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Had an amazing trip to see all the monkeys with 9 North Panama photographic tours. They get up up and close to see the wildlife and you get to use amazing cameras attached to the boat. You get a swivel chair and camera and at...More
Viewing these small creatures up close is a treat. Generally these little guys are best viewed from a boat where the captain has a basket of bread and when pulling up close to a tree they jump onto the boat and snack. Visitors are not...More
This is a must to see by Motor Boat which is cheaper.
Highly suggest that you go in very early morning as the animals are much more active then.
Your Motor Boat driver should provide the food included for the animals o do not let...More
Wow! Within 15 minutes on the boat, our tour guide, Gonzo, from Barefoot Panama, found three species of moneys. We got to feed two of the species and some even got on the boat, ate from our hands and sat on our heads. Gonzo was...More
We took a combo tour from the Gamboa fishing village.
They supplied a boat captain with a very limited knowledge of English but great info about the canal then and now.
Additionally fishing equipment was supplied and we each caught a few. Lots to see,...More
Here is the good, bad and in-between of the tour.
1. The driver picked us up on time, was very helpful and waited for us during hte entire tour. He was great.
2. There isn't really a monkey island, but there are numerous islands...More
One of the day tour options from Panama City is to visit what is called Monkey Island on Lake Gatun. Although it is referred to as a single island, it is really several islands, each with different monkey varieties. When the river was dammed to...More