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Colon, Fort San-Lorenzo - one Ocean to Another by Train.

by Visit Panama Tour
per adult Price was $160 Discount price is $140
Duration: 6h 30m Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English Picks up from select hotels Picks up from select hotels

Highlights

  • Drive through the Gamboa Rainforest.

  • Visit the historic site of Fort San Lorenzo.

  • Visit Colon, on the Caribbean Ocean

  • Ride the first transcontinental railway.

  • Travel 80km, from the Caribbean Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.

Highlights

  • Drive through the Gamboa Rainforest.

  • Visit the historic site of Fort San Lorenzo.

  • Visit Colon, on the Caribbean Ocean

  • Ride the first transcontinental railway.

  • Travel 80km, from the Caribbean Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.

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12:30 PM, Colon, Fort San-Lorenzo - one Ocean to Another by Train. in English, includes Drinks Only

Duration 6h 30m

Live Commentary in English and French.

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Total price is $160, taxes included

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6:30 AM, Colon, Fort San-Lorenzo - one Ocean to Another by Train. in English, includes Drinks Only

Duration 6h 30m

Live Commentary in English and French.

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Total price is $160, taxes included

No booking or credit card fees

Colon, Fort San-Lorenzo - one Ocean to Another by Train.

Activity Location

Colon, Panama

Colón

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pickup in Panama City.

    Panamá


Description

Choose the circuit either in the morning or in the evening, to travel the 80 km that separates the Atlantic Ocean (Caribbean Sea (Colon)) and the Pacific Ocean (Panama City), on the legendary train of the Panama Railway Company .
This route is done all along the Panama Canal by the country's only railway.

You will discover the old colonial military fort of San-Lorenzo which is located on a promontory at the mouth of the Chagres river on the Caribbean coast of Panama.
In 1671, the privateer Henry Morgan's fleet attacked him on the way to loot Panama City.

Colon at the entrance to the Panama Canal, north side.
Since the Spanish first landed in the Isthmus of Panama in 1501, Panama has been a natural transit route for goods and people trying to cross from coast to coast.
First called Aspinwall, in 1890 it became the city known today - Colon.


Inclusions

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from your hotel in Panama City.

  • Admission fee to Fort San-Lorenzo

  • Admission fee on the Panama Railroad Company.

  • Drinks within the vehicule.


Exclusions

  • Meals


Know Before You Book

  • Not wheel chair accessibility.