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Gatun Lake Panama

Is a large artificial lake to the south of Colón, Panama. It forms a major part of the Panama Canal, carrying ships for 33 km (21 mi) of their transit across the Isthmus of Panama.
The lake was created between 1907 and 1913 by the building of the Gatun Dam across the Chagres River. At the time it was created, Gatun Lake was the largest man-made lake in the world. Gatun Dam was also the largest of its kind.

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Mantled Howler Monkey

Mantled Howler Monkey
The mantled howler monkey you will see in the Monkey Island Panama tour likes to live in groups of females with a few males. It is native of the area of Central America.

The mantled howler monkey communicates with other members of their group doing a very loud sound that can be heard for 5 Kms and is considered as the loudest animal of the panamanian fauna.
Their diet consists mostly of leaves from the top of trees, fruits, nuts and flowers. Their lifespan is between 15 to 20 years.

For reservations to visit the Monkey Island Panama just give us a call:
In Panama: 836-5333
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The White-faced capuchin monkey

White-faced capuchin monkey
The white-faced capuchin monkey is also known as White-throated Capuchin or White-Headed Capuchin is native of Central America and northern South America. They live in groups of 20 males and females. This is a very intelligent and versatile monkey who can adapt to live in different types of jungle.

The capuchin monkey eats fruit, plants, invertebrate animals and small vertebrate ones. They use some plants and branches as a tool to get food when its out of reach. The capuchin monkey living in the Gatun area of the Panama Canal use to rub their fur against some plants as a treatment for fungus, bacteries, ticks, etc. Their lifespan is about 50 years.

Make your reservation to take the Monkey Island Panama Tour:
In Panama: 836-5333
Toll Free USA: 1-866-390-3451
Email us at: info@panamatravelcorp..com

Geoffroy’s tamarin monkey

White-faced capuchin monkey

Geoffroy’s tamarin monkey is a small monkey found in Panama and Colombia. It is black and white with a red-brownish nape and a white triangle-shaped patch in the front of his head. The geoffroy’s tamarin monkey that you will see during your Monkey Island Panama tour is the smallest one in Central America. They like to live in dry and moist tropical forests specially in the Panama Canal zone.


The geoffroy’s tamarin monkey likes to eat fruits, plants, insects and exudates. Most of the tamarin females give birth between april to june. The newborns look different than their parents, they have a beige color blaze, white face and black fur all over their bodies including the tail. All the family helps with the baby care including siblings. Mother and father carry them and groom them too. They start to independent when they are about 15 weeks old. The geoffroy’s tamarin monkey has a lifespan of 13 years.


For reservations to visit the Monkey Island Panama just give us a call:
In Panama: 836-5333
Toll Free USA: 1-866-390-3451
Email us at: info@panamatravelcorp.com

Lemurine Owl Monkey

White-faced capuchin monkey
Lemurine Owl Monkey is another name known for this night monkey. The gray-bellied night monkey is a small monkey native of Panama and possibly some forests of south america. It is a arboreal and nocturnal specie with a vulnerability to extinction.
The gray-bellied night monkey likes to sleep at daytime and eats at night. It looks for fruit, insects, nectar, leaves and sometimes small birds or mammals.
This is a monogamous monkey. Most of the times the couple has only one infant per year, twins are rare. The mother is in charge of the nursing only but the father takes care of baby.

Make your reservation to take the Monkey Island Panama Tour:
In Panama: 836-5333
Toll Free USA: 1-866-390-3451
Email us at: info@panamatravelcorp.com


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