Tour – Partial transit through the Panama Canal
Tour – Partial transit through the Panama Canal

Our tour begins on the Amador Causeway. Passengers take our buses to go to the area of ​​Gamboa, where they embark and begin the journey by water. The boat after crossing the waters of Lake Gatun, goes to the Pedro Miguel locks, crossing the famous Culebra Cut, one of the points of interest for visitors because it is full of history and geological value.
Before reaching the Pedro Miguel Exclusa at the southern end of the court, you can see the new Centennial Bridge which crosses over the canal. Then go into the Exclusas Pedro Miguel, where the boat will drop 9 meters in one step. Then enter Miraflores Lake, which is a small artificial body of fresh water that separates Pedro Miguel locks with Miraflores, which is the last set of locks before reaching the Pacific Ocean. In the Miraflores Locks the vessel floor 18 meters in two distinct steps.
Once in the Pacific Ocean the vessel will sail the waters of the Flamenco Marina where passengers disembark. During this tour, the boat will cross the Bridge of the Americas, and finally Panama Bay and a panoramic view of the city of Panama. Overall the experience could take 6 to 8 hours (depending on the decision of the Panama Canal Authority), and the boat traffic of the day.

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