Panama is nature
Discover one of the most beautiful countries in Central America. With a great variety of flora and fauna, Panama is one of the richest countries in biodiversity in all of Latin America. Its gastronomy reflects exotic and varied flavours that reveal to the visitor each of the civilizations that inhabited Panama over the years. Adventure and much more, awaits you on your next trip. Panama is one of the best hidden treasures of Central America. It is a land of contrasts in a unique tropical environment. Panama can be considered a nature reserve, 40% of its territory is protected.
Did you know that in Panama there is more diversity of plants than in the United States and Canada combined?
Panama is adventure
The geographical wealth of Panama, its rivers, mountains, jungles and seas make this country a privileged enclave for adventure sports by land, air or sea. Mountaineering, parachuting, abseiling, canyoning and many more activities.
Panama is culture
Established thousands of years ago by ancient civilizations, the land that has become present-day Panama boasts an enriching mix of cultural diversity where indigenous roots merge with African heritage and Spanish influence.
Panama is tradition
Panama exudes tradition and festivities on every corner. One of its most emblematic celebrations and expected by Panamanians are Los Carnavales. At this time, many of the streets are filled with colour and popular music, prompting dancing and celebrations in almost all the country.
Panama is flavour
Panamanian gastronomy is one of the most varied we can find in the region. Its cuisine is influenced by many different cultures:African, American, Afro-Caribbean, Amerindian and Hispanic so it offers very varied and exotic flavour combinations.
Destinations not to be missed in Panama
Panama City is the most cosmopolitan and dynamic city in the country, where the modern and the traditional come between to create a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere.Its most important tourist resource is the Panama Canal, an amazing construction of great relevance to the world economy.
Boquete and the Barú Volcano
Boquete is a welcoming city located in the Cordillera Central of Panama. A few kilometres away is the Barú volcano, the highest peak in Panama. At 3,475 meters hight, from its summit you can see the meeting point of the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
Pedasí and its coast
They say that Pedasí is the best kept secret of the Panamanian Pacific since this place has everything a tourist is looking for. Its beaches of crystal clear water and the biodiversity of the area conspire to captivate the visitor at first sight, becoming a unique and incomparable destination in the country.