Jun 28, 2017


Panama is a beautiful, warm, small and friendly country located between North and South America. Its short history, rich culture, mixes of ethnic groups and the Panama Canal makes us a unique place like no other in the World.


Our country is not only a great place for nature lovers and a paradise for great shopping, but also it is one of the few spots in the World where you can see both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans at the same time.


According to Forbes, Panama is among the top places to retire because it is safe and has a low cost of living among many other advantages.


Panama has always been an international crossroad through its history, so Panamanians are used to meeting and greeting people from many countries; English as a second language is very well spoken.


The currency in Panama is the US Dollar, a great convenience for locals, visitors and tourists. Panama's population is approximately 3,500.000 (May 2010) with a stable democracy, a dynamic business sector and an unusual variety of land.


As John Le Carré, author of The Tailor of Panama, once wrote: “We have everything God needed to make paradise. Great farming, beaches, mountains, wildlife you wouldn’t believe…people so beautiful you could cry.”



Panama in 1 Day

  • Panama Canal
  • Causeway
  • Old Quarter

If you have more time

  • Islands and beaches
  • Bocas del Toro
  • Boquete
  • Panamal Canal Transit
  Panama City