Condor Outfitters Introduces New Dry Season Panama Tours

Lawrenceville, GA (PressExposure) December 03, 2008 -- Condor Outfitters ( announced its new Panama Dry Season tours today. The updates tour options combine popular past events with new excursions, drawing on the company’s long history of guiding visitors throughout Panama.

The 2009 Panama Dry Season Tour lasts from March 4th to March 13th. Tourists are encouraged to book early, as the tour is popular. The core tour includes a partial transit of the Panama Canal and a tour of Panama City, but in addition, visitors pick from multiple options, including a trip to an Embera Indian village, a tour of the Atlantic coast and pre or post tour options to further explore Panama’s wildlife, culture and relaxing resort facilities.

A family owned business, Condor Outfitters management have kept close watch on tourism options in Panama since the company’s founding in 1991. Company heads Lori Snow and Davis Stevenson have both lived much of their lives across South America, and consider Panama to be something of a second home.

“Panama’s dry season gives tourists a chance to enjoy the whole nation in some of the best weather it has to offer,” said Condor Outfitters CEO Lori Snow. “To be honest, we love the country all year round. This year we’ve tightened the tour to try and offer tourists as complete an experience as possible in the time available.”

Tourists can see the details of the Panama Dry Season Tour for themselves at, call Condor Outfitters at 1-800-783-8847 or email Due to the company’s long experience with Panama travel and tours, Condor Outfitters is capable of creating customized tours and additional options as well. Interested parties should call or email.

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Street: 1907 De Winton Place
City: Lawrenceville, GA
Country: USA
Zip Code: 30043

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Press Release Submitted On: November 29, 2008 at 5:18 pm
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