trails available and entry was $2.00 for any of the trails. There is a shorter 45 minute trail if you're tight on time, but there are also much longer trails that promise more opportunity to see some exotic animals. We didn't see any birds or cool wildlife (decided ...Popular withOutdoorGreenAdventure