You will travel in time to visit ancient Panama, visit its ruins and learn about its history, followed by a visit to the Balboa monument, an entrepreneurial Spanish, that sees the new ocean baptized as the Pacific. Then arriving to Cerro Ancón where we can observe the whole city panoramicly, making a stop in the Biodiversity Museum, this being the natural history museum in the City. Finally it will arrive at Amador Causeway, this is a route that connects the mainland of the city with four islands of the Pacific Ocean, which forms a small archipelago. The islands that make up the archipelago are Naos, Perico, Culebra and Flamenco. Then we will be visiting the imposing Panama Canal, which is an interoceanic shipping route between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean that crosses the Isthmus of Panama at its narrowest point.