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Panama is a country full of surprises, from it’s history and built heritage, to the contemporary skyscrapers that characterise the newer part of it’s capital, Panama City, to stunning nature and a rich wildlife, especially for those passionate about birdwatching.
We have assembled here various one-day tours, if you are stopping for a short time as part of a cruise itinerary, or if you are enjoying a beach holiday and want to add some action to your stay.
Local accessibility expert Panama Accesible ensures that all activities are suited to your needs, and these activities are suited for people with various types of needs and abilities. Find the list below and more information about who these tours are suited for.
Panama is currently closed for tourism to foreigners, travel hopefully will resume in 2020, not earlier than January. We will post regular updates if the situation improves. (updated 7 September 2020)
Pick-up and drop off at your preferred location.
The tours are in mini vans with automatic ramp or, depending on the number of participants, there is an intermediate bus with portable ramp and a 46 passenger bus with hydraulic ramp. Some streets are paved with cobblestone, others with concrete and others with gravel stone. Portobelo is in the North coast, 2 hours from Panama City and you may expect sand, gravel stone and cobblestone.
For travelers in wheelchairs, an assistant will be provided at specific sites. Please note that this tour will require to roll/walk a lot but will go at your pace!
More in general, accessibility in Panama is still a work in process. However the sites have all been inspected, the hotel has adapted rooms and the lobby and sidewalk floor are level. However, no accessibility services can be found on the pool area.
Inside the city´s modern uproar, there is a calm place where exotic birds and animals can be seen in their native habitat. It’s the only natural park in Central America within the limits of a metropolitan city. It is also known as the lung of Panama. Then enjoy wandering a historical tour, in the second city known as the Old Quarter (Casco Antiguo), which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This tour includes stunning views from the modern city with its skyscrapers and international banking district. Moreover, surrounding Casco Antiguo, you will roll to local street art, crafts, food & coffee, vendors and everyday activities while heading to the coastal belt. A great occasion for an incredible photoshoot!
Just away from the big city hustle, lies a completely unique rain forest. It offers amazing adventures through an aerial tram ride and bird watching is a must. The tram rises 267 feet to an observation tower offering fabulous views of the Chagres River, the Embera Indigenous community and most of the Soberanía National Park. In here, even the sloths are ready to welcome you! Then, we will visit the remains of the first European city founded in the Pacific sector throughout the Americas, which on August 15th, 2019 turned 500 years! A stop will be done overlooking the Panama Bay to see what shorebirds we can find.