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Tamarin Tour: Mammal & Birding Adventure (9 nights)

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Duration

10 days/9 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

8 people

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Overview

PRIVATE ITINERARY WITH SHARED EXCURSIONS

 We will tailor make your program according to your preferences.

An exciting 9-night tour specializing in mammals, but also featuring birds, reptiles, amphibians and more! Enjoy 7 nights lodging at the historic and world-famous Canopy Tower, with tours around the Canopy Tower and Semaphore Hill, Pipeline Road, Barro Colorado Island, a boat trip to Gatun Lake, Panama Rainforest Discovery Center, Metropolitan Nature Park and Fort San Lorenzo on the Caribbean coast.

Also enjoy 2 nights at the award-winning Canopy Lodge, where you will explore El Valle’s foothills for its amazing mammals and birds. From the diminutive Geoffroy’s Tamarin to the boisterous Mantled Howler, the incredible Hoffmann’s Two-toed & Brown-throated Three-toed Sloths to tongue-slurping Orange Nectar Bats, the Tamarin Tour will give you a great sampling of Panama’s incredible diversity of mammals and many other interesting creatures!

This itinerary may change without prior notice due to weather, alterations in habitat or other conditions.

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DAY 1 – Welcome to Panama
DAY 1 – Welcome to Panama

Upon arrival at the airport, you will be met by your driver for your transfer to the Canopy Tower, located at the top of Semaphore Hill in the rainforest of Soberanía National Park.

After settling in, you will meet your local guide on the observation deck where you may spot your first mammal, a Brown-throated Three-toed Sloth, munching on Cecropia leaves.

During dinner, keep an eye on the Cecropia trees, as they attract nocturnal Kinkajous, Olingos, Central American Woolly Opossums and Western Night Monkeys. Black-and-white Owls are often around the Canopy Tower after dark too!

Dinner on property.
Accommodationat CANOPY TOWER.

DAY 2 – Canopy Tower Surroundings
DAY 2 – Canopy Tower Surroundings

Morning tour: Observation Deck & Semaphore Hill Road
You will start your wildlife adventure at sunrise on the observation deck on the Canopy Tower. The Canopy Tower’s observation deck offers a great opportunity to scan the treetops, where we can often see Geoffroy’sTamarins, Mantled Howlers, Hoffmann’s Two-toed & Brown-throated Three-toed Sloths, Red-tailed & Variegated Squirrels and a variety of colorful birds that come to feed on the Cecropia trees. Toucans, parrots, a wide range of tanagers and flycatchers, majestic raptors and even Blue Cotinga can be seen from the observation deck.

Breakfast will follow. After breakfast, you will start walking down Semaphore Hill Road through the lush lowland rainforest of Soberania National Park to continue our search for mammals and other creatures. On this road there is a chance to find two species of sloth, as well as Central American Agouti, White-nosed Coati, Mantled Howler and Northern Tamandua. The rare Silky Anteater, as well as the secretive Tayra, have been spotted occasionally along this road. The road is a little more than a mile long, and passes through some of the most beautiful forest around!

We also have a great chance for forest birds including five species of trogon, Rufous & Broad-billed Motmots, and several species of antbird. At the bottom of the hill you can check under the bridge for roosting Greater White-lined and Chestnut Sac-winged Bats. At the end of this walk, you will be picked up by an open-air vehicles and be driven back up to the CANOPY TOWER for lunch.

Lunch at CANOPY TOWER
Afternoon: Ammo Ponds & Gamboa Marina (20 min. from Canopy Tower)

After lunch and a break you will drive north to the Ammo Dump Ponds, located in the small town of Gamboa. This is a great place to look for the world’s second largest rodent, the Lesser Capybara, which can be found in or near the Chagres River. Also, in Gamboa’s forested neighborhoods, we search for Red-tailed Squirrel and Central American Agouti, a large diurnal rainforest rodent.

