Panama is world-famous for its 48-mile canal that connects the Pacific Ocean with the Atlantic Ocean. Each year, over a million people visit the canal and are able to witness this engineering marvel at work.

Three million years ago, the Isthmus of Panama emerged from the sea and changed the world forever. It divided an ocean and joined two continents together, triggering one of the most important natural evolution events in the history of the world. Today, this narrow land bridge in Central America is home to more species of birds and trees than the whole of North America. We invite you to discover its beautiful landscapes, rich culture, and endless tourist activities, right at your fingertips. Some of these activities include rainforest tours, surfing, snorkeling, diving, hiking, camping, bird watching, white water rafting, zip-line tours, and more. In Panama City, you can enjoy world-class dining, nightlife, casinos and shopping! Tourists from all over the world come to Panama and experience a modern, beautiful city with all the amenities one would expect from a world-famous business and tourism hub.

Panama city

Panama is a cosmopolitan and dynamic city where the modern and the colonial come together to create a happy and vibrant atmosphere. Declared World Heritage by UNESCO, it was founded in 1519. Panama was the first city built on the Pacific Ocean coast during the Spanish colonial period in America. Its geographical position turned it into a golden transit point and the fabulous treasures of the American continent were sent to Spain and, therefore, it was also a coveted booty for pirates. In 1671, the city was sacked and destroyed by the famous pirate Henry Morgan. Today is a place visited by all those who wish to relive with imagination that distant era of mythical heroes and villains.


The beauty of its landscapes, its exuberant beaches, its historical routes full of fortresses, canyons and stories of pirates, its exquisite cuisine, its diversity of races and colorful culture, the warmth of its people, its international shopping center (Free Zone) are some of the charms that will surprise you when visiting Colon. This province, historically characterized by welcoming different cultures, has become the center of a melting pot of races in Panama.

Bocas del Toro

The islands of Bocas del Toro are the essence and reflection of the Panamanian Caribbean. This paradise will delight you with its coral reefs, its multicultural diversity, its natural beauty that surrounds the archipelago, and its exotic species of flora and fauna. The happy lifestyle of the bocas people will capture your senses with their music, their Afro-Caribbean flavors, and their mythological stories. Bocas del Toro will become your best experience to tell.


Get ready to enjoy each day of an awakening with the trilling of fascinating birds, the opportunity to explore trails and unique hanging bridges on the mountains, as well as the chance to taste an exquisite cuisine. Come and embrace the clouds at the top of the Barú Volcano and discover the beauties of the sunrise on the shore of the "Playa Conéctate" and the hospitality of the Chiriqui people.


Boquete is a natural setting with cool temperatures that invite you to enjoy its exquisite award-winning delicacy worldwide: coffee. The fluttering and chirping of the birds, calls you to walk the paths while mother nature invades your senses. Its hanging bridges and relaxing walks, its crystal clear waters, and its abundant and diverse flowers become part of your experience in Boquete.

The Gulf of Chiriqui

The Gulf of Chiriqui will captivate you with its beautiful scenery within each sunrise and sunset. Its pleasant beaches, its transparent and calm waters, its vivid islands and its beautifying nature will become your perfect adventure. Here you can do sport fishing, boat rides, whale watching, and enjoy its own cuisine of seafood.

Pacific Riviera

In the Pacific Riviera just outside Panama City, there is a group of beautiful white sand beaches and warm waters that reflect the blue sky. This coastal area belonging to the provinces of Panama Oeste and Coclé; It is home to a variety of full-service resorts, golf courses, water sports, and proximity to the tourist and volcanic destination of El Valle. Among the best beaches of the Pacific Riviera are: Punta Chame, Malibu, Coronado, San Carlos, Rio Mar, Santa Clara, Blanca and Farallón.

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