This journey carries travellers the 48 miles between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, parallel to the famous Panama Canal. Travel in style whilst enjoying the wonderful views of Lake Gatun and the canal.

Also known as the Interoceanic Rail, this one hour journey carries travellers the 48 miles between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, from Panama City to Colon. It runs parallel to the famous Panama Canal and guests travel in style on an atmospheric early 20th century train. Out of the panoramic windows you can enjoy wonderful views of Lake Gatun, the verdant countryside and the huge ships making their way along the canal.

A trip on the train can also be combined with a tour of Portobelo, a laid-back Caribbean fishing village with impressive colonial fortifications ruins and a beautiful bay. See the Panama Canal tour below for more information.

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Panama Canal Tour

5 Nights from £1,100 €420 $430

Visit the famous Panama Canal and observe the working of the locks, Ocean to Ocean, between the Pacific and the Atlantic. Experience the pristine rainfores…

The Panama Canal Tour
Tours in Panama

5 Nights from £1,100 €420 $430

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  1. Day 1 - Tour of Panama City

  2. Day 2 - Interoceanic Train to Colon and Portobelo

  3. Day 3 - Cruise the Panama Canal

  4. Day 4 - Soberania National Park

    Day 5 - Transfer to the airport

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