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Casco Viejo Tour

Panama city was founded on August 15, 1519 and it lasted one hundred and fifty-two years. In January 1671, the Governor Juan Perez de Guzman had it set on fire, before the attack and looting by the pirate Henry Morgan. In 1672, Antonio Fernández de Córdoba initiated the construction of a new city, which was then founded on January 21, 1673.
This city was built on a peninsula completely isolated by the sea and a defensive system of walls. Today this place preserves the first institutions and buildings of the modern city of Panama. It is known as Casco Viejo (Spanish for Old Town).

Isla San José

Pearl Islands  -  Hotel Hacienda del Mar

Isla San José is the second largest island in the Pearl Islands, and has an area of 44 km². At the 2000 census, it had a population of 10. The privately owned island has an area of about 17 square miles. Thousands of wild pigs and deer populate Isla San Jose, which has a rugged, rocky shoreline and over 50 beaches.

The island is served by San José Airport.

Isla Contadora

Contadora was the island where the Spanish counted the pearls that were harvested from the other islands in the archipelago, hence the name of the island, which means "the one that counts" in Spanish. The islands produced pearls of many colors and sizes, and during the many years when pearls were harvested from the waters around the islands, the natives would converge to Contadora to count their pearls and sell them to the Spaniards. E

San Blas - Guna Yala

Dog Island


Panama Canal Tour


Portobelo Tour




Panama New Canal

The Panama Canal's chartered vessel transited the new Agua Clara Locks
in the Atlantic side on June 9. These transits, performed by the
Neopanamax dry bulk carrier MN Baroque, are part of a series of a
long-planned training events occurring in the run-up to the Expanded
Canal's June 26 Inauguration.

Isla Grande - Colón




Bocas Del Toro