Explore the Entrance of the Panama Canal by Kayak
Impressive and thrilling, the Panama Canal entrance is the door to one of the most highly traveled waterways in the world. The striking engineering of the Canal is able to handle more than 12,000 ships per year.
Along the coastal forest shore, common bird species include soaring magnificent frigates, gliding brown pelicans, darting flocks of parrots, ibis and various other wading migratory shore birds.
Paddling along side the Canal from stable, efficient sea kayaks accompanied by professional guides, the adventure provides an atypical perspective of Panama’s natural and cultural heritage.