Eco Tour to Monkey Island 8 hours

This tour starts in the morning at Gamboa Park. You will navigate in the Gatun Lake together with cruises, vessels, container ships or even submarines as they cross the Panama Canal.

As you navigate the Gatun Lake you will encounter different animals that live in the rainforest surrounding the lake like sloths, different kinds of monkeys, iguanas, crocodiles, birds, etc. You will be taken to a beautiful spring fed water hole by canoe but for the adventurous, kayaks are available as well as fishing at the lake.

This tour is a boat exploration of Lake Gatun and a great opportunity to see 4 different species of monkeys, all within 40 minutes of Panama’s capital city. A representative from the fleet transportation will pick you in the morning around 8:00am and take you to the lake. You will also see many other animal species such as Toucans, Sloths and many exotic birds.

You will stop for lunch at the floating lodge then the tour also gives you the chance to bath in spring fed natural pools and kayak in the lake in the afternoon or go fishing on the lake for a good peacok bass catch then we will take you back around 3:30pm to La Rampa in Gamboa to be taken back to your hotel.

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What's included

  • Boat rides
  • English speaking driver/ guide
  • Cold drinks
  • Transportation included van and coaster bus
  • Lunch
  • Taxes

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* Minimum of 1 adults are required on this tour

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Country: Panama

Start city: Panama City

Nearest airport: Tocumen International Airport (PTY)

Duration: 8 hours

Starts at: 8:00 at Your hotel in Panama city

Ends at: Your hotel in Panama city

Available for: Children,Students,Adults,Seniors

Guide speaks: English

  • Monkey island
  • Panama tour
  • Panama canal boat tour
  • Panama excursions
  • Wildlife
  • Nature
  • Gatun Lake
  • Exotic birds
  • Bird watching