Colon, Panama

Introduction to Colon, Panama

At the end of the Panama Railroad, Colón was built to provide a fast route to California and the gold rush. Outside the city are the canal’s impressive Gatún Locks and Gatún Dam. About half an hour away is the Fort San Lorenzo; it’s a well-preserved reminder of when this area was at the heart of the Spanish Main.

At the Atlantic end of the Panama Canal, Colón was initially established as the terminus of the Panama Railroad, built to provide a fast overland route to California and the gold rush.

The town was originally called Aspinwall – the promoter of the Railroad was William Aspinwall – but the local Hispanic population called it Colón after Christopher Columbus.

Just outside are several reminders of Panama’s rich history, including the Canal’s impressive Gatún Locks and Gatún Dam. About half an hour away is the Fort San Lorenzo, built by Spain to guard the mouth of the strategically important Chagres River. The fort is a well-preserved reminder of when this was at the heart of the Spanish Main.

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Gatun Lake, Panama

ECO CRUISE ON THE GATUN LAKE (TOUR B)

  • Marvel at the impressive Gatun Lake
  • Keep your eyes peeled for the abundance of wildlife that call this ecosystem home
  • Appreciate the industrial feat of the Miraflores Locks
Price£45.00 - £55.00
DurationApproximately 6 Hours
LimitationLimited Capacity
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

On this tour, wonder at the engineering marvel of the Panama Canal and enjoy an ecological boat ride on the Gatun Lake.

Joining your specialised guide, you will focus on three elements during your tour – culture, history and ecology.

Prior to the construction of the Panama Canal, the vast jungle area that is now the Gatun Lake was teeming with an overwhelming abundance of wildlife. As the region was flooded to create the lake, animals took refuge in the mountain peaks, which are now the many islands that dot the renowned lake.

Sit back and relax as you slowly cruise the back channels, islands and bays that make up this unique ecosystem, gliding past lush rainforests to a secluded region of the lake to witness first-hand, the splendour and excitement of the jungle. Exotic birds, monkeys, sloths, iguanas and crocodiles are just a few of the animals that you might be able to spot in their native surroundings. The sights, sounds and scents that make up this beautiful tropical jungle will engulf you – cameras are a must as this is considered one of the world’s premier locations for viewing monkeys and other animals in the wild.

You continue to the Miraflores Locks, one of the three locks that form part of the Panama Canal. Take the opportunity to pause and observe the gargantuan ships that make their way through the lock chambers, before viewing the exhibition halls that are at the heart of the Miraflores Locks Visitor’s Centre. 

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR THE 2015/2016 CARIBBEAN SEASON & 2016 BLACK WATCH AROUND THE WORLD CRUISE. 

Is this tour right for you?

TOUR NOTES: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, therefore it is not considered suitable for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. The boat will be boarded via a floating pier. The boat used will be covered, and toilet facilities are not available onboard. Guests are advised to wear light clothing and sensible footwear. Sun protection, insect repellent and a bottle of water would be handy additions to your bag. Don’t forget your camera! We cannot guarantee the presence of any wildlife. It is possible that you may visit Miraflores Locks before your cruise. Depending on canal scheduling, there is no guarantee you will be able to see vessels in the lock chambers at Miraflores. 


Chagres River, Panama

EMBERA INDIAN VILLAGE (TOUR E)

  • Visit the remote village of Emberá – home to a semi-nomadic tribe of Indians
  • Learn about their culture as you interact with the locals
Price£50.00 - £60.00
DurationApproximately 5.5 Hours
Walking level 3 - extensive walkingExtensive walking

Travel back in time, more than 600 years, to a Central America only few have had the experience of witnessing, as you journey into the lives of the Emberá Indian Tribe.

Joining your local guide, you travel to the jungles of the central region. During your journey, your guide will share with you the history and customs of the Emberá Indians who are the keepers of the rainforest and the Chagres River.

