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I went on this tour early April and it did not disappoint. I saw monkeys in the wild, a sloth in the wild, toucans in the wild, iguana - plus more! as well as a crocodile just off the side of the Rainforest Resort restaurant...More
Staff were well informed and tried to give you a basic information of the area. It was a little short for what you pay but was good for our 7yr old and grandparents. Boats hold about 20 people or so and your out for about...More
Travel through the Panama Canal. See Capuchin monkeys, iguanas, and more. We went on a morning tour that included a boat ride, Buffett lunch, aerial tram ride, and animal conservancy tour. It was a fun day. My son loved the sloth rehabilitation center. The whole...More
Was recommended by a local friend and we were not disappointed! Take a taxi (or uber) to the Gamboa Resort and pay for the next boat ride. We had to wait 1:30 as the previous boat had just left. The tour guide speaks perfect English...More
After a snack at the Gamboa Rain Forest Resort (which consisted of fried chicken fingers, fried cheese sticks, and french fries as there is not a big selection), we headed to our launch. The boat was comfortable and not too crowded although there were other...More
This huge complex, once the staff housing for people working on the Panama Canal is just 1/2 mile from the canal and over looking the Charges River. The grounds are well maintained and the trees full of pink faced parrots, motmots, chachalacas and hundreds of...More
Ok trip, nothing crazy. We booked a 1 hour trip. They take you to see monkeys and that's pretty much it. If I could redo it I would try to book a longer trip where you could take it slow and maybe see if you...More
Small boat, about 2 dozen guests. When animals are spotted, captain does a great job moving the boat so all get a chance to view and take pictures. Not a long ride - maybe 1.5 hours - but that is plenty.