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You will be picked up from your hotel in Panama City at 8:00 am. After a 2 hour drive we take a tour of the property and have lunch. The first Geotour will be along the Sendero Rojo - the Red Trail. The walk takes about two hours. Spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing in the hammocks on the terrace, watching birds such as toucans and hummingbirds and enjoying the sunset.

Dinner & breakfast included.

Walk the Waterfall Trail through the forest, across streams, through hanging vines, past exotic trees of majestic size, until we reach the crystal-clear waters of the waterfall. You´ll have the chance to see electric blue or transparent pink butterflies, brilliantly colored frogs, and the prints of some of the forests animals. The trip takes three and a half hours, including time to bathe at the waterfall. Lunch will be in the lodge. We will depart for Panama arriving in the city around 5:15 pm.

This is an outdoor activity in the tropics, light clothes, swimming suit, insect repellent, hat, sunscreen and very comfortable shoes are suggested. Camera in a plastic bag (to protect it from the water).

Minimum of 2 passengers per package.


  • One Night Accommodation
  • Transfers by 4x4 Panama-Burbayar-Panama
  • 2 Lunches, 1 Breakfast and 1 Dinner
  • Coffee & Tea at the Lodge on Request
  • Jungle Tracking, Waterfall Bath

  • Duration: 2 DAYS 1 NIGHT


    This day is for nature lovers, especially for those who enjoy birdwatching at its best. Pipeline road is within Soberania National Park and this lush park belongs to the Panama Canal Watershed. These protected forest shelters 385 bird species, which were counted in 24 hours, in the 1985 Christmas Bird Count organized by the Panama Audubon Society. This figure established a new Guinness record.

    Pipeline Road is also subject of different scientific research from several institutions, including studies of plants, insects, reptiles, mammals and much more.

    Our naturalist tour guide will expose you the secrets of this tropical rainforest while you walk along Pipeline Road. We will have picnic lunch on the field.

    On the way back, stop at Miraflores Locks to watch the Panama Canal Commission Audiovisual and see how big vessels transit the locks of the Canal.

    This tour requires an early departure for having the best. The return to the hotel will be at 3:00 p.m. approximately.

    This is an outdoor activity in the tropics, light clothes, long pants, insect repellent, hat, sunscreen and very comfortable shoes or boots are suggested. Binoculars are highly recommended.

    * Two-person minimum.

    Duration: 6 HOURS


    We pick you up at your Panama City hotel and drive to Gamboa where we will join our naturalist guide for this lake adventure of sight and sound.

    First, we travel at high speed on small boats northbound (Atlantic) on the canal for 25 minutes where we might come close to some of the big ships that transit the canal daily and then we slow to a cruising speed.

    Slowly, we motor along the forested banks of Gatun Lake, also a protected area, and we look for wildlife such as Capuchin Monkeys, 3 toed sloths, Howler Monkeys, various kinds of Toucans and other bird life.

    Next we dock along an old rehabilitated pier that served a top-secret US Naval radio communications center until the end of World War II. Here we walk up a series of steps and along a 300-yard trail that leads to the ruins of this hidden military installation. We then will return to the hotel.

    Binoculars are highly recommended.


  • Boat ride on the canal alongside the big ships
  • The Monkey island
  • Second world war US secret military communications center

  • Duration: 5 HOURS


    Macchu Picchu was completed in approximately 1450 in the height of the Incan empire only to be abandoned less than 100 years later following the Spanish conquest of Peru and is today considered by many to be the new spiritual center of the world.

    After a short drive to the Cusco railway station, we’ll take the Vistadome Orient Express coach or the backpackers train (according to your selection) to Aguas Calientes station. From there, a mini bus will take us to the ruins of the Sacred City, "Machu Picchu."

    Learn from our expert guides as you walk the main streets of these amazing ruins, stroll through town squares and climb its delicately carved stone stairways. Esoteric wisdom holds Machu Picchu as the new spiritual center of the world. You’ll have time to be by yourself to fully embrace this magnificent wonder of the world, letting this once in a lifetime experience set in. Hiking the ruins is sure to work up an appetite so we’ll have a buffet lunch waiting for you. After lunch, you’ll return to the train station in the afternoon for the trip back to Cusco. Round-trip hotel transfers are included from the train station.

    Duration: FULL DAY


    Salvador has 50 km of beaches, from Porto da Barra to Ipitanga, Aleluia to Praia do Flamengo. Our tour starts at the Barra Lighthouse (as picture perfect as a postcard) beside the calm waters of Porto da Barra. Next we will tour the waterfront, including the beaches of Ondina, Rio Vermelho, Amaralina, Pituba, Jardim dos Namorados, Armação, Boca do Rio and Itapuã before arriving at Lagoa do Abaeté. After visiting the lake, enjoy sea bathing at Praia de Piatã.

    Note: Tour will depart within 1 hour of check-in time.


