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Enjoy a stroll along the centuries-old cobblestone streets of Central Avenue in Panama city, witness the abundant wildlife in the rainforest or relax by the beach. You'll be amazed, landscapes are breath-taking.

Panama is a country that links Central and South America and, since the Panama Canal was built in 1914, now links oceans. Since the creation of the canal, the country has been an important international shipping location; however, it is much more than its famed canal. Panama is a country that offers uncrowded beaches, magical rainforests and unique wildlife.

Trek thorough jungle, sail between tropical islands and snorkel around San Blas archipelago, home to the indigenous Kuna people. Visit Bocas del Toro, a town with some of the purest natural beauty in Latin America due to its tropical rainforests, wide savannahs, white sand beaches and colourful coral reef.

Not to miss is of course the capital, Panama City. With its towering skyscrapers, dazzling blue coastline and huge cultural diversity, the city is a place to enjoy some delicious food, good nightlife and fascinating history.

Whether you want to relax at the beaches, go on an adventure or enjoy the colonial history Panama is the place to be!


When is the best time to visit Panama?

Panama is a year-round destination for tourism. The temperature usually stays around the 30 degrees celsius mark and the sun shines most of the time, all year long.

Is it safe to travel in Panama?

Tourists anywhere are prime targets for criminals, therefore, you need to be aware of the risks of theft and need to make sure to protect yourself. There are parts of Panama that are unsafe for tourists to visit, but in the majority of the country, especially along the tourist trail, it is safe.

Some safety notes: do not take your valuables with you, leave them locked in a safety deposit box; keep your spending money, camera and phone close to you, preferably beneath clothing; do not go to areas where tourists are not expected; always use taxis with official identification.

What kind of power adaptor plug do I need for Panama?

In Panama the standard voltage is 120 V. The standard frequency is 60 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type A / B. Please double check with us before you go.

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Panama City

Panama City is the most cosmopolitan capital in Central America. The city is modern as well as steeped in history with an appealing charm due to its colonial-era landmarks, vibrant markets and beautiful plazas lined with cafes and bars.

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Panama Canal

Panama Canal is a man-made 77 km long waterway built in 1914 that connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. It was built in order to shorten the distance that ships had to travel to pass between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

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Bocas Del Toro

Only a one hour flight from Panama City lays Bocas del Toro town. A Caribbean-style jewel situated within the most stunning natural beauty of tropical rainforests fringing white sand beaches that surround abundant coral reefs.

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San Blas Islands

The San Blas Islands are an archipelago comprising approximately 378 islands and cays, of which 49 are inhabited. They are self-governed by the indigenous Kuna Yala tribe, who speak their own Tulekaya language.

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Boquete, Chiriqui highlands

Boquete is famous for the nearby Baru Volcano, hot springs, and coffee plantations. Head into the cloud forest in search of the rare Quetzal bird, this is a great area for birdwatches.

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Miraflores and Gatun locks

The locks are a system that lifts ships up 26 metres to the main elevation of the Panama Canal and down again. There are several locks including the Miraflores and Gatun, Miraflores are closest to the city, have a visitors centre and viewing terraces.

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