There are several protected tropical reserves stretching from Panama City along the Panama Canal. Along the western side of the canal is the Sovereignty National Park, one the city’s largest green areas and a natural habitat of more than 300 winged miracles, mammals, amphibians and insects for a thrill!. It is home to varied fauna (e.g. caimans, crocodiles, iguanas), and outstanding birding trails. It includes the Summit botanical gardens and zoo, home of the harpy eagle and the famous Pipeline Road, popular among birdwatchers.
The Metropolitan Nature Park stretches from the city to the canal with unique bird species and other animal, such as tapir, puma and caimans. There is also a Marine Exhibitions Center at the pacific entrance to the canal.
Our Panama taxi service would help you discover Gamboa, a small town located on a sharp bend of the Chagres River where Lake Gatun and the Chagres meet the Gaillard Cut (Corte Culebra) on its Southside. Gamboa is home to Caymans, crocodiles, iguanas, and several hundred bird species. It is surrounded by an abundance of exuberant vegetation and significant tracts of relatively undisturbed rainforest. There is also a Gamboa resort that has developed 2 Indian reservations (Embera and Wounaa), an aerial tram to visit the jungle canopy, and other attractions.
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