Tour Highlights

Depart from Flamenco Marina, Causeway (behind of the Duty Free) at Panama Marine Adventures´ tour office.

Cinta Costera:
Enjoy your first dip in the water. Take a look at the city with tall skyscapers and the Casco Viejo.

Casco Antiguo:
Casco Antiguo was established on January 21, 1673, as the second city in Panama. It was built following the near-total destruction of the original Panamá city, Panamá Viejo in 1671. Nowadays it still maintains and keeps its original architecture and plazas. In 1997, it was designated a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.

Flamenco Marina:
By far, the best views of the city’s skyline can be seen from the Causeway. Here you will experience your last dip in the water. Navigate outside the Marina’s breakwater to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Panama City.

Administration Building:
Drive along the administrative offices of the Panama Canal. The Panama Canal Administration Building was inaugurated on July 15, 1914, exactly a month before the Canal itself.  Since then, this legacy from the past has continued to dominate the Balboa area from atop its rolling hill.

Flamenco Marina