Day 1 - Arrival at Tocumen Airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2 - A Tusipono, an Embera Indian village on the banks of the Chagres River. Here you will be able to meet the Embera Indians listen to them tell about their lives, culture, beliefs and crafts. You will also be able to hike tropical trails to secluded waterfall where you can swim in the cool water.  B L (Lunch is provided by the embera)

Day 3 - Guided morning city tour and guided afternoon Panama Canal Zone tour takes in the sites of Panama 's colonial city, Casco Viejo, modern Panama City, and the Panama Canal Zone. This  6 hour tour. B

Day 4 - Jungle Land Panama. Relax and enjoy a true paradise on earth. You can pass the day swinging in a hammock, reading a good book, or jumping in the clear waters to cool off. Imagine a tranquil cove surrounded by a lush tropical forest. On all sides, exotic birds and animals go about their daily activities. Anchored in the middle of the cove is a rustic three story wooden house.  If you prefer to get some exercise while kayaking up a nearby river that winds deeper into the woods. Not far away, cool waters cascade down moss covered rocks into basins that create natural swimming pools.BL (Lunch provided at Jungle Land Panama)

Day 5 - On our full Panama Canal transit, the vessel departs from the Pacific port at 7:30 a.m. sharp and usually returns to the Pacific port around 6:30 p.m. depending on traffic in the canal (and on the highway). B Meals and snacks included aboard The Pacific Queen.

Day 6 - Early morning wildlife observation to Pipeline Road and Summit Gardens. B

Day 7 - A round trip train ride on the World's first trans-continental train for a tour to historic Portobelo, This is an all day tour. B

Day 8 -  A trip to Anton Valley also known as El Valle (the Valley). El Valle is a cloud forest community built in the crater of one of the world's largest extinct volcanoes. While in El Valle the attractions are a hike to the petroglyphs and a weekly artisan market. B

Day 9 - Departure.  Transfer to the airport. B


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We had a lot of fun with Jack Hanna, his family and crew in 2001 when we worked with them to film Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures in Panama. We had even more fun Feb 12 - 24 this year while filming new episodes of  INTO THE WILD Panama.

Segments of Jacks trip (into Panama's interior provinces) are not included in this itinerary.

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