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Panama: Private Layover Tour92 Reviews
Discover the highlights of Panama City on a private tour to take advantage of your flight layover. Explore the Old Town and visit the Panama Canal to admire it during the busiest time of the day.
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- Visit the best of Panama City on a private tour with an expert guide
- Take advantage of your layover in Panama
- Enjoy Panama City in safety and comfort
DescriptionUsing your flight number and airline name, a driver will track your flight until it lands. After landing, the driver will be waiting for you outside with a sign highlighting your name. The driver will assist you to the car with your luggage. Once in the car, the driver will head to the Miraflores Visitors Center at the Panama Canal, where you will see the ships going through the Miraflores Locks on their way from one ocean to the other. The tour will be designed for you to visit the Panama Canal during the busiest time of the day, so you can watch the process from a terrace. After leaving the Panama Canal, the guide will take you to the Amador Causeway, a road that connects 3 islands, where you will have the opportunity to see the Biodiversity Museum designed by Frank Gehry. The following destination will be the Old Town (Casco Viejo) of Panama, where you can appreciate the beauty of colonial buildings and handcrafts shops while walking the quaint, narrow roads. After the Old Town, see the modern downtown of Panama City on your way back to the airport.
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- Keep in mind a minimum of 7 hours between flights are needed to be able to take part in the tour. Additionally, travelers coming from Brazil are required to bring their International Vaccination Certificate against yellow fever Tickets for the Visitor Center of the Panama Canal have an additional cost of USD $17.22 per adult and USD $7.22 per child to be purchased at the Panama Canal. This stop is optional because there is a free observation area from Pedro Miguel Locks.