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this was our 4th or 5th visit to San Lorenzo.
the last time was in 2011 when I was pregnant with the 2nd one.
this place always worth to visit, because of the scenery. The rio chagres. And good to know that this time, Panama...More
Located at the mouth of the Chagres River, this fort has historic importance, but it's truly a ruin of its former self. You can wander around and check out what remains, but there are no informational signs at all.
Considering that you most likely get...More
This fort is set on a promontary overlooking the rivers of the Canal. Go prepared with a guide or guidebook if you are interested in the history since there aren't guideposts or signs. The sheer beauty of the place is wonderful and the history that...More
we visited this Fort with our tour guide Mario from Almiza tours. make sure you visit with a knowledgeable tour guide like ours. he gave us the scoop on this beautiful place, the history is just amazing. from pirates to battles to why women weren't...More
Ok. You've seen one ruined 17th century fort and you've seen 'em all, right?
Except how did this British cannon insignia get on this cannon at Fort San Lorenzo?
Could be these guys really did mix it up out there. Or maybe the Spanish picked...More
We absolutely loved this visit. It's not a grand fort but it's steep in history! We went there as part of a joint tour of the locks. Fabulous day! Saw many monkeys and sloths along the way that we could stop and photograph. Beautiful views...More
I visited San Lorenzo s part of a tour to the new Panama Canal Locks. The tour was a walk in the jungle, San Lorenzo and the new locks. There were 4 people on the tour in a minibus. I found the tour on trip advisor while... More
I visited San Lorenzo s part of a tour to the new Panama Canal Locks. The tour was a walk in the jungle, San Lorenzo and the new locks. There were 4 people on the tour in a minibus. I found the tour on trip advisor while looking for tours of the new locks. It was $67.