Upon arrival, you board the dugout canoes that will take you to the village.  Although not the most luxurious, these canoes are sturdy and worthy craft which are critical in the conquering of the jungle and in establishing supply lifelines for both Indians and the Spanish.

After travelling up the river, you will see the village emerge from the jungle as if by magic. Keep your eyes peeled throughout, as the region offers an abundance of wildlife that is particularly active along the river’s edge. Once onshore, you will be welcomed by the chief with traditional Emberá hospitality. A series of dances will be performed, before you are invited to wander the village, ask questions and interact with these normally quiet people. The Emberá men and women are considered spectacular craftsmen and will have a display of their beautiful items to purchase – a great souvenir to remember your day here.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR THE 2015/2016 CARIBBEAN SEASON & 2016 BLACK WATCH AROUND THE WORLD CRUISE. 

Is this tour right for you?

TOUR NOTES: Please remember that you will be guests in the Emberá village, therefore please ensure you display a good measure of common sense and sensitivity towards their privacy. What wildlife can be seen is not guaranteed, as the animals will be in their natural, free environment. Toilets will be very basic, at the village only latrines will be available. Boarding the dugout canoes requires dexterity and flexibility – the landing point is very basic and does not have handrails or proper steps. Although there will be people on hand to assist, guests will be required to step into and out of the canoes by themselves. This tour is therefore not considered suitable for wheelchair users or the less agile. There will be approximately one and a half hours of walking over dirt and uneven ground. Guests are advised to pay due care and attention when walking. At the village there will be 12 steps to negotiate.


Panama Canal

PANAMA CANAL - THE LAND DIVIDED, THE WORLD UNITED (TOUR D)

  • Discover the Miraflores Locks Visitor’s Centre, which showcases exhibitions about both the history and the future of the Panama Canal
  • Visit the newly-established observation centre
  • Observe the engineering undertakings as work gets underway on the construction of the new locks
Price£40.00 - £50.00
DurationApproximately 5.5 Hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

The image conjured by Panama is generally that of the spectacular Canal, considered by many as  the Eighth Wonder of the World, and rightly so.

Your tour begins with a visit to the Miraflores Locks Visitor’s Centre, where you can learn about the past and future of the Panama Canal – an engineering wonder that fascinates people from around the world. Stop and pause to view some of the gargantuan ships making their way through the lock chambers, before admiring the exhibitions housed here, which include historical objects relating to the canal construction, interactive modules, video presentations and models of the Panama Canal.

Your concluding visit is to the Observation Centre of the canal expansion, located in Colon. This park-style concept is based on open platforms and roofed terraces and built in an area of four hectares. Here you can marvel at the construction of the new locks – a truly amazing sight. At the same time, it is possible to view the majestic Gatun Lake, where ships continue their transit through the waterway.

Filled with knowledge and history, you return to your awaiting ship.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR THE 2015/2016 CARIBBEAN SEASON & 2016 BLACK WATCH WORLD CRUISE.

Is this tour right for you?

TOUR NOTES: Depending upon canal scheduling, it is possible that you may not be able to see vessels in the lock chambers at Miraflores. This tour involves approximately two and quarter hours of both walking and standing over mostly flat ground. At Miraflores visitors centre, guests will need to use elevators to move between the floors.


PANAMA CANAL CRUISE - TOUR F

  • Enjoy the opportunity to cruise down the Panama Canal
  • Travel through the famous Miraflores Locks
  • A great tour for history and engineering buffs
Boat Tour
Price£120.00-£130.00
DurationApproximately 6.5 Hours
LimitationMinimum of 150 guests required to operate
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Snack includedSnack included

See for yourself how the Panama Canal works as you transit the Miraflores Locks, one of three locks used along the canal. The construction of the canal was one of the largest and most difficult engineering projects ever undertaken at the time, and it made an enormous impact on shipping in the region. This is an amazing sightseeing cruise not to be missed!

