Points of Interest
Visitors will marvel at the incredible biodiversity, the countless species of flowers and trees, and the hundreds of mammals, reptiles and birds that live in this five-million-year-old dormant volcano.
Basílica Menor de Santiago Apóstol (Natá)
A 19th-century iron furnace that is open for visitors to observe the operations the third Saturday of every month, with multiple festival weekends throughout the year.
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997, Casco Viejo offers over 340 years of history, Spanish colonial architecture and beautiful charm, and as Panama City's artistic center features museums, quaint shops and gourmet restaurants.
The Miraflores Visitors Center at the Miraflores Locks is the best place to see the legendary Panama Canal and features a museum with interactive exhibits as well as a film on the building of the Canal.
Founded in 1519 by the conquistador Pedrarías Dávila, Panamá Viejo is the oldest European settlement on the Pacific coast of the Americas.
This town was founded in 1581 and features the Catedral de Penonomé, a small museum – El Museo de Penonomé – a craft market, quaint shopping and more.
Explore the amazing possibilities of contact between men and nature through our attractions Production farm, Waterfall El Charcon (Balneary), Indian Village, Horseback riding, walk of Orchids, our world class restaurant and much more, fulfilling our slogan "Life comes from the fields."
The largest mall in Panama City features a wide range of shops, dining options and entertainment for the whole family.
One hour from the Wyndham Grand Playa Blanca , with excellent prices.
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