Depending on time, you will make a quick stop at the marina on the Chagres River, the main source of water for the Panama Canal. With a bit of luck, you can find a Neotropical River Otter or a Variegated Squirrel. Water birds including Wattled Jacana, Striated Heron and the beautiful Snail Kite can be seen here.

After dinner you will board one of the Canopy Tower’s open-air vehicles for a night drive down Semaphore Hill Road. Many Neotropical mammals are nocturnal, and night drives are the best way to find them! We hope this evening to find Olingo, Western Night Monkey, Paca, Central American Woolly Opossum and, if lucky, Rothschild’s Porcupine!

Dinner on property.
Accommodationat CANOPY TOWER.

DAY 3 – Pipeline Road, Summit Gardens & Old Gamboa Road
DAY 3 – Pipeline Road, Summit Gardens & Old Gamboa Road

Morning: Pipeline Road (25 min. from Canopy Tower)
This morning after an early breakfast, you will board the Canopy Tower’s Birdmobile and spend the morning at the world famous Pipeline Road. Hundreds of species of birds, mammals and countless insects and plants have been recorded here. This 17-km gravel road with eleven creeks has much to be explored, and is a great place for mammals, including White-faced Capuchin, Mantled Howler, Central American Agouti, White-nosed Coati, Tayra, Collared Peccary and White-tailed Deer.

We will keep an eye on the openings of tree cavities for roosting Rufous Tree Rat. There have also been sightings of three species of cats here, namely Jaguarundi, Ocelot and, rarest of all, Jaguar. Over 500 species of birds have been recorded here, so there are good chances we will enjoy quality sightings of Crimson-crested Woodpecker, White-tailed Trogon, Spotted Antbird, Tiny Hawk or any number of special birds! You head back to the CANOPY TOWER for lunch.

Lunch at CANOPY TOWER

Afternoon: Summit Gardens & Old Gamboa Road (10 min. from Canopy Tower)
After lunch, you will continue the wildlife adventure at the Summit Botanical Garden, just 10 minutes from the tower. The main target here will be to find a roosting colony of Common Tent-making Bats under the large palm leaves at the entrance to the park. Agoutis are conspicuous and unshy here, and other mammals are always a possibility. Great Black Hawk, Crane Hawk, Giant Cowbird, Yellow-backed Oriole and Masked Tityra also may be seen! After a short visit to the gardens, you will cross the road to explore the area of Old Gamboa Road and the adjacent Summit Ponds. This site boasts the nearest access to Pacific dry forest from the Canopy Tower. The ponds are a great place to look for some secretive herons, including Boat-billed & Capped, and the diminutive American Pygmy Kingfisher, along with Spectacled Caiman and Common Basilisk, also known as the “Jesus Christ Lizard” for its ability to run across the surface of the water. Carrying on down Old Gamboa Road south, we hope to find Tayra, Red-tailed Squirrel, more Two-toed and Three-toed Sloths, Jaguarundi, White-nosed Coati and other mammals. Back at the Canopy Tower, during dinner, Little Mastiff Bats may be seen flying around the dining room as they head out for their evening hunt, and you will watch for the largest bat in the Americas, the Great False Vampire Bat, hunting around the Cecropia trees out the windows.
This evening after dinner, you will head out on another night drive, targeting nocturnal mammals. Common Opossum, Nine-banded Armadillo, Northern Tamandua and Collared Peccary are some additional targets on your nighttime wildlife adventure!

Dinner on property.
Accommodationat CANOPY TOWER.

DAY 4 – San Lorenzo
DAY 4 – San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo National Park Full Day Tour (1.5 Hrs. from Canopy Tower)
Today after an early breakfast, you will drive to the Caribbean slope of Panama, only 1½ hours from Panama City, over a newly constructed four-lane highway. The purpose of this tour will be to look for mammals at San Lorenzo Forest Preserve, where you will also enjoy a picnic-style lunch. This area was the site of the US Army Jungle Training School, and it is also known as Fort Sherman. San Lorenzo National Park is known for its abundance of Mantled Howlers, White-faced Capuchins and sloths. Some other elusive species, such as Jaguarundi and Western Night Monkeys are often seen.

