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All reviews dome car panama canal nice ride snacks and drinks great journey passenger cars beautiful trip open air step outside journey takes vintage train smooth ride including snacks complimentary coffee coast to coast step back in time hour and minutes
Just an average train ride. Not as scenic as the company advertises. I have been in lot more scenic railways than this but a nice way to go from one side to the other. Once you get to the other side, take a bus to...More
The five of us took the train from Panama City to Colon to catch the cruise ship. Lots of warning about Colon and crime, so we did not linger in town....we went direct to the cruise ship. Our grandchildren loved it. The are 8 years...More
The best way to experience the new expanded lock is to take the train. It’s a one hour ride through the rain forest to you destination. You can just sit and watch a cargo ship filled with containers work it’s way through the canal up...More
Mostly used by tourists the Canal railway trip is an interesting one, particularly if you have access to the open space inbetween carriages, so as to be able to admire the views and take photographs, which was virtually impossible when I took the train. Make...More
Good experience. a very convenient trip from Colon to Panama City.
just enter the train, find a good seat for you, and Later one lady will come and give u the ticket. ticket fee $ 25, including snacks box and a cup of coffee.
Nice little 2 hour train ride through the jungle to Cristobal.
The carriages have large platforms so you can just step outside for pics.
The railroad parallels the canal more or less.
If you're a serious rail fan you can ride in the cab with...More
After visiting the new 3rd Locke we got onboard the Panama Canal railway. Old cartridges very nice leather seats quite comfortable. The journey takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. We were served with hot or cold drink and a snack box. It was a...More
We travelled on the Panama Canal railway after we had visited the locks. The train is a vintage train which travels across Panama alongside the canal and lake. There are great views of the countryside. We were given a snack pack and offered drinks, complimentary...More
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Explain exactly what you want to know? Are you actually on a cruise or your travelling to pick up your cruise? Most cruise liners book the train for you as a tourist, but if your travelling independently you would need to... More
Explain exactly what you want to know? Are you actually on a cruise or your travelling to pick up your cruise? Most cruise liners book the train for you as a tourist, but if your travelling independently you would need to contact the railway company for information