Panama Roadrunner | Transportation & Security Escort

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All of our day trips may be customized to suit your wishes! You choose your destinations and how much or how little time you wish to spend at each location.

 We provide you with a newer vehicle and a well trained driver for your personal, exclusive use throughout the day or evening.  You are not sharing with other guests.

 Our driver is with you throughout your day trip to keep you safe and secure. 

 Prices quoted are the total price for transport and not per person.  Prices do not include admissions, entrance fees, meals or beverages.

 It is important that you carry a copy of your passport with you while traveling in Panama.  If you'd like to shop at the Duty Free store on the Amador Causeway, you will need your passport there as well.


The train follows a picturesque pathway across the isthmus of Panama. 

The railway links the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. 

The route was opened in 1855 an throughout most of the 20th century was controlled by the American government and then in 1979 ownership was turned over to the Panamanian government. 

In 1998 ownership was turned over to the Panama Canal Railway Company.

The train leaves Colon at 5:15 p.m. and passengers board the tourist car with its raised levels for better viewing.  The train travels through lush rain forests and cruises beside the locks. 

The train operates from Monday to Friday and is $25 per person for the train tickets. 

Tickets can be purchased aboard.  No reservations are required.

Your Safety and Security are of Paramount Importance to us!

Transportation & Security Services
We have drivers who speak:
English, Spanish, French, Portugese