8 days


Panama is where man-made marvels and natural phenomena intersect. Known as the Bridge of the Americas, Panama’s narrow isthmus connects North and South America and acts as a catalyst for the spread of biodiversity of our world. Thanks to this continental crossroads, the country is home to the most diverse flora and fauna in Central America.

From working alongside practicing scientists on a wetland conservation project to visiting a local research station on the Caribbean coast, learn about how the incredible engineering feat of the Panama Canal helped to alter the surrounding ecosystems of this Central American oasis.

Day 1: Fly to Panama City

Meet your Tour Director at the airport

Day 2: Panama City

Visit the Panamá Viejo Ruins and Museum
Take a walking tour of Casco Viejo
Visit the Biomuseo

Day 3: Panama City

Participate in an interactive workshop
Take part in wetlands field work

Day 4: Panama City

Take part in wetlands field work

Day 5: Panama City

Enjoy an expert-led tour of Metropolitan Natural Park
Explore the rainforest during an evening walk with a biologist

Day 6: Galeta Point • Panama City

Learn about mangroves at a tropical research station
Go snorkeling

Day 7: Gamboa • Panama City

Take a biologist-led boat ride on the Panama Canal
Visit the Miraflores Locks Visitor Centre at the Panama Canal
Enjoy a folklore dinner and show

Day 8: Depart for home