Panama City and Bogota by Air
❮Panama City and Bogota by Air
This 6 night sample itinerary includes:
- Flight into Panama City and out of Bogota
- Hotel for 3 nights in Panama City
- Flight from Panama City to Bogota
- Hotel for 3 nights in Bogota
Visit Panama and Colombia, two dynamic countries with fascinating History and Culture. Enjoy Panama City (most attractive Capital City and a curious blend of old Spain, modern America and the bazaar atmosphere of the East. The city is a regional hub for trading. It is best known for The Panama Canal and its charming Casco Viejo. This lively Latin American city also borders one of Central America's richest rain forest); and up next, fly to Bogota (Colombia's capital city, has so much to offer in terms of cuisine, culture, history, sports and art, within its many contrasting neighborhoods, making the perfect jumping-off point to start your Colombia trip. La Candelaria, Bogota's old town, is also an obvious must-wander. It's where the museums, cobblestone streets, and government buildings are located). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
Panama City - CanalDay 1Arrive to Panama City - Canal
Overnight in Panama City - CanalDay 2Overnight in Panama City - CanalDay 3Overnight in Panama City - CanalDay 4Departing from Panama City - Canal
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
BogotaDay 4Arrive to Bogota
Overnight in BogotaDay 5Overnight in BogotaDay 6Overnight in BogotaDay 7Departing from Bogota
Panama is a country with an exquisite tropical climate, sweeping rain forests, exotic wildlife, excellent diving and snorkeling, rugged mountain cloud forests, vibrant indigenous populations, and one of the world's most sophisticated and exhilerating cities.
Perhaps best known for the legendary Panama Canal, this is a country just awakening to its vast potential for tourism with exquisite beach, eco, and cultural destinations. Panama is quickly becoming one of the most alluring destinations in Latin America, as well as a powerhouse of international commerce.
Colombia, a tropical country of incredible diversity and charm. Its ever-changing geography, a history loaded with mystery and adventure, its people and cultures, have fascinated the world for centuries. Although its excellent coffee and the purity of its emeralds have made the country famous, Colombia is also the homeland of the El Dorado legend and the magical universe of Garcia Marquez's Macondo. Coming to Colombia is discovering a completely new world.
Panama City - Canal
Panama City, known to many as the home of the Panama Canal, is just a stone's throw from some of some Central America's richest rain forests, and complex ecosystems. Modern-day Panama City is formed by the equivalent of three self-contained cities that are historically, architecturally, and in some ways culturally distinct. There is the modern city with the huge skyscrapers housing many of financial institutions, the Colonial-era 'Casco Viejo', and 'Panama Viejo' with the remnants of the original colonial city, the first in the Americas on the Pacific coast. Visit the Panama Canal, Panama Viejo, Casco Viejo, Miraflores, Causeway Islands, Metropolitan Natural Park, Bridge of the Americas, Biomuseo, Amador Causeway, and so much more!
The modern city of Bogota is an exciting city offering a vibrant culture and an important architectural heritage. Stunning colonial architectures and colorful buildings line the ancient cobblestone streets in the city. Fantastic museums, futuristic architecture, delicious cuisine and a fantastic nightlife can be found in the city. Explore the Salt Cathedral, Usaquen, Bogota Botanical Gardens, Simon Bolivar Park, Monserrate Hill, El Museo del Oro, La Candelaria, Bolivar Square and much more.
Visit the Panama Canal, Panama Viejo, Casco Viejo, Miraflores, Causeway Islands, Metropolitan Natural Park, Bridge of the Americas, Biomuseo, Amador Causeway, and so much more!
Explore the Salt Cathedral, Usaquen, Bogota Botanical Gardens, Simon Bolivar Park, Monserrate Hill, El Museo del Oro, La Candelaria, Bolivar Square and much more.