Gateway to Panama
- Price from:
- 1425 USD /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 5 days
- Location Start:
- Panama City
- Location Finish:
- Panama City
- We Speak:
- Spanish, French, English
Last updated: 12/19/2006
Panama City...one destination, three cities! From the ruins of Panama Viejo, the charming Colonial Quarter, to the eighth wonder of the modern world-the Panama Canal-Panama has it all!
- Inclusions -
- Exclusions -
- Travel insurance
- Extras -
- Is This for Me: Easy-paced tour designed to introduce you to Panama.
What to Bring: For daytime: loose-fitting, comfortable, 100% Cotton clothing, lightweight jacket, trekking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen.
For nighttime: Dress casual (no jackets required).
Meals: All meals included. Continental breakfast included with hotel stay.
Travel Days: Thursday - Monday.
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Important Notice : Avoiding Fraud
It's rare, but some helpful hints to watch out for with regards to fraud:
- It is important to NEVER wire funds or use/employ other fund transfer mechanisms such as western union: Always use a credit card to protect yourself against fraud. If owners pressure you into providing a deposit or refuse to accept credit cards, there is a high probability that this is a scam.
- If at all suspicious of fraud, ask to see their website, or any other literature they can provide or send to you. Ask them for contact details for guests who have previously stayed on their property insisting on telephone numbers. Be suspicious of emails that originate from free email services (yahoo, hotmail, gmail, etc)
- Research the property thoroughly on the internet to see if there is any history or mention of scams associated with the property.