Panama Canal and Biomuseo – SRCD


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The Panama Canal, known as the 8th Wonder of the World, is a 50-mile (80 kms) ship channel that joins the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It is a key conduit for international maritime trade and one of the greatest works of engineering in history.

The Miraflores Locks are one of three sets of locks, which work as water lifts, raising and lowering ships from sea level up to the Gatun Lake water level. From the observatory center, you will be able to see the action, looking at the boats going through the locks according to the available schedule from the Panama Canal.

You have also the opportunity to enjoy the 45-minute IMAX 3D documentary narrated by Morgan Freeman, providing insight into the rich history and engineering marvels of the canal.

You will stop in an artisan market close to the Observatory center for souvenir shopping, then, you will also stop in front of the Administration building of the Panama Canal.

Begin your day by immersing yourself in the wonders of Panama’s biodiversity at the Biomuseo. Designed by the renowned architect Frank Gehry, the museum’s vibrant and unique architecture sets the stage for an extraordinary educational experience. Delve into the geological forces that shaped Panama into a crucial land bridge between North and South America.

Interactive exhibits and multimedia presentations bring the natural history of Panama to life, showcasing the country’s diverse ecosystems. From tropical rainforests to coral reefs, the Biomuseo highlights the interconnectedness of these environments.

This unique combination of the Biomuseo and the Panama Canal offers a day of discovery and indulgence, blending the cultural richness of Panama’s natural heritage. It’s an experience that seamlessly weaves education, relaxation, and the sheer joy of exploration in one unforgettable day.

After the Biomuseo, you will have the opportunity to eat and dine at the Causeway. The Amador Causeway in Panama is a scenic roadway connecting Panama City to four small islands in the Pacific Ocean. Built with rocks excavated during the construction of the Panama Canal, it offers stunning views of the city skyline, the Pacific Ocean, and the entrance to the Panama Canal. The causeway is a recreational area with jogging and biking paths, parks, restaurants, and shops. It is a popular destination for outdoor activities and leisure, attracting both locals and tourists. The causeway also leads to four islands with recreational facilities and serves as the location for the Biomuseo, a museum focused on Panama’s biodiversity and natural history.

Panama Canal and Biomuseo – SRCD


Depart from the Hotel: 03:00 p.m.

Canal tour: 03:30 p.m. to 05:00 p.m.

Biomuseo: 05:30 p.m. to 07:00 p.m.

Dinner time on your own: 07:00 p.m. to 09:00 p.m.

Meeting point at 09:00 p.m.: Panama Sign

Hotel return max time: 09:30 p.m


Estimated time: 6 – 7 hours

Minimum people: 10 people


  • Transportation
  • Tour Guide
  • IMAX Ticket
  • Biomuseo Tickts
  • 2 Sodas per person
  • 2 Bottled water per person
  • 2 Snacks per person
  • Dinner Time

What to bring:
• Comfortable shoes
• Cash for souvenirs

Terms and conditions

  • Minimum amount of people must be met
  • Cancelation up to 48 hours in advanced
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