Panama Travel Guide

Panama is best known for it’s Canal, but is also home to beautiful islands and exotic cloud forests

Panama is a great destination also known as the “Crossroads of the Americas”, it is the meeting point of the North and South America, and even if you never wanted to hear about it, it is constantly mentioned. Its name means “Many Fish” and this is the place to practice just how many fish can bite your hook and become dinner. Panama boasts of more developed infrastructure compared to other Central American countries which can make it easier to explore this great destination.

Panama City is the capital of Panama and offers a mix of the old and the new and a fascinating blend of cultures, international and Latino. You obviously can’t miss the Panama Canal, an incredible architectural wonder. The Panama Canal extends to a lush rainforest teeming with amazing wildlife species. Just beyond the city of Panama is the Panama Riviera or Farallon offering irresistibly beautiful sandy beaches and azure waters. If you wish to take a plunge into the blues seawaters and begin your diving lessons, Bocas Del Toro is a hot spot for scuba diving and is a great location for beginners. If you are looking for an adrenaline-rushing destination, well look no further than Boquete, it is the mountainous region of Panama and is where thrilling activities happen!

Panama is a small country and for where it lacks in size, nature has awarded spectacular treasures that make it a fantastic travel destination.