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Gamboa tour from Panama City

Spend an entire day experiencing the incredible biodiversity on the shores of Gatun Lake, once the largest man-made lake in the world, formed by the world’s largest dam. The Gamboa full day tour will take you up close to the capuchin monkey in the wild, and you might also spot the noisy howler monkeys, lazy slow-moving sloths whose coats are green with algae, colourful lizards and turtles native to the lake. Enjoy a ride in Panama’s only cable car, a Swiss precision machine that will allow you to observe nature in a safe and comfortable fashion. Glide smoothly through the treetops for 1.2 peaceful kilometres, with only the songs of the birds and the distant calls of the monkeys to disturb the tranquillity. The cable car ride finishes at the observation tower, where you can enjoy stunning 360° views of the Chagres River, the Panama Canal, the village of Embera and the renowned town of Gamboa, set among beautiful rainforest vegetation. Complete your tour with a visit to the snake, orchid and butterfly houses. The colourful and diverse wildlife of Gamboa is a sight to behold, with an opportunity to stand among clouds of vibrant butterflies, get up close to a variety of tropical snakes and of course admire the beautiful rainforest orchids, some of the world's most beautiful flowers. Experience the real rainforest and make memories that will last forever with the Gamboa full day tour. Spend an entire day experiencing the incredible biodiversity on the shores of Gatun Lake, once the largest man-made lake in the world, formed by the world’s largest dam. The Gamboa full day tour will take you up close to the capuchin monkey in the wild, and you might also spot the noisy howler monkeys, lazy slow-moving sloths whose coats are green with algae, colourful lizards and turtles native t Meeting/pick-up point: Hotels in Panama City or pre-arranged location. Please contact local team to reconfirm 24 hours in advance of tour. Duration: Six hours. Start/opening time: 9.30am. Languages: English and Spanish.