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Panama City

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Tours and Excursions

Panama City

City and Canal Tour
This tour is included for all participants
We will enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of modern Panama City including visits to the banking and financial district, and of the Old City (Casco Viejo) famous for churches, palaces, pedestrian walkways and historical plazas. We'll stop at the PANAART handicraft market and maybe even enjoy a refreshing gelato. From there we'll visit the Eighth Wonder of the World, the Panama Canal. Our tour also includes a Panamanian lunch at Pencas Restaurant bordering the Bay of Panama

Folklore and Dinner and Show
This tour is included for all participants
We'll end our day with a celebration of Panama's culture as we enjoy native art and performances art while feasting on local favorites

Sheraton Bijao Beach Resort

Anton Valley Day Tour
This optional tour will be $75 per person
Experience the amazing natural and ecological landscape of the Anton Valley. Zipline canopy excursions are also available. Along with savoring the natural beauty you can also explore the Crafts Market. While you're here keep an eye out for the diminutive Golden Frog

Agrotourism Tour of the Hermann Gnaegi Farm
This optional tour will be $75 per person
The tour starts with a visit to Penonome, home of tobacco craftsmen making hand-rolled cigars, a fruit export processing facility, a crafts boutique and various agricultural operations. From here we'll visit the rice farms in El Caño and the El Caño Archaeological Park which includes a pre-Colombian native cemetery. We'll then head to Marañon to take a tour through a cashew processing plant. We'll visit a sugar cane plantation and refinery and travel to the Albina region to learn about salt mines and shrimp farming. Our tour also includes a visit to the oldest Catholic church in the Americas, The Minor Basilica of Santiago Apostle in Nata de los Caballeros. We'll conclude our agrotour with a visit to the Gnaegi farm to observe its agricultural operations as well as poultry and iguana farming

Petroglyph Tour and Victoriano Lorenzo

This optional tour will be $75 per person
We start our journey along the panoramic road towards the north of Panama to the town of La Pintada where we will observe majestic mountains and geological formations and plantations of orange, coffee and flora typical of the region. Our first stop will be The Mines where we will explore famous petroglyphs. We continue our journey toward Farallon, La Pintada, a short walk in search of Petroglyphs and pre-Colombian native monuments. On the way home we'll stop at a craft tobacco factory where you will appreciate the artistry involved in these hand made products!

You may pre-register for these tours by contacting our agents at 407-504-3815 or agents@parrotheadcruise.com

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