Your adventure begins with an approximate one and a half hour journey traversing the Trans-Isthmian highway from the Atlantic to the Pacific. This is the same route once used by the Spanish Conquistadors and the 49ers seeking a short cut from the east to the gold fields in the west.

Your coach journey will take you to a quayside in the middle of the Panama Canal under the newly built Centennial Bridge; it is here where you board your tour boat. Once aboard, you will sail from the end of the Gaillard Cut, traversing through Pedro Miguel Locks and Miraflores Lagoon before reaching Miraflores Locks; at this point your boat will lower approximately 85 feet back to sea level!

Sail under the impressive Bridge of the Americas on your way to the concluding point of Fort Amador Resort and Marina, once a famous military defence site for the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal.

Rejoining your coach again, you return to your awaiting ship. 

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR THE 2015 CARIBBEAN SEASON

 

Is this tour right for you?

TOUR NOTES: Please note that the full length of the canal is not traversed. Your time aboard the boat will be approximately three hours depending upon the number of other transiting vessels within the canal. Throughout the cruise the commentator will provide you with details about the locks and the famous Panama Canal. You will have approximately three to nine metres to walk from your tour vehicles to reach the boat’s landing stage; the boat will be boarded via gangplank. The typical boat used for this tour is air-conditioned and has three decks; there are approximately ten steps to negotiate between each deck. Toilet facilities will be available onboard the boat. A packed lunch consisting of a sandwich, packet of crisps, chocolate bar and a soft drink will be provided.


Panama Skyline, Panama

THE SHAPING OF PANAMA (TOUR A)

  • Discover the old, colonial area of Panama
  • Admire Cascao Antigua and learn about the tales of gallantry and piracy which have shaped this city’s streets
Price£30.00 - £40.00
DurationApproximately 5.25 Hours
LimitationLimited Capacity
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Free time includedFree time included

The image conjured up by Panama is generally that of the spectacular canal, an engineering marvel. However few know of the amazing glory and tragedy that came to shape this country, once known as the Pearl of the Pacific.

‘Old Panama’ was founded in 1519 and destroyed by the infamous Captain Henry Morgan in 1671. Your tour will pass by the ruins of the churches and convents, colonial palaces, bridges and military buildings that attest to the city’s magnificent past. A brief stop will be made at Old Panama to allow you a photo opportunity of this living museum. 

Upon leaving Old Panama, the road will lead you past the new Cinta Costera (coastal beltway) to enjoy an impressive view of the Panama skyline. Continuing you drive through the streets of the old French quarter, founded in 1673 by French Colonists. As you make your way along the coastline, you reach El Casco Antigou, where you will be invited to discover the tales of gallantry and piracy that have shaped the narrow streets of Colonial Panama.

Arriving at Cascao Antiguo, you visit the beautiful vaulted promenade known as Las Bovedas and the French Plaza – built in homage to those who built the canal. In addition to these monuments, a number of old houses and other attractions can be found in the downtown district. Over the years the city has experienced many changes, many of which can be seen through the varying influences on the architecture – including a wonderful blend of French, Spanish and Italian styles.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR THE 2015/2016 CARIBBEAN SEASON & 2016 BLACK WATCH AROUND THE WORLD CRUISE. 

Is this tour right for you?

TOUR NOTES: Please note that this tour may operate in a different order to that described. There is approximately one hour of walking involved over mostly flat terrain; however there may be some cobblestones to negotiate at Colonial Panama. There are approximately 35 steps to negotiate at the start and end of the French Plaza. Colonial Panama is not accessible to wheelchair guests; however you may choose to stay on the coach for this part of the tour. Your tour will also include a short stop at the YMCA market where you will be able to browse or shop for local handicrafts.


Gatun Lake, Panama

TOUR B - ECO CRUISE ON GATUN LAKE

  • Marvel at the impressive Gatun Lake
  • Keep your eyes peeled for the abundance of wildlife that call this ecosystem home
  • Appreciate the industrial feat of the Miraflores Locks
Boat Tour
Price£70.00 - £85.00
DurationApproximately 6 hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

On this tour, wonder at the engineering marvel of the Panama Canal and enjoy an ecological boat ride on the Gatun Lake.

