BRIDGE TO THE WORLD
Panama City, the capital of Panama is a vibrant world-class city bustling with animated energy.
International businesses like banking, the canal, port industries, real estate and tourism contribute to a stable (even growing) economy. Avenida Balboa which overlooks the Bay of Panama is rimmed with high-rise apartments, hotels, office towers with mixed-uses of restaurants, shops, pharmacies, and salsa dance clubs.
SURFING IN PLAYA VENAO
Panama is an incredible place for surf with warm water, uncrowded breaks and lots of options. Whether you are an old timer on a long board, or a beach break ripper, there's something for everyone.
Check out the mellow surf vibe at the beautiful coastal community of Pedasí.
BOQUETE, THE FLOWER CAPITAL OF PANAMA
The energetic mountain town of Boquete is also known for it's ideal springtime climate averaging 72ºF year round. The mountainous terrain is lush and green.
Boquete is host to the largest expat community in Panama and has been ranked in the top five places to retire in the world.
SAN BLAS ISLANDS--A YACHTER'S PARADISE
In the Gulf of San Blas on the Caribbean side of Panama, there is a chain of over 360 islands which is a part of the Comarca (Territory) de Kuna Yala, Home of the Kuna Indians.
The Kunas are industrious colorful, private people with a spontaneous natural laugh. Transportation is by motorboat from a port on Kuna territory or by private sailboat or yacht.
PANAMA CITY HAS PANACHE!
The boats in the foreground are anchored in the Gulf of Panama. Some may be waiting their turn to journey under the Bridge of the Americas to enter the Panama Canal.
The distinctive style of this metropolis comes from the Panamian's sharp, calculating mind for commerce combined with a genuine warmth of the heart for the family, true friends, and others.
PAINTED SKY & SEA
Needle Island is a Kuna tourist destination in Kuna Yala territory with a natural and relaxed atmosphere where you can camp out in a tent or rent a hut.
The accommodations on this spectacular island are rough and rustic---thatched huts with sleeping cots, a wooden table and one light bulb and a plastic chair. There are shared camp-gound style showers and toilets.