Branding Latin America Travel is highlighting the diving opportunities available in the Panama, which offers more than 2,574km of coastline and a plethora of islands.
Ernesto Orillac, the general advisor at the Panama Tourism Authority, said: “Diving in the Panama Canal is a unique way to get under the skin of our beautiful country. There is an abundance of incredible marine life and all types of colourful fish can be found there. Diving in the Canal."
The company says that a must-see when diving, is the old train dating from the beginning of the century, during the French canal construction, which lies at a depth of 50ft. It also says that the ideal time to take a diving trip in the Panama Canal are the months between January and April, when the water temperature is around 27°C.
The operator's managing director, Claudia Morales, said: "Alternatively, a spectacular way to enjoy the magnificent view of the canal is to take the train to Colón, the second largest free trade emporium in the world. There are also areas around the Panama Canal that are exclusively dedicated to the observation of the biodiversity that the tropical rainforest has.
"Within the Chagres National Park, you can visit aborigine communities located in the middle of the jungle. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about these communities, its traditions, music and dances, their natural medicines prepared from natural resources like plants and flowers, or the design and creation of their hats and many of their customs."
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