Joining your specialised guide, you will focus on three elements during your tour – culture, history and ecology.

Prior to the construction of the Panama Canal, the vast jungle area that is now the Gatun Lake was teeming with an overwhelming abundance of wildlife. As the region was flooded to create the lake, animals took refuge in the mountain peaks, which are now the many islands that dot the renowned lake.

Sit back and relax as you slowly cruise the back channels, islands and bays that make up this unique ecosystem, gliding past lush rainforests to a secluded region of the lake to witness first-hand, the splendour and excitement of the jungle. Exotic birds, monkeys, sloths, iguanas and crocodiles are just a few of the animals that you might be able to spot in their native surroundings. The sights, sounds and scents that make up this beautiful tropical jungle will engulf you – cameras are a must as this is considered one of the world’s premier locations for viewing monkeys and other animals in the wild.

You continue to the Miraflores Locks, one of the three locks that form part of the Panama Canal. Take the opportunity to pause and observe the gargantuan ships that make their way through the lock chambers, before viewing the exhibition halls that are at the heart of the Miraflores Locks Visitor’s Centre.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016/17 CARIBBEAN CRUISE SEASON

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, therefore it is not considered suitable for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. The boat will be boarded via a floating pier. The boat used will be covered, and toilet facilities are not available onboard. Guests are advised to wear light clothing and sensible footwear. Sun protection, insect repellent and a bottle of water would be handy additions to your bag. Don’t forget your camera! We cannot guarantee the presence of any wildlife. It is possible that you may visit Miraflores Locks before your cruise. Depending on canal scheduling, there is no guarantee you will be able to see vessels in the lock chambers at Miraflores.


TOUR E - EMBRERA INDIAN VILLAGE

  • Visit the remote village of Emberá – home to a semi-nomadic tribe of Indians
  • Learn about their culture as you interact with the locals
Activity Tour
Price£55.00 - £70.00
DurationApproximately 5 ½ Hours
Walking level 3 - extensive walkingExtensive walking

Travel back in time - more than 600 years - to a Central America only few have had the experience of witnessing, as you journey into the lives of the Emberá Indian Tribe.

Joining your local guide, you travel to the jungles of the central region. During your journey, your guide will share with you the history and customs of the Emberá Indians who are the keepers of the rainforest and the Chagres River.

Upon arrival, you board the dugout canoes that will take you to the village. Although not the most luxurious, these canoes are sturdy and worthy craft which are critical in the conquering of the jungle and in establishing supply lifelines for both Indians and the Spanish.

After travelling up the river, you will see the village emerge from the jungle as if by magic. Keep your eyes peeled throughout, as the region offers an abundance of wildlife that is particularly active along the river’s edge. Once onshore, you will be welcomed by the chief with traditional Emberá hospitality. A series of dances will be performed, before you are invited to wander the village, ask questions and interact with these normally quiet people. The Emberá men and women are considered spectacular craftsmen and will have a display of their beautiful items to purchase – a great souvenir to remember your day here.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016/17 CARIBBEAN CRUISE SEASON

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Please remember that you will be guests in the Emberá village, therefore please ensure you display a good measure of common sense and sensitivity towards their privacy. What wildlife can be seen is not guaranteed, as the animals will be in their natural, free environment. Toilets will be very basic - at the village only latrines will be available. Boarding the dugout canoes requires dexterity and flexibility – the landing point is very basic and does not have handrails or proper steps. Although there will be people on hand to assist, guests will be required to step into and out of the canoes by themselves. This tour is therefore not considered suitable for wheelchair users or the less agile. There will be approximately one and a half hours of walking over dirt and uneven ground. Guests are advised to pay due care and attention when walking. At the village there will be 12 steps to negotiate.


