Known for its breathtaking attractions, exotic rainforests, and alluring beaches, Panama connects both North and South America while channeling a distinct mixture of old-world charm and modern sophistication.
Travel to Panama City, with its contemporary buildings and cosmopolitan ambiance. You’ll notice as you walk down the cobblestone streets that much of the architecture is interlaced with that of centuries past – creating the perfect blend of old and new. Spend your day shopping and sampling delicious cuisine, visit the Parque Metropolitano rainforest reserve to take in beautiful views of the area, or experience thrilling nightly entertainment at the clubs, casinos, and theaters throughout the city.
Panama’s beach area stretches along the gorgeous Pacific Coast and is studded with a number of posh homes belonging to the area’s most exclusive residents. Enjoy some fun in the sun while relaxing on the beach, take advantage of the area’s amazing surfing options, or make your way over to the luxurious all-inclusive resorts of Playa Blanca.
With over 700 species of wildlife throughout a lush, nature-rich habitat, the Panama Canal rainforests span over 50,000 acres of beautiful vegetation and are ideal for exploration. Whether you’re embarking on a nighttime safari, exploring the Panama Canal via Gatun Lake, or learning more about the plant and animal life that thrives throughout the jungle, the Panama Canal rainforests will continue to astound adventurers and life-long learners alike.
Panama, never too far from the sea. Panama… one of the only places in the world where you can welcome the sunrise swimming in the warm waters of the Pacific and, hours later, enjoy a romantic sunset dancing to Caribbean rhythms.
The 2,500 kilometers of marine coastlines that embrace Panama continue to attract explorers and adventurers from all cover the world, like it occurred centuries ago with Columbus and the discoverer of the Pacific Ocean, Vasco Nuñez de Balboa.
The Caribbean Sea crowns Panama to the north and its beautiful beaches and blissfully isolated islands surrounded by astonishing clear waters are the perfect hideaway for a slow-paced, yet intrepid vacation. Bocas del Toro, to the west, is synonymous with relaxing and tropical charm; yet it is untamed and naturally blesses. Snorkeling in coral gardens and mangroves, sea- turtle and dolphin watching, and laying on a hammock under palm trees are part of the daily schedule.