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The waistline of the Americas, Panama is also th crucial connection. Its 80km belt of locks brings the Atlantic to the Pacific, wedding east to west in global commerce. The canal has defined Panama in the last century. But what lies just beyond could define the next. Pristine beaches, lush rainforest and big city nightlife give a taste of the country’s outstanding assets. Paradoxes are plenty – the US legacy means that English is widely spoken, yet one hour outside the city, indigenous Embera paddle dugout canoes. The Panama Canal expansion will mean even more business than usual. But for now, you can pick an empty islet and play Survivor for the day.

Best time to visit in Panama

Mid-December to mid-April (the dry season)

Best time to visit in Panama

Mid-December to mid-April (the dry season)

Places to visit in Panama

  • Monster freighters and Capuchin monkeys sharing the Panama Canal.
  • The hip, regal and ruinous interest in the 17th century Panama city neighbourhood of Casco Viejo.
  • Perfect beaches and poisonous dart frogs in the Bocas del Toro Archipelago.
  • The great roadless wilderness of rainforest and waterways known as the Darien Gap.
  • Sunrise over the pacific and sunset over the Caribbean.

Places to visit in Panama

  • Monster freighters and Capuchin monkeys sharing the Panama Canal.
  • The hip, regal and ruinous interest in the 17th century Panama city neighbourhood of Casco Viejo.
  • Perfect beaches and poisonous dart frogs in the Bocas del Toro Archipelago.
  • The great roadless wilderness of rainforest and waterways known as the Darien Gap.
  • Sunrise over the pacific and sunset over the Caribbean.

Top things to do in Panama

  • Snorkel with sea turtles, sharks and schools of jack in Parque Nacional Coiba.
  • Trek through Parque Nacional VolconBaru in search of the elusive quetzal.
  • Water-sopping and rum-soaked, revel on the crowded streets at Carnavales de Azuero.
  • Barter with shrewd Kunas, an autonomous indigenous group, in English, Spanish and Kuna on the sun-soaked islands of San Blas.
  • Sip award-winning local java in the cool mountain town of Boquete.

Top things to do in Panama

  • Snorkel with sea turtles, sharks and schools of jack in Parque Nacional Coiba.
  • Trek through Parque Nacional VolconBaru in search of the elusive quetzal.
  • Water-sