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Gamboa Rainforest Resort Radio Station Tour

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Historically interesting.

Quite a lot of walking on steep paths so not good if you are not a good walker. Make sure you put... read more

Reviewed 17 February 2016
sdkemp
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Toronto, Canada
Great place to enjoy natural history of Central America

We loved the peace and quiet and the ready access to the rainforest and the canal. This is... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2015
David M
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Dundas, Canada
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7 Jul 2017
“Cabybara- not just an animal- a disco”
16 Feb 2016
“Historically interesting.”
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Gamboa Rainforest Resort, Zona 5 | Soberania National Park, Gamboa 7338, Panama
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Reviewed 8 July 2017

We had quite a bit of fun grooving on the dance floor of the Gamboas disco and bar Cabybara, named after a local harmless beast. The next day- we saw him patrolling the grounds.

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Reviewed 17 February 2016

Quite a lot of walking on steep paths so not good if you are not a good walker. Make sure you put on bug spray! We did not see much wildlife, so more of a learn the history of the area tour.

Thank sdkemp
Reviewed 27 November 2015

We loved the peace and quiet and the ready access to the rainforest and the canal. This is definitely a place for nature lovers, and not for those seeking luxury or a party atmosphere. We enjoyed the toucans, monkeys, capybaras, and wide array of other...More

Thank David M
Reviewed 11 July 2015

The views from the aerial tram were awesome, very beautiful. However, outside of that it's not that great. Our guide wasn't super informative and could certainly have filled some of the time with other information. The animal life is hit or miss and ours was...More

Thank T H
Reviewed 12 March 2015 via mobile

This tour starts with a briefing on the rules and then off you go to board the tram. Guide stands in front and 4 people can sit in one tram . There are 18 trams in total. They have english speaking guides available who are...More

Thank combat66
Reviewed 17 November 2014

This was a nice way to see the rain forest from the top of the canopy. It was raining very heavily when we did it so the wildlife was not around. Our guide was very good and knowledgeable. We had a view of the canal...More

1  Thank Albert C
Reviewed 11 February 2014

We didn't get to see much except for trees. The view at the top was great. Guide was very nice and gave us a lot of information.

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Reviewed 22 November 2013

The neat thing about the radio tower is that at its top, you are even with the top canopy layer. There is a unique perspective of the Forrest to experience, and also a good view of the canal and Chagras River. Technically, the tower is...More

1  Thank 08Carrie80
Reviewed 30 March 2013

We had a wonderful view and saw Toucans! I am afrain of highs so it was a bit scary. But was very happy I went all the way up. It's definetly worth the fear!

Thank savoiei
Reviewed 26 February 2013

Really wantedto do this , but due to dredgingin the canal this was not available - website needs update.

1  Thank Terry L
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