Wilde Adventures
Incan Empire Cruise: November 3 — December 4, 2013

Panama Wildlife

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Panama Wildlife

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The diversity of wildlife in Panama is amazing. Many bird species make their homes here, and others are annual visitors on their migratory paths. There are many species of primates in Panama, including a variety of monkeys. Offshore are fish, whales, dolphins, sea turtles, and more.


We were fortunate in our travels across the two days we spent in Panama. Coati, howler monkeys, and sloths were observed, and there was opportunity to actually stop for awhile and watch at each of the sightings.

There are many books and websites that detail these interesting primates; we've enjoyed Where to Watch.


HAL Shore Excursions

Wildlife was spotted on the trip to the Canal Expansion as well as from the Hop On-Hop Off bus.

Blog Content & Website Design: Marney Wilde • Photographs by George Wilde