Exploring culture, history, and ecology at the crossroad of the Americas
Panama Canal Zone Tour
Get ready for a one-of-a-kind tour that explores iconic sights of Panama Canal history. Did you know that there was an entire American community tucked away in Panama from 1903 until the year 2000? This was the community that built the Panama Canal, lived in the Canal Zone and kept the waterway operating for 86 years.
During this tour, you will hear accounts of what life was like in the Canal Zone and get a true sense of this forgotten part of Panama history.
It’s not just the destination, it’s the journey that makes this tour, and it has something for everyone. Your knowledgeable Spanish/English speaking guide will spill the beans on local history, ecology, wildlife and indigenous groups.
This tour is one of the best in Panama, but often overlooked. Not only do we see the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans, we also explore pirate history, a 16th Century Spanish fort, and the new Agua Clara locks of the Panama Canal.