Canoping

Tourism canopy, also known as the “canopy tour” or “tour to zip line”, is an exciting tourist activity that has become popular in many destinations around Panama. The canopy consists of gliding through the treetops using cables, platforms and safety harness, which allows tourists to have a unique and exciting experience while enjoying the panoramic views of the natural surroundings.

Panama provides several options for the tourism canopy, with tours available in different regions of the country, such as the rainforests of the province of Chiriqui, Boquete, Gamboa and other mountainous areas.

During a canopy tour, visitors are led by trained instructors that provide information on the local flora and fauna, as well as the importance of the conservation of the environment. Tourists are equipped with safety harnesses and receive instructions on how to use the equipment before you begin the journey. Then, sliding down cables suspended between the tops of the trees, across the canopy of the forest and enjoying the panoramic views and the thrill of speed and height.

Tourism canopy is an excellent option for lovers of adventure and nature, as it allows for a unique and exciting experience in the middle of lush jungle landscapes. In addition, this activity is usually suitable for people of different ages and levels of physical condition, which makes it accessible to a wide variety of visitors.

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Cultural tours

Cultural tourism is a form of travel that allows you to immerse yourself in the culture of a destination, to know its history, traditions, customs, music, dances, gastronomy and handicrafts. In Panama, a country with a rich cultural diversity, there are many options to enjoy cultural tourism. Here are some ideas:

  1. Old City of Panama-This is a site of historical and culturally significant that it has been declared a world Heritage site by UNESCO. The Old town is known for its Spanish colonial architecture, with cobbled streets, historic squares, old churches and buildings with centuries of history. Here you can visit museums, art galleries, crafts shops, and enjoy the vibrant cultural life of the city.
  2. Festival of the Marjoram: This is one of the festivals of traditional music and most important of Panama, which is held in the town of Guarare, in the province of Los Santos. During the festival, make presentations of typical music of panama, with the prominence of the guitar and the marjoram, a stringed instrument native. There are also traditional dances, crafts and cultural activities that show the wealth of the panamanian culture.
  3. Folk dances: Panama has a great diversity of folk dances that represent the traditions and the identity of different regions of the country. Among them are la Diabla Dirty and el Torito), which are typical dances of the interior of the country, as well as the Skirt, which is the national dance of Panama, and is characterized by the colorful costumes that look the dancers. Attend presentations of folk dances is a way to immerse yourself in the panamanian culture and appreciate the richness of their traditions.
  4. Gastronomy panama: The food is an important part of the culture of any country, and Panama is no exception. The gastronomy of panama is a mixture of influences from indigenous, Spanish, african and other cultures that have left their mark on the country. You can enjoy typical dishes such as stew, ceviche, rice with pigeon, tamales and empanadas, among others. Try the local food is a delicious way to immerse yourself in the panamanian culture and discover the flavors and culinary traditions.
  5. Art and crafts: Panama has a rich artistic tradition and craftsmanship which can be seen in its art galleries, markets and artisan shops. You can find paintings, sculptures, ceramics, jewelry, and other art objects that represent the culture and traditions of the country. You can also buy typical handicrafts such as molas, skirts, masks and baskets, which are made by local artisans and represent the wealth and culture of Panama.

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Jungle Safari

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Kayak

Kayaking is a popular activity in Panama, given its large number of rivers, mangroves and sea coasts. There are several options for kayaking in Panama, both in freshwater and in the ocean.

  1. Kayak in the Rio Chagres: The Chagres River, located in the Soberania National Park, offers the opportunity to kayak in calm waters while you enjoy the lush tropical forest surrounding it. The kayaks are a great way to explore the tributaries of the river, to discover the local biodiversity and learn about the culture and indigenous history of the region.
  2. Kayaking in the Archipelago of Bocas del Toro: The crystal-clear waters of the Archipelago of Bocas del Toro, on the caribbean coast of Panama, are ideal for kayaking in the ocean. You can rent kayaks at the main islands such as Isla Colon, or Isla Bastimentos, and explore the beaches, mangroves and coral reefs at your own pace. You can also do guided tours by kayak to discover the rich marine life and the local culture of the area.
  3. Kayak in the Marine National Park Gulf of Chiriqui: The Marine National Park Gulf of Chiriqui on the pacific coast of Panama, is a paradise for kayaking. Its calm waters and many islands also offer opportunities for sea kayaking, exploring mangroves, bird watching and enjoy the pristine beaches. In addition, you can see whales and dolphins during the season of migration.
  4. Kayak on Lake Gatun: Gatun Lake, an enormous water reserves that form part of the Panama Canal, is another popular place for kayaking in Panama. Its calm waters and lush green surroundings allow you to enjoy a peaceful kayak trip, observe the local flora and fauna, and learn about the history of the Panama Canal.

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