TOUR G - TWO OCEANS RAILROAD ADVENTURE

  • Travel on the Isthmian Railroad – the world’s first transcontinental railroad, constructed during the time of the California Gold Rush
  • Admire what many consider to be the Eighth Wonder of the World, the Panama Canal
Train Tour
Price£115.00 - £125.00
DurationApproximately 5 Hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Refreshments includedRefreshments included
Free time includedFree time included

Experience travelling down the tracks of the first transcontinental railroad in a beautifully restored and richly adorned railcar. During your journey, you can also marvel at the extraordinarily beautiful flora and fauna of the surrounding countryside. Add to all of that the unrivalled experience of travelling from one ocean to another, crossing the amazing continent of the Americas in just over one hour!

Relaxing in the train’s carriage with its dark wood interior, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Panama Canal, where ships carrying a variety of the world’s cargoes can be seen; whilst you sit back and admire the extraordinarily beautiful scenery of this incredible country. You will pass through a lush tropical rainforest, where you may even glimpse some of the local wildlife such as howler monkeys and toucans.

The journey from Colon on the Caribbean coast, to Panama City on the Pacific, across the Continental Divide, takes approximately one hour. At the end of the line you will be transferred by bus for a brief stop at Fort Amador, a former military installation that has been transferred into a flourishing tourist attraction and marina. Be sure to have your camera to hand to capture the amazing views of the cosmopolitan Panama City. On the return journey to the ship, you will pass the former Panama Canal Zone, where you will be able to see a number of military installations offering a gentle reminder of the strategic importance of the canal to the American administration.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016/17 CARIBBEAN CRUISE SEASON

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves only a minimal amount of walking; you will have free time at Fort Amador so any walking undertaken at this stop will be at the discretion of the individual. There are approximately three steps to negotiate in order to board the train. The train is air-conditioned and there are toilet facilities onboard. A light lunch consisting of a sandwich and a bottle of water will be provided. Additional drinks can be purchased at your own expense.


Panama Canal

TOUR H - FORT SAN LORENZO & GATUN LOCKS

  • Explore the ruins of Fort San Lorenzo – a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Marvel at ships passing through Gatun Locks
Price£40.00 - £50.00
DurationApproximately 5 hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Free time includedFree time included
Shopping time includedShopping time included

Combine history and engineering on this tour featuring two of the region’s key attractions.

Leaving quayside, your tour begins with a drive through dense rainforest. Soon you will reach the remote Fort San Lorenzo. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Spanish built this fort over 400 years ago to defend their gold trail. During a short walking tour, your guide will offer you an insight into the history of the area, including the ransacking of the fort by the infamous Welsh captain, Henry Morgan.

Continuing to the canal zone, you will be invited to marvel at the enormous ships traversing the Gatun Locks. Built in 1914, they are the first set of locks encountered at the Atlantic entrance of the Panama Canal, and are considered to be the most important.

After witnessing the locks in action, it is time to return to your awaiting ship.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016/17 CARIBBEAN CRUISE SEASON

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, some of which may be over uneven terrain, therefore it is not considered suitable for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. For reference, there are no toilet facilities at Fort San Lorenzo. Guests are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes, and to bring adequate sun protection and a hat. A bottle of water would be a handy addition to your bag. Depending on canal scheduling, there is no guarantee you will be able to see vessels in the lock chambers at Gatun Locks. Please note that on busy days, the order of the tour may be adjusted to avoid congestion.


Panama Skyline, Panama

TOUR J - PANAMA CITY & THE CANAL

  • Gain an insight into Panama’s colonial history
  • Explore Fort Amador and Casco Antiguo
  • Marvel at the Miraflores Locks and the vessels that pass through
Price£70.00 - £85.00
DurationApproximately 7½ hours
Walking level 3 - extensive walkingExtensive walking
Refreshments includedRefreshments included
Free time includedFree time included
Shopping time includedShopping time included

Discover the history of Panama during this scenic tour of the city and locks.

