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Day Trip to Colon by Train

The Panama Canal was made possible by a train, built in the 1850′s to service the crowds drawn to California by the great Gold Rush of 1849. The train still winds through the jungle along the edge of the Canal on its way from Panama to the Caribbean coast each morning and back each afternoon.
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Whale Watching

September through January is normally considered prime whale watching season in Panama, though lately the whales have been sticking around all year.


Many of our guests like to take day trips to the beaches near Panama City. Whether you want to spend an hour, all day or go for a few days, we can organize a beach trip to your liking. Some of our favorites are: Taboga Island for a day trip–it’s a short ferry ride from
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The backbone of the Americas passes through Panama on its way from Canada to Chile, with a brief break in Panama City (just low enough to allow the Canal to pass, thankfully). But driving for just over an hour from Las Clementinas, you can be breathing fresh, cool mountain air in El Valle. And a
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Because of Panama’s position as a regional trade capital and its low import duties, the country has become one of Latin America’s favorite shopping destinations. Whether you are interested in locally-flavored shopping or in high-end, mall-style shopping, you will be pleasantly surprised by Panama’s selection. Guayaberas, Cuban cigars, handmade Panama Hats, native handcrafts and global
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Panama is the perfect place to golf. A few years ago there weren’t many options throughout the country for golfing but that is quickly changing. Golf pros and amateurs now have a lot to choose from.

Barro Colorado Island

In fact, what we call the Panama Canal might have been more accurately named “Panama’s One Big Manmade Lake between Two Short Canals at Either Side of the Isthmus”. Rather than dig from ocean to ocean as the French had set out to do, the United States elected to use Panama’s immense rainfall to flood
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Bird Watching

When the North American winter sets in, Panama is flooded with thousands of species of migratory birds–so much so that the Audubon Society routinely sets and resets its records for most species seen in a day in the jungle just on the edge of Panama City. That this kind of wildlife can be found 30
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Fishing in Panama comes in two flavors–serious deep-sea fishing and relaxed fresh water fishing on Gatun Lake. Panama is one of the world’s top blue water fishing destinations. We can arrange a great day charter right out of the city, or at one of Panama’s famous lodges for those serious anglers with a little more
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Panama Canal

There is a reason that the Canal is considered one of the wonders of the modern world and Frank Gehry called it a great kinetic sculpture. You can practically see the entrance of the Canal from Las Clementinas, and the first set of locks is a less than fifteen minutes drive. So it’s perfectly possible
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