Campus and Facilities

The ISMS campus is located in the middle of Panama City. Centrally located, close to all your needs.

Panama is a world-class business hub with highly sought-after residential areas, a championship golf course, hotels, retail, schools, health care and other amenities, in an ecologically inspired landscape of lush, tropical forest, hills, mangroves and wetlands. 
In Panama, people can do it all – live, work, and play all in one clean and green environment.  The campus is located close enough to enjoy most of the nearby accommodations such as: hotels, a variety of apartment buildings and houses; as well as, banks, shops, supermarkets, pharmacies,  movie theaters, restaurants, etc.
In the city you can walk or take a taxi to almost anywhere, and everything you may need is nearby, like supermarkets, pharmacies and movie theaters.
The campus is in cosmopolitan Panama City, and its 1.5 million residents and  only a 45-minute drive to Tocumen International Airport. 
The Caribbean beaches are only an hour drive from campus.
Barro Colorado Island was formed by the creation of Lake Gatun in 1913 during the construction of the Panama Canal. The 15-square-kilometer island is home to one of the oldest tropical research stations in the world, where studies have been carried out for more than 100 years. Every year, more than 400 scientists visit this rainforest-covered living laboratory to study biology, ecology, evolution and animal behavior.
Day visitors are welcome to Barro Colorado Island.                 
Discover the great variety of birds surronunding our center next to Pipeline Road in Gamboa. Just at a 40 minutes drive by car from Panama City.The Panama Rainforest Discovery Center is an ecotourism and environmental education project under the administration of Eugene Eisenmann Avifauna Foundation, which main goal is the conservation of birds through environmental sustainability projects.                    
RAINFOREST OF PANAMA. Tropical rainforests are warm, 24-27°C (75-80°F) year round, because they are located near the equator. Rainforests live up to their name—they receive at least 2,000 mm (80 inches) of rain every year. While they cover less than seven percent of the Earth’s surface, rainforests contain about half of the plant and animal species on the planet. The rainforests of Panama, in particular, are some of the world’s most biologically diverse areas.