Occasionally, visitors are surprised by a herd of Collared Peccaries or a White-tailed Deer crossing the road. There is also the added benefit of visiting the old Spanish fortress of San Lorenzo, a World Heritage Site, built on a promontory at the entrance of the Chagres River. This fort was the last bastion of the Spanish Empire on mainland America and was abandoned by the Spanish in 1821. In the dark rooms of the fort, you may find Greater White-lined Bats and perhaps some other species inside.

In addition, to get to this area, you have to cross the Panama Canal, which gives you a unique view of the Gatun locks and new Agua Clara locks from below. Finally, there will be an option to return to the Tower via the Panama Canal Railway, a scenic ride from Colon to Panama City. As the sun sets over Gatun Lake, we hope you to end your wildlife adventure with some herons and Snail Kites from the historic railway car.

Dinner on property.
Accommodationat CANOPY TOWER.

DAY 5 – Jungle adventure
DAY 5 – Jungle adventure

Morning: Jungle Boat Tour (15 min. from Canopy Tower)
This morning after breakfast you will board a motorboat for a spectacular tour on the Panama Canal. Most of the Panama Canal is actually an artificial lake, Gatun Lake, and this wildlife adventure will depart from Gamboa, just 15 minutes from the Canopy Tower. You will start in the Chagres River, enjoying the abundance of water birds and keeping an eye out for Lesser Capybara. Then you will pass under the historic one-way Gamboabridge into the Panama Canal! Along the way you will pass huge cargo ships and ocean liners and you will also visit hidden coves and beautiful inlets of Gatun Lake with fascinating fauna and flora.

From the boat, you will explore the small islands throughout the lake to look for primates including Mantled Howlers, White-faced Capuchins and the tiny Geoffroy’sTamarins. There is also a chance to see some interesting reptiles, including American Crocodile (some reach 14 or more feet in length) and its smaller relative, the Spectacled Caiman, plus Basilisks and Black River Turtles. A little scarcer, but not impossible, are the Neotropical River Otter and, if you are really lucky, the West Indian Manatee. This species was introduced to the Panama Canal in the 1960s to control the growth of water weeds, and they have adjusted very well to this habitat. We also hope youto see the tiny Proboscis Bat, often found roosting along these quiet banks. For sure you will have a fantastic morning!

Lunch at CANOPY TOWER.

Afternoon: Panama Rainforest Discovery Center (30 min. from Canopy Tower)

This afternoon you will return to the Pipeline Road to visit the Panama Rainforest Discovery Center, an ecotourism and environmental education facility created and administrated by Fundación Avifauna Eugene Eisenmann. Seventy percent of the materials used in the construction of this facility were recycled from old Canal Zone houses. You will climb the observation tower up to the top of the canopy, overlooking vast Soberania National Park. From this vantage, you can scan the tree tops for mammals and hawks! Purple-throated Fruitcrow, Yellow-throated Toucan, Pied White-necked Puffbirds and Blue Cotinga are commonly seen from the top of the tower.

The platform and its hummingbird feeders offer an opportunity to see several species prior to dusk. Two-toed & Three-toed Sloths, White-nosed Coati and Northern Tamandua may be found here!

Tonight after dinner you will head out on your last night drive to continue the search for nocturnal mammals, hoping to find Ocelot, Collared Peccary, Paca, Western Night Monkey, Silky Anteater, Rothschild’s Porcupine or something else.

Dinner on property.
Accommodation at CANOPY TOWER.

DAY 6 – Metro Park & Panama Canal
DAY 6 – Metro Park & Panama Canal

Morning: Metro Park & Punta Culebra (30 min. from Canopy Tower)
After breakfast, you will head to Metropolitan Natural Park, located right next to Panama City, and only 30 minutes from the Canopy Tower.

