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Tourist Center of Certified Guided Tours of Panama

World, Central America, Panama, Nuevo Arraiján

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We are Certified National Guides with many years of experience, in our YouTube channel https://www,youtube.com/c/panamamarketing/confirmation=1 has 42,169 videos of everything we have explored with our guests since we arrived in Panama from the USA

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+ 507 – 831-8599
Our WhatsApp is + 507-6872-4298
https://wa.me/50768724298
Our email is guiasnacionalescertificados@gmail.com

We are Certified National Guides of Panama With 15 Years Exploring Panama with Our Guests.

In our YouTube channel we have 40,169 videos of all our adventures with our guest.

http://www.youtube.com/c/panamamarketing/?sub_confirmation=1

Here are some of our Panama Certified Guided Tours



City Tour 1

Centennial Bridge / Puente Centenario

Panama's Centennial Bridge is a major bridge crossing the Panama Canal. It was built to supplement the overcrowded Bridge of the Americas and to replace it as the carrier of the Pan-American Highway. Upon its opening in 2004, it became the second permanent crossing of the canal. The Centennial Bridge is a fixed obstacle, but its clearance is 80.0 m (262 ft).)


Panama Canal Miraflores Locks / Esclusas de Miraflores

Panama Canal visitor center with exhibits, Restaurant & decks for watching ships pass through the locks.

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City of Knowledge / Ciudad del Saber

The City of Knowledge business and technology park is popular for its striking views of Miraflores Locks, which raise and lower water levels as ships pass through the Panama Canal. Miraflores Visitor Center has observation decks, exhibits and 3D films about the canal's history. The area's broad green spaces attract walkers, joggers and bikers, and City of Knowledge Plaza’s food court features casual global eateries.


Metropolitan park / Parque Metrpolitano

Metropolitan Natural Park is a park in Panama City, Panama. It is the only wildlife refuge in the city. Wildlife found in the park includes bird species and Geoffroy's tamarin. The park was first proposed in 1974 and was inaugurated on June 5, 1988

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Ancon Hill / Cerro Ancon

Ancon Hill is a 654-foot hill that overlooks Panama City, Panama, adjacent to the township of Ancón. Ancón Hill is an area in Panama that was used for administration of the Panama Canal. It was under U.S. jurisdiction as part of the Panama Canal Zone until being returned to Panama in 1977

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• https://youtu.be/aL5jfwJPXNA

City tour 2

Bridge of the Americas / Puente de las Americas

Crosses the Pacific approach to the Panama Canal at Balboa, near Panama City. It was built between 1959 and 1962 by the United States at a cost of US $20 million. From its completion in 1962 until the opening of the parallel Centennial Bridge in 2004, the Bridge of the Americas was a key part of the Pan-American Highway. The Bridge of the Americas greatly increases road traffic capacity across the Canal. Two earlier bridges cross the Canal, but they use moveable designs and have limited traffic capacity. These earlier spans include a small swinging road bridge, built into the lock structure at Gatún, and a swinging road/rail bridge constructed in 1942 at Miraflores. The Centennial Bridge was constructed to eliminate the bottleneck of, and reduce traffic congestion on, the Bridge of the Americas.
The bridge is a cantilever design where the suspended span is a tied arch. The bridge has a total length of 1,654 m (5,425 ft) in 14 spans, abutment to abutment. The main span measures 344 m (1,129 ft) and the tied arch (the center part of the main span) is 259 m (850 ft). The highest point of the bridge is 117 m (384 ft) above mean sea level; the clearance under the main span is 61.3 m (201 ft) at high tide. Ships must cross under this bridge when traversing the Panama Canal, and are subject to this height restriction.

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• https://youtu.be/WMlDy1ukEOQ
• https://youtu.be/2CsfBCdt8yc


Ancon Hill

Ancon Hill is a 654-foot hill that overlooks Panama City, Panama, adjacent to the township of Ancón. Ancón Hill is an area in Panama that was used for administration of the Panama Canal. It was under U.S. jurisdiction as part of the Panama Canal Zone until being returned to Panama in 1977

• https://youtu.be/w3lAJWp2JIw
• https://youtu.be/aL5jfwJPXNA
• https://youtu.be/qhGTFwJzvCY
• https://youtu.be/km1FsgVKlOg
• https://youtu.be/ht4_jF1LK5M

Casco Viejo / Casco Antiguo

Casco Viejo, is the old city’s heart, popular for its lively dining and nightlife scene. Cocktail lounges, rooftop bars, and global restaurants line streets decorated with elaborate murals. Colonial-era landmarks include the twin-towered Metropolitan Cathedral and the waterfront Palacio de las Garzas presidential home. Local shops sell traditional handicrafts.

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Causeway

The Causeway of Amador Islands are four small islands by the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. They are linked to the mainland via a causeway, made from rock extracted during the excavations from the Panama Canal. In part the causeway was meant to serve as a breakwater for the entrance.

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Biodiversity Museum / Museo de la biodivercidad

Biomuseo is a museum focused on the natural history of Panama, whose isthmus was formed very recently in geologic time, with major impact on the ecology of the Western Hemisphere. Located on the Amador Causeway in Panama City, Panama, it was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry

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City Tour 3

Smithsonian

The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute is the only bureau of the Smithsonian Institution based outside of the United States, in Panama. It is dedicated to understanding the past, present and future of tropical ecosystems and their relevance to human welfare. Founded: 1904

Punta Culebra

Punta Culebra Nature Center, located at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, is dedicated to exploration and discovery of the natural world through science. The center, visited by more than 70,000 people every year, offers a mix of marine and amphibian exhibits, walking trails, hands-on science activities and recreational spaces, all in a spectacular setting just minutes away from Panama City.

• https://youtu.be/toWswIZGc7o
• https://youtu.be/u6plvAqN0KA

Ancon Hill

Ancon Hill is a 654-foot hill that overlooks Panama City, Panama, adjacent to the township of Ancón. Ancón Hill is an area in Panama that was used for administration of the Panama Canal. It was under U.S. jurisdiction as part of the Panama Canal Zone until being returned to Panama in 1977

• https://youtu.be/w3lAJWp2JIw
• https://youtu.be/aL5jfwJPXNA
• https://youtu.be/qhGTFwJzvCY
• https://youtu.be/km1FsgVKlOg
• https://youtu.be/ht4_jF1LK5M


Cinta Costera

The Cinta Costera is a 26-hectare land reclamation project in Panama City, Panama, completed in 2009 at a cost of $189 million. It extends from Paitilla to El Chorrillo. Its most recent expansion was the Cinta Costera III, which opened in 2014, along with the Maracana Stadium

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Panama Viejo

Panamá Viejo, also known as Panamá la Vieja, is the remaining part of the former Panama City, a city that was the former capital of the country. It is located in the suburbs of the current capital. Together with the historical district of Panamá, it has been a World Heritage Site since 1997

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Taboga Island

Taboga Island, also known as the "Island of Flowers", is a volcanic island in the Gulf of Panama. It is a tourist destination, about 20 km from Panama City, Panama

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Contadora Island

Contadora I

About the host

The Panama Center (40)

Host since

2020

Languages

English, Spanish

Last seen online

6 months ago

We are Certified National Guides with 15 years exploring with a YouTube Channel with over 42,169 videos of our travels

Project dates

Open for offers, contact us


Work to be done

  • tourist support
  • eco projects
  • art projects
  • computer help
  • internet support

Expected workhours

  • 7 hours a day
  • 6 days a week

Work exchange deal

  • private room, shared room

  • shared meals

  • no money is involved

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