Embark on an approximate 90-minute journey to the city of Panama, located at the southern entrance of the Panama Canal. The city offers a pleasing blend of architectural styles reflecting the French, Spanish and Italian influences that have all played a part in shaping the city.

The Casco Antiguo – also known as the Colonial City – was founded in 1673, and replaced the old capital that lay in ruins following an attack by the infamous Welsh captain, Henry Morgan. A short guided walk will allow you to admire the historical buildings such as the Cathedral and National Theatre, before you have approximately 30 minutes to explore further at leisure.

Next, proceed along the Amador Causeway to Fort Amador. Now lined with tropical palm trees, the causeway was built using rock excavated during the construction of the Panama Canal, and now links Fort Amador to the mainland. The former United States Army base was built to protect the Pacific entrance of the canal, and is now a popular tourist attraction and marina. You will have approximately 30 minutes to explore the area at leisure - make sure you have your camera to hand to capture the spectacular view of the Panama skyline.

Continue your tour with a drive through the former Panama Canal Zone, where you will be able to see a number of military installations offering a gentle reminder of the strategic importance of the canal to the American administration. At Miraflores Locks you will be invited to savour a buffet-style lunch accompanied by soft drinks. Suitably refreshed, you will have approximately one hour of time at leisure during which you may wish to browse the range of exhibits and presentations at the visitor centre, or simply sit back and watch some of the gargantuan vessels passing through the lock’s chambers.

Finally, the drive back to your ship offers you an opportunity to relax and reflect on the day.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016/17 CARIBBEAN CRUISE SEASON

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves approximately two and a half hours of walking, some of which will be over cobbled ground, therefore it is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. Guests are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes, and to bring adequate sun protection and a hat. For reference, the tour may be operated in reverse order to minimise congestion. The scheduling of vessels in the locks is determined by local authorities, and so we cannot guarantee what, if any, ships will be seen in the lock chambers at Miraflores.


Gatun Lake, Panama

TWO OCEANS RAILROAD ADVENTURE - TOUR G

  • Travel on the Isthmian Railroad – the world’s first transcontinental railroad, constructed during the time of the California Gold Rush
  • Admire what many consider to be the Eighth Wonder of the World, the Panama Canal
Train Tour
Price£90.00 - £100.00
DurationApproximately 5 Hours
LimitationMinimum of 150 guests required to operate
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Snack includedSnack included

Experience travelling down the tracks of the first transcontinental railroad in a beautifully restored and richly adorned railcar. During your journey, you can also marvel at the spectacular Gatun Lake and the extraordinarily beautiful flora and fauna of the surrounding countryside. Add to all of that the unrivalled experience of travelling from one ocean to another, crossing the amazing continent of the Americas in just over one hour!

Relaxing in the train’s carriage with its dark wood interior, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Gatun Lake, where ships carrying a variety of the world’s cargoes can be seen, whilst you sit back and admire the extraordinarily beautiful scenery of this incredible country. You will pass through a lush tropical rainforest, where you may even glimpse some of the local wildlife such as howler monkeys and toucans.

The journey from Colon on the Caribbean coast, to Panama City on the Pacific, across the Continental Divide, takes approximately one hour. At the end of the line you will be transferred by bus for a brief stop at Balboa and the former Canal Zone. A visit will also be made at Fort Amador for amazing views of the cosmopolitan Panama City.

All too soon it will be time to re-join your tour vehicles for an approximate 47-mile transcontinental journey. 

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR THE 2015/2016 CARIBBEAN SEASON & 2016 BLACK WATCH WORLD CRUISE. 

 

Is this tour right for you?

TOUR NOTES: This tour involves only a minimal amount of walking; you will have free time at Fort Amador so any walking undertaken at this stop will be at the discretion of the individual. There are approximately three steps to negotiate in order to board the train. The train is air-conditioned and there are toilet facilities onboard. A light snack box consisting of crisps, raisins, cookies and a bottle of water will be provided. Additional drinks can be purchased. Please note that you may travel both ways by train, depending upon train schedules.


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