The forests of the Metro Park are much drier than those around the Tower. This park is also a great place for bird migration (September through October). There is a wonderful over-look at the summit of a hill, which will give you an incredible perspective of Panama City, the scenic bay and some of the closer islands. Some of the most common residents are Geoffroy’sTamarins and Variegated & Red-tailed Squirrels. Northern Tamandua, White-nosed Coati and Western Night Monkey are also a possibility for us this morning. Rosy Thrush-Tanager, Black-throated Trogon, Green Shrike-Vireo and the endemic Yellow-green Tyrannulet can also be found here!

Later this morning you will head into Panama City to the Amador Causeway to visit Punta Culebra Nature Center, a public nature facility run by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. Our main target for this site is the Crab-eating Raccoon, a shy mammal that lives in the Pacific dry forest and adjacent mangroves. Also Hoffmann’s Two-toed Sloths are especially abundant and easy to find here, and Northern Tamandua is commonly seen.

Lunch at CANOPY TOWER.
Afternoon: Miraflores Locks (20 min. from Canopy Tower)

After lunch, you will visit one of the “must see” attractions on any trip to Panama, the world famous Panama Canal! The newly expanded Panama Canal is one of the wonders of the modern world and an engineering marvel. There are four exhibition halls at this ultra-modern museum, which includes historic artifacts used in the construction of the Canal, interactive modules, video presentations, models of the Panama Canal, and objects used in Canal operations. Models of the biota collected during the construction are also on display. Most importantly, you will watch the huge cargo ships negotiate the tight-fitting locks!

Dinner on property.
Accommodation at CANOPY TOWER.

DAY 7 – Wildlife and conservation
DAY 7 – Wildlife and conservation

Morning: Pipeline Road (25 min. from Canopy Tower)
This morning, you will take a well-deserved trip back to the Pipeline Road. Pipeline Road is so biodiverse that one morning here is not enough! This morning you will walk a little further into the park, reaching wetter Caribbean slope forest and hoping to see some different mammals and birds. Tayra, Collared Peccary and Jaguarundi are all possibilities this morning as you will head further up Pipeline Road. You should keep an eye out for Rufous Tree Rat and the rare Silky Anteater as well. Streak-chested Antpitta, Great Tinamou, Tiny Hawk and Slaty-backed Forest-Falcon are just some of the birds we hope you to find this morning.

After a full morning on Pipeline Road, you will head back to the CANOPY TOWER for lunch.

Afternoon: Chagres River Wrap Up / Gamboa Wildlife Center Visit (20 min. from Canopy Tower)

Your last afternoon at the Canopy Tower, you can revisit the Chagres River around Gamboa or tailor your quest for Neotropical mammals in search of any that you have yet to see. Perhaps a Neotropical River Otter or Northern Tamanduaare still waiting to be seen! You will also visit the Gamboa Wildlife Center, a newly-opened public facility owned and operated by the APPC, Panamerican Association for Conservation. Passionately run by a team of wildlife rehabilitators and educators, this center takes in injured and orphaned wildlife from across the country. Their ambassador animal is the sloth, and they receive dozens of orphaned and injured sloths every year, along with many other species.

Their goal is to rehabilitate every animal that comes through their facility in hopes that it can be released back into the wild, and educate locals and visitors to Panama about conservation.

This afternoon you will meet their staff, hear about the work they do and their conservation message, and meet the animals currently in their care. A visit to the Gamboa Wildlife Center is an enjoyable and meaningful experience! Donations are welcome to support their work.

Dinner on property.
Accommodation at CANOPY TOWER.

DAY 8 – Canopy Lodge
DAY 8 – Canopy Lodge

Morning: Plantation Road & Transfer to Canopy Lodge
For your last morning at the Canopy Tower, you can enjoy the Observation Deck at dawn followed by breakfast. After checking out, you will take a short drive down to the bottom of Semaphore Hill to Plantation Road, one of Soberania National Park’s trails. It is a good, easy graded dirt road, passing through a mature forest for about four miles. The road follows a small creek, the Chico Masambi River. This trail features some incredible forest, including gigantic Wild Cashew, Ficus, and Cuipo Trees that reach heights of more than 100 feet. During this walk there is a chance to find more Mantled Howlers, Geoffroy’s Tamarins and White-faced Capuchins. There is also the possibility of encountering a Northern Tamandua or even a Central American Spider Monkey!

