Panama Boasts Splendid scenic and cultural attractions for every traveller, and having a Panama Tour Guide is the best option to enjoy it all.
Use a Panama tour guide and see this beautiful Central American nation with the help of a friendly local.
The choices are endless – your imagination the only limit. Your Panama tour guide wants to customize a Panama tour just for you, so that you have the trip of a lifetime in his spectacular homeland.
Alcar Transport offers Panama tour guide. Most of Panama’s major attractions are in Panama City and its surroundings area,
Alcar Transport also offers Tocumen airport transfer service from and to Tocumen International Airport, Panama taylor made tours for those of you who want to organize their own sightseeing, transport service per hour for business and investment clients and simultaneous translator.
Personal Panama Tour Guide & Customized Tours
No one knows Panama better than we do, and we will work with your group to create an customized adventure that fit your unique interests and abilities.
Top Things to See and Do
Our Panama Tour Gude will take you to see the following:
The Panama Canal
First opened in 1914, the Panama Canal is 50 miles long and raises ships up from the Pacific and through Panama, before lowering them back down again to the Caribbean, and vice versa.
Check out the Ruins at Panama Viejo
Panama was the Pacific coast’s most important Spanish trading town until it was destroyed by Captain Henry Morgan in 1671. The remaining ruins cover quite a large area, encompassing streets, squares, a cathedral, churches, convents, a hospital, walls and bridges, all made of stone.
This sleepy little town was first given the name “Puerto Bello” (Beautiful Port) by Christopher Columbus in 1502 and over time, the name was shortened to Portobelo. The town’s 18th-century fortifications were built by the Spanish to protect their gold from pirates. Along with Fort San Lorenzo, the fortifications have achieved UNESCO World Heritage Site status.
Hike in the Rainforest Parks
Parque Soberania, Parque Metropolitano, and Parque Chagres are three areas of rainforest park that lie just outside of Panama City