Best known for the man-made Panama Canal, a trip to Panama will bring you to a mixture of old age charm and new age modernity. There is much more to see and do in this paradise. As the last country in Central America, Panama has a lot to live up to but they more than deliver ... Read More
Who hasn't dreamt of snorkelling, sun-baking and cocktail-sipping in the Caribbean? Enjoy plenty of time to do just this in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, as well as seeing sloths, racoons and monkeys in nearby Cahulta National Park.
Dial the relaxation up a notch in Bocas del Toro, Panama, spending several nights on nearby Isla Bastimentos.
Waterfalls, wildflowers, hot springs and mountains - beautiful Boquete has it all.
“Use this company. The guide made really great. My two teen boys really enjoyed the monkeys and the village. The guide spotted birds, butterflies, and monkeys as we drove down the road. He even stopped and let us get out and look. Bring water and a snack. The guide told us to and it was needed. The guide even had bug spray for us.”
Best known for the man-made Panama Canal, a trip to Panama will bring you to a mixture of old age charm and new age modernity. There is much more to see and do in this paradise. As the last country in Central America, Panama has a lot to live up to but they more than deliver with the culture and the incredible places to see. Holidaying in Panama is bound to leave you speechless.
Live on the edge of the Atlantic and the Pacific and marvel at the Panama Canal.
Get to know the local wildlife, of which there are over 300 mammals and 900 birds.
Pick from the multitude of beaches that the country has to offer.
Explore the postcard picturesque Archipiélago de Bocas del Toro.
Bike the Amadour Causeway, to see a cityscape or the canal, depending on where you look.
Explore the history at Panama Viejo, which was one of the biggest Spanish trading centers.
Tour a coffee plantation and get the fix you need of real Panamanian coffee.
Understand the indigenous people of Panama by meeting the Emberra Indians.
If you want to drink, stick with beer; it’s cheaper.
Avoid hot water; it will cost you more. The weather is so hot you probably won’t need it anyway.
Tap water is safe to drink, so don’t worry about spending the money on bottles.
Eat at the stands if you want to save money on food.
Break larger bills because taxi drivers and shop keepers may not accept them.
Stay on the path when exploring; don’t be tempted to go off the path.
While snorkelling, be a relaxed and you will be viiewed as less of a threat by the aquatic wildlife.
Beware of falling coconuts; they can cause injury.