Canopy Family Panama

Canopy Bed & Breakfast FAQs 

Mangrove Swallows by Roef Mulder
Mangrove Swallows by Roef Mulder

1. Where is the Canopy Bed and Breakfast located?

In the Canal town of Gamboa, walking distance from Pipeline Road, in a house dating back to the construction of the Panama Canal. Please visit our History page to learn more!

2. Are birding tours offered at the Canopy B&B?

No; However, guests may be able to join Canopy Tower Birding Tours, if space is available; rates are the same as for the a la carte tours.

Note: All birding tours are run through the Canopy Tower & Canopy Lodge

3. How many rooms are in the B&B?

There are five bedrooms within the B&B, all with private bath and self-controlled air conditioners. Each room is slightly different from the other, so check out our Rooms and Floor Plans.

4. Are any meals other than breakfast available?

Yes, dinner is available pre-paid with reservation for $22 pp + 7% tax, between 6pm - 7pm.

5. Is lunch available?

At this time lunch is not available. However, there are a few restaurants open for lunch in Gamboa and you can purchase snacks at the small grocery store in town not far from the B & B. Ask staff for directions.

6. Do I need a VISA to enter Panama?

US & Canadian citizens need only a valid passport. Other nationalities please consult the nearest Panamanian Consular office. Your passport must have at least 6 months validity remaining.

7. What about biting insects?

Biting insects are not as bad in the rainforest as most people think. There could be a few mosquitoes and gnats, which any good insect repellent will work on. In addition to insects, we also have ticks and chiggers (near-microscopic type of mite) that you get from being in the grass and walking through the bush. Sulphur powder is an excellent means to keep the chiggers away. We provide sulphur powder.

8. Does the Canopy B&B offer laundry services?

Yes, we happily offer laundry services at the Canopy B&B.

Canopy Bed and Breakfast by Daniel Arias Barakat
Canopy Bed and Breakfast by Daniel Arias Barakat

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