After a short walk, you will return to the Tower mid-morning, load up your luggage and transfer to the Canopy Lodge in El Valle de Anton, in the foothills of Central Panama, about 2 hours west of the Canopy Tower. El Valle is located in the caldera of a gigantic volcano that erupted 3.5 million years ago. It is the largest inhabited caldera in the western hemisphere. The volcano has been dormant for many years, but there are mud baths and thermal pools in certain areas of the caldera. Both the Canopy Lodge and the town where it is located are just delightful. When arriving at the Lodge, it is usually hard to get to your room since visitors are hypnotized by the several colorful tanagers visiting the feeders—not to mention the very pleasant cooler temperatures!

The altitude here is about 700 meters above sea level. Upon arrival, you can enjoy the flurry of activity at the lodge’s feeders, where Collared Aracari, Thick-billed Euphonia, Dusky-faced & Flame-rumped Tanagers and many more species feast on the bananas.

Lunch at CANOPY LODGE.

Afternoon: Canopy Lodge Gardens & Canopy Adventure Trails (5 min. from Canopy Lodge)

After having lunch and enjoying the bird feeders, you will take a walk on some of the trails near the Lodge, including a visit to Chorro El Macho at the Canopy Adventure, a 36-metre high waterfall.

The Canopy Lodge is a great place to catch up on some of the mammals you may have missed at the Tower and to add some additional foothill specialties to your lists.

After dinner you will take a leisurely night walk around the lodge grounds. Some of the nocturnal mammals often seen in this area are Gray Four-eyed, Common & Water Opossums, Rothschild’s Porcupines, Western Night Monkeys, Ocelots and Orange Nectar Bats, which visit the hummingbird feeders at night!

Dinner on property.
Accommodation at CANOPY LODGE.

DAY 9 – Canopy Lodge Surroundings
DAY 9 – Canopy Lodge Surroundings

Morning: La Mesa & Finca Candelario (15 min. from Canopy Lodge)
After being awakened by the morning chorus of birds and having your breakfast, you will go out again in search of any other species that is still missing from yur list. You will visit two sites: La Mesa, the flatlands up along the rim of the crater, within the protected area of Cerro Gaital Natural Monument, and Finca Candelario, a private and well-maintained property with tranquil trails and a pleasing open area to explore.

Both areas are great places to look for Western Pygmy Squirrel, Greater Grison, Rufous Tree Rat, Rothschild’s Porcupine, Tayra and Jaguarundi.

Lunch at CANOPY LODGE.
Afternoon: Cara Iguana (10 min from Canopy Lodge)

After lunch and a break, you will head to Cara Iguana, a quiet road on the outskirts of El Valle.This area boasts quality dry forest at the roadsides. Here we hope to see any mammals we have not yet encountered, perhaps White-tailed Deer or Jaguarundi, along with the likelihood of Two-toed and Three-toed Sloths and Central American Agouti. You should also check for roosting Spectacled Owls. Lance-tailed Manakin, TodyMotmot, Garden Emerald and White-winged Becard are just a few of the birding possibilities here!

Dinner on property.
Accommodation at CANOPY LODGE.

DAY 10 – Departure
DAY 10 – Departure

After breakfast you will depart to for Panama City for your return flight home, with memories of the many species of mammals, birds, insects and other wonders of the Neotropics seen and photographed on this wildlife adventure!

Included/Excluded

  • 7 nights of accommodation in CANOPY TOWER
  • 2 nights of accommodation in CANOPY LODGE
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner every day.
  • Natural fruit juices, sodas, wine at dinner time.
  • Bilingual expert bird guide for all the birding tours.
  • Snacks and beverages during all the excursions
  • Transportation and excursions as described on the itinerary.
  • Local Taxes
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel insurance
  • International Flights
  • Any other services not specified

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