Birdwatching: Panama is one of the best places in Central America to go birding. Read More...

12 Days - Panama offers the opportunity to see nature from different angles: what a town inside a volcano offers us, what the paradisiacal islands of San Blas offer us and what the central provinces of the country offer us.

12 Days

11 Days - Mix of nature, culture and history, is what this tour offers us: Panama with its nature and history, Azuero with its culture, the wonderful Bayano caves, and the nature and adrenaline that the province of Chiriquí offers us.

11 Days

13 Days - Such a small country, where we can visit both oceans on the same day: this tour offers us the opportunity to take a tour of 3 archipelagos: San Blas, Las Perlas and Bocas del Toro.

13 Days
From $173 USD Per Person

8 Hours - An opportunity to see the Smithsonian Institute visited by the world's scientists: a guided walk through this island totally protected from civilization and rich in rare and endangered species.To reach the island, you will cross the canal and see the ¨great ones of the sea¨ up close.

Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun
8 Hours
From $77 USD Per Person

4 Hours - Enjoy pure nature on the Pipeline Road, Panama's most famous destination for bird watching on the edge of the Soberanía National Park. And have a wonderful view of the tropical forest from the tower of the Discovery Rainforest Interpretive Center.

4 Hours
From $142 USD Per Person

8 Hours - In the Chagres National Park, the Embera indigenous people will take us to discover the Panamanian jungle through the San Juan de Pequenin River to their Embera community, while learning about their lifestyle and learning from their traditions!

8 Hours
From $193 USD Per Person

6 Hours - If you like fishing and you are looking for a fun excursion in Panama, we recommend fishing in the Gatun Lake. Spend a morning fishing in serenity surrounded by tropical flora and fauna.

6 Hours
From $120 USD Per Person

6 Hours - You like nature! this tour can offer you an interaction with the tropical forest, enjoy the trails and birds at the Discovery Rainforest Interpretive Center. Continue with the Gatún Expedition on the Gatún Lake, a boat ride of around 1 hour, where you can observe the fauna of the lake.

6 Hours
From $166 USD Per Person

6 Hours - Get to know the tropical forest by sea with the Gatun Lake Expedition and its aerial tram. Visit the Ecological exhibits and learn about butterflies, frogs and orchids. Also know the first Sloth Sanctuary and end the tour with a delicious lunch.

Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
6 Hours

About Wildlife

Birdwatching: Panama is one of the best places in Central America to go birding. Due to the country’s location between two continents and its narrow girth, more species of birds inhabit Panama than anywhere else on the continent. A dazzling variety of North and South American birds are represented, both native and migratory.

The famous resplendent quetzal, the three-wattled bellbird, the harpy eagle and the king vulture are just a few of the many species that flourish here. The total number of bird species found in Panama, about 950, is surprisingly large, especially when you consider the relatively small surface area of the country. Some 150 of these species are neotropical migrants that only occur in the country from September until April. It's not uncommon to see more than twenty different migrant warblers and vireos on a good morning during the spring or fall migration, in addition to fifty or sixty resident species.

Whale watching: Humpback whales from the Southern Hemisphere “winter” in Panamanian waters from July until November during their annual migration to tropical waters to mate and calf. Humpback whales are named for the distinctive “hump” that they make when bending their backs for breathing and diving. The humpback is a baleen whale like the blue whale and it strains krill and small fish from the water. An adult humpback will consume between a ton and a ton and a half of food a day and males can grow to 35 feet long and females can reach 40 feet.

National parks: Panama’s unique geographic location has resulted in a wealth of diversity in plant, animal and bird life. The protection of these natural resources is important in Panama, and almost 30% of the country has been set aside for conservation purposes. There are 14 National Parks, as well as approximately 16 Wildlife Refuges and Reserves.

The 14 National Parks encompass approximately 3.5 million acres of rainforest, jungle, mountain range, marine areas, beaches and desert ecosystems, which cover roughly 22% of the surface area of the country. These areas are the habitat of almost 1,000 species of birds, as well as 220 mammals and 354 reptiles and amphibians.

Jungle: No other country in Central America has highly developed urban areas with as easy access to dense tropical jungles as Panama. You can literally go wildlife watching “over lunch,” having added new and astonishing animal sightings to your wish list. Discover the exotic flora and fauna while watching monkeys, crocodiles, exotic birds and an enormous array of other animals.