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    Panama Travel Information

    Las Lajas Beach, Chiriqui

    Las Lajas Beach, Chiriqui

    One of the goals my family set out when we moved to Panama in August was to explore as much of the country as ...

    Exploring Boquete, Panama

    Exploring Boquete, Panama

    Boquete is a beautiful mountain town, with some great sights to see and some interesting people to meet. The town is ...

    Exploring Santa Catalina, Panama

    Exploring Santa Catalina, Panama

    Santa Catalina is 4-5 hours from Coronado depending on traffic, roads and daylight. Located on the Pacific Coast, in the province of Veraguas, Santa Catalina has become known for its world class ...

    Visiting Boquete, Panama's highland haven

    Visiting Boquete, Panama's highland haven

    There has been a lot of talk about Panama as a top retirement/tourist destination this year! Recently, Panama was featured in Time Magazine; the article written by Joel ...

    From Coronado to Boquete by Car

    From Coronado to Boquete by Car

    I’ve lived in Panama for around 7 years now, though the time I tend to travel around the country is when friends or family are visiting. I’ve heard lots about how beautiful  ...

    Cambutal, Panama

    Cambutal, Panama

    From Bocas del Toro, to Boquete to the far reaches of the San Blas, each area offers such a diverse culture, geography and people.  Our latest trip to the tip of  The ...

    Travelling In and Out of Panama

    Travelling In and Out of Panama

    "A Traveller sees what he sees, a tourist sees what he comes to see" - GK Chesteron While you may be a traveller or a tourist or a bit of both, Panama is a great ...

    Escape Confines Of Panama Canal

    Escape Confines Of Panama Canal

    They stay on ships cruising the Panama Canal, a grand sluice carved from the narrow isthmus more than 100 years ago that remains one of the greatest engineering marvels in the world. It's a daylong trip with vistas of rain forests, lakes and three sets of gigantic locks. Then the ships exit on ...