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Located at the southern entrance of the Panama Canal and stretching nearly three kilometers into the Pacific Ocean, this popular causeway features many tourist-related venues and activities including hotels, restaurants, and jogging and biking...more
All reviews rent bikes duty free store free shops mi ranchito three islands bike ride biodiversity museum flamenco island city skyline nice walk great place to walk the pacific ocean casco viejo marinas perico naos panama
From the Biomuseo, took a Taxi to get to the last of the three islands connected by man made roads and enjoyed the sunset having drinks at a marina bar . The three islands are Naos, Perico and Flamenco. The whole area is just beautiful...More
With the dual carriageway finally completed it is also excellent for motor traffic, albeit with the caveat that, especially during rush hour, there continues to be a bottle neck at the bottom of the causeway.
This is one of the most picturesque and charming areas in Panama. The wide lanes along the water, the wonderful Biomuseo, the possibility to rent bicycles, the many good restaurants and the marina. To top it all the view of Panama City skyline from this...More
It is a beautiful walk down the Causeway. It has all recently been updated and the bench’s, bathrooms, greenery etc along the way make for a great place to walk, jog, cycle comfortably. There are many new restaurants and great little kiosks to get ice...More
I'm an old gear-head from the States. I've been looking for years for cruise night in Panama. I found it, on the Causeway on late Thursday night. Not as big as those in the US, but just as interesting.
The causeway was built by the Americans using rubble removed from the Panama Canal dredging. It has always been a nice place to bike ride from the mainland to the 3 islands. It has now been developed into a tourist area. There are restaurants and...More
I spent many hours of my youth on causeway when I lived in Canal Zone under control of US Government. Panama has turned it into a tourist area, widen the road, and put in a lot of buildings, restaurants, marinas, and a few hotels. I...More
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To my knowledge there's not general wi-fi available on the Causeway, but I'm sure you could always use the wifi of the restaurant - perhaps at most you may be asked to order something. Hope that helps! Enjoy Panama - it's a... More
To my knowledge there's not general wi-fi available on the Causeway, but I'm sure you could always use the wifi of the restaurant - perhaps at most you may be asked to order something. Hope that helps! Enjoy Panama - it's a beautiful and amazing country to visit!