An ok trip, but you go round in a big car and yes, you see a few animals, but you stay very close to the hotel and it's not that big of an adventure - but it's easy. I wish the hotel would offer walking night safari where you could get a change to see more of the small animals.
It's free if you stay at the resort and it should be. You drive the grounds which takes all of about 20 minutes in a bumpy truck , they shin a flash light in the tees and all you see is bugs. Find something else to do with your time
I have done this activity several times each with a similar experience. The guide spoke English, Spanish, and some Portuguese and did a very good job of finding and describing the animals. We saw two Sloths, which luckily were low in their trees, a fox, an Iguana, and a nightjar (nocturnal, bug-eating bird). Other times we have seen Capybara and... 更多
The only good thing I can say about this safari that it was free, total waste of 30 minutes. Saw no animals, very muggy night, rough roads be prepared to be shaken up on the vehicle .
Having done this type of tour in the Amazon, I should have known what to expect. Some nighttime birds, but mostly focused on finding and grabbing crocs and caimans to bring into the boat to show guests. Living where there are alligators galore, this really doesn't fascinate me but it certainly did other guests from further inland! Jazz (sic) was... 更多
Take advantage of the free tour for guests of Gamboa Resort. Climb a safari truck. Wear long pants. Spray mosquito repellant. Short ride to look for sloths, monkeys, capybaras. It's not easy to do this yourself. 30 minutes only.
Pile into a Vehicle with several other Guest.You have a Guide with a spot light trying to Find Animals for you,would have been better if i had my own light. Recommendation get there early so you get a seat on left side of vehicle better viewing.If I had to Pay no way.
You enter a vehicle with several other guests and are accompanied by a guide with a spot light. You will be driven around the grounds of the resort and will see lots of nocturnal wildlife!! I saw capybara, cayman, crocodiles and even sloths!!!