  • Sea Bathing at Praia de Piata
  • Ondina
  • Amaralina
  • Boca do Rio

  • Duration: 8 HOURS


    Cruise through the ship canal and Hiram Chittenden Locks, built in 1911, where as many as 100,000 boats sail between salty Puget Sound and our freshwater lakes each year. As you cruise onto Elliot Bay, watch as the stunning Seattle skyline unfolds, and look west for a glimpse of the islands of Puget Sound and the snowcapped Olympic Mountains.

    Tour is approximately 3 hours, including motor coach transfers boat cruise is approximately 2.25 hours.

    Departure Schedule:
  • Jun 9 - Sep 9, 2007 (1:00pm)
  • Sep 10 - Oct 21, 2007 (12:00pm)
  • Additional Spring and Summer 2008 schedules coming soon!


  • Lively Narrated Cruise
  • Stunning Seattle Skyline Views
  • Puget Sound, Elliot Bay & The Snowcapped Olympic Mountains
  • Round-Trip Motorcoach Transfers

  • Duration: 3 HOURS


    This fascinating half-day tour will focus on the contrast between the ancient Maya city of Altun Ha and modern day Belize City. Belize City today is home to about 35% of the country’s population and your guide will provide an interesting reflection of the city’s history. Note the colonial wooden architecture of many of the houses throughout your tour.

    Located 35 miles from Belize City on the Old Northern Highway, Altun Ha ("Rock Stone Water") thrived as a trading post to the Maya World during the Post Classic and Classic periods. It was here that Dr. Pendergrast uncovered what is considered to be perhaps the most precious of all Mayan artifacts and the largest piece of carved Jade in the Maya World -- the Jade Head representing Kinich Ahau, the Sun God.

    Altun Ha is easily accessible, and not a difficult walk. For those filling time before departing the country, a trip to this site is often made with a drop off at the International Airport.

    Pick up service is available at all Belize City hotels.


  • Altun Ha
  • Drive Around City Tour

  • Duration: 4 HOURS


    Belize City today remains the commercial capital of the country. In addition to other historic buildings, you will see the Supreme Court buildings, flanked by cannons used in the “Battle of St. George’s Caye” in 1798.

    Then drive 40 minutes up the Western Highway to Belize’s wonderful natural wildlife habitat, the Belize Zoo, which gives you the unique opportunity of viewing Belize’s prolific wildlife in one location. Only indigenous species are housed at the Zoo, all of which have been either rescued or donated from owners who could not take care of the animals properly. The "guests" are housed in large compounds containing what would be their natural habitat. Birds, cats, crocodiles, monkeys...The list seems endless! This is a great opportunity to view and photograph the inhabitants of the rainforest not easily seen in the wild.

    Pick up service is available at all Belize City hotels.


  • Indigenous Species of Animals in Their Natural Habitat

  • Duration: 4 HOURS


    Belize boasts one of the most extensive cave systems in Central America, which the ancient Mayans utilized for shelter and ceremonial purposes. Here is an opportunity to experience this fascinating underworld in a unique and fun way.

    A transfer from Belize City on the Western Highway brings you to the Caves Branch River and its winding path through the Maya Mountains. On arrival at Jaguar Paw, be prepared for a 45-minute jungle trail hike. Your guide will point out various plants, roots, and herbs once used by the ancient Maya. The entrance tunnel that heads into the underground cave system is the start of an “eye opening” adventure. Your guide hands out flash lights, and you are ready to float in inflated inner tubes assisted by gentle currents taking you through the cave system. Intricate crystalline formations line the caves and stalagmites and stalactites add to the serene opulence of nature.

    Come dressed in bathing suits, T-shirts, shorts, tennis shoes or water shoes. A change of clothes, shoes and a towel is recommended. Dine on a freshly prepared local lunch of Rice and Beans and Stewed Chicken, a Belizean specialty.

    This is a great day out... The stuff after-dinner stories are made of!

    Pick up service is available at all Belize City hotels.


  • Guided Tour Through Forest, Caves and Caverns

  • Duration: 7 HOURS


    Seattle is known for attractions such as Pike Place Market and the Space Needle, but outside the downtown core, Seattle is a city of interesting neighborhoods, each with its own unique personality. Using a smaller vehicle limited to only 20 passengers, we travel through parts of town many visitors never see.

    Soak up the Asian flavor of the International District. Check out the quirky public art in Fremont, the self-proclaimed "Center of the Universe," and get a taste of Seattle’s maritime culture as you drive past Fisherman’s Terminal. At the Hiram Chittenden Locks, youll see the famous Fish Ladder, where an underwater viewing room lets you watch for sea life. And enjoy a sprawling view of the skyline from atop one of Seattle’s scenic lookout points.

    This tour takes you where others don’t - off the beaten path to areas where local residents live and play. Experience the local point of view, including:

    • City Center
    • Sports Complex, homes of the Seattle Mariners and Seahawks
    • International District
    • Montlake Cut
    • Lakes Union and Washington
    • University of Washington
    • Fishermans Terminal
    • Fremont Statues
    • Hiram Chittenden Locks
    • Queen Anne Neighborhood
    • Historic Pioneer Square


  • Small Vehicle Limited to 20 Passengers
  • Hiram Chittenden Locks
  • Photo Stop at a Scenic Lookout Point

  • Duration: 3.5 HOURS

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