Panama Destinations

Panama DestinationsHow is it possible that one small country can offer so many world-class destinations? Panama has over a thousand islands on both the Caribbean and Pacific coasts, highlands covered with cloud forests, flower-filled valleys and prize-winning coffee farms, the most accessible pristine jungle and rainforest anywhere, historical sites that never fail to intrigue history buffs and a capital city with access to easy cosmopolitan living and a non-stop night life.

Boca Chica

Chiriqui National Marine Park
A stunning new coast and island destination near the Costa Rican border- Boca Chica is part of the Chiriqui National Marine Park. Chiriqui province, famous as a mountain destination, now has a beach and island destination. Read More »

Bocas del Toro

Sea, Nature and Fun!
Where have 18 countries filmed their Survivor series? The answer is exotic Bocas del Toro. On the Caribbean. Bocas is Panama's top tourism destination outside Panama City. Relax on beautiful beaches with scarcely a soul in sight, hike through rainforests so fine Lonely Planet Guide calls them "a biologists fantasy"and a explore the laid back, seaside town.
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Spectacular Mountain Scenery, Coffee Farms, River Rafting and a Year-Round Spring Climate
Panama's premier mountain destination, Boquete has something for everyone: spectacular mountain views, rainforests, nature, rafting, a variety of lodgings and a quaint friendly town. Towering over the area is the magnificent Volcan Baru, an inactive volcano providing majestic views and volcanic soil for a lush flora and fauna. Tourism attractions world-class rafting and kayaking, golf, coffee farm tours, birdwatching, hiking, horseback riding and thrilling a zipline canopy tour. Lodging options range from friendly hotels to sophisticated hotels and eco-lodges.

Rated as one of five best places in the world for a second home and retirement by the Fortune magazine and the AARP, many Americans and Europeans have made Boquete their permanent home.
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Casco Viejo

The Historic Sector of Panama City: History, Culture and Non-Stop Ambience
This 337-year-old Panama City neighborhood has an intriguing past and vibrant present. It's located in the 38 block area referred to as 'Casco Viejo', 'Casco Antiguo' or 'San Felipe'. Read More »

Cocle Province

Beaches and Mountains Plus Proximity to Panama City
Just over an hour from Panama City, Cocle province, smack dab in the middle of the country is an increasingly sought after destination because of its numerous tourist friendly beaches and variety of beautiful mountain venues plus a a provincial capital city with modern conveniences. Read More »

Darien Province

World-class Birding, Nature, Adventure, Indian Culture and Sport Fishing
The Darien is a wild nature outpost for birders nature lovers and adventurers The jungle is so dense that it's the only place where the Panamerican highway. running from Alaska to Argentina, does not penetrate. Read More »

El Valle de Anton

Panama's Perfect Mountain Getaway
A picturesque mountain town just two hours from Panama City, El Valle is a great escape from the hustle and heat of the city. It's also a popular day trip for those staying in Panama's Riviera. Read More »

Panama Canal Rainforest

Nature was never this close!
Just outside the Panama City limits, the awe-inspiring Panama Canal coexists with another world wonder: the most extensive rainforest in the Western Hemisphere outside of the Amazon. These fifty-thousand acres of virgin rainforest harbor 105 species of mammals, 525 species of birds and 124 species of reptiles and amphibians have been accounted for. Imagine how much more there is to discover. Read More »

Panama City- Business Hub & Lots to Do and See

A delightful combination of the historic and the modern
Panama City is a city of easy cosmopolitan living, a delightful combination of the historic and the modern, the international and the Latino. Gazing at the Manhattan-like skyline, visitors typically comment that they had no idea that there was such a modern capital city in Central America. Read More »

Panama's Riviera: Beaches Nearby Panama City

Panama City's Convenient Beach Getaways
Along the Pacific Coast just outside Panama City, begin a string of ivory-sand beaches and azure waters. It is hard to think of any metropolitan city anywhere in the world with so many fine beaches nearby. Just an hour and a half outside the city, Panama's Riviera, also known as Farallon, is perfect for both day and weekend trips. It has a sultry climate and beaches with great swells to surf at. In addition, there are multiple resorts with year-round golfing. It's no wonder that the area is a very popular place for beach homes and/or retirement. There's dozens of real estate projects to choose from and a well organized ex-pat community. Read More »

Pearl Islands

World-class exotic beauty and CBS's Survivor location
Just a 15 minute plane ride from Panama City lie the exotic Pearl Islands. You can still buy pearls today, but the major attraction of this archipelago are its picturesque aqua waters, lush vegetation, fascinating marine life and lovely sparsely populated beaches. Read More »

Pedasi and the Azuero Peninsula

World Class Surf and Retirement Haven
The Azuero Peninsula with its white-sand beaches, soft rolling hills, world class water sports is home to Panama's most attractive small town- Pedasí. A four hour drive from Panama City, Pedasi is the home base for world class surfing, diving and sport fishing. An increasing number of foreigners are moving to the area attracted by the beautiful scenery, friendly people with a great small town at the center of it all. The region is also famous for countries best Carnival celebrations in Las Tablas and as the cradle of Spanish colonial culture. Read More »

Portobelo & Isla Grande— World Heritage Site & Caribbean Beauty

Caribbean Beauty and History So Very Nearby
Just 1.5 hours from Panama City lie the turquoise waters of the Caribbean coast with a variety of world class attractions. The historic town of Portobelo is one of the most scenic spots in Panama. Set on a turquoise Caribbean bay, it was Spanish Empires' s trade epicenter in the 16th and 17th century. Attractions include a restored Custom house, the ruins of five Spanish forts, an acclaimed boutique resort, rainforests, diving and snorkeling. Read More »

San Blas Islands—Guna Yala

Rated the #3 Tropical Paradise in the World
The San Blas Islands offer two unbeatable attractions: Caribbean islands of stunning pristine beauty and an opportunity to visit the Guna Indians, also referred to as Kuna Indians for many years. They are a living Indian tribe with fascinating culture and tradition. In 2011, San Blas was selected by Lonely Planet as the #3 top tropical paradise in the world. Read More »

Santa Catalina and Coiba Island

Santa Catalina- World Class Surfing, Diving and the Gateway to Coiba Island
The coastal hamlet of Santa Catalina is one of the two top surfing destinations in Central America. It is also the gateway Coiba lsland National Marine Park with some of the best diving on the Pacific Coast and pristine nature. Read More »

The Panama Canal

The Eighth Wonder of the World
Controversial. Revolutionary. Amazing. The Panama Canal has been called "The Eighth Wonder of the World"... and with good reason! It took 250,000 people from all corners of the globe more than 10 years to build, and it stands as a monument to mankind's ingenuity and power of conviction. Read More »

Volcan—The Other Side of the Volcano

The Other Side of the Volcano
On the other side of the Baru Volcano from Boquete, lies Volcan, a mountain destination rivaling Boquete in natural beauty. Not being as "developed" as Boquete is a big part of the Volcan's charm. Bordering Costa Rica, Volcan's attractions are the Volcano itself bestowing majestic views everywhere, the Amistad Internacional Park which straddles Panama and Costa Rica and Volcan Baru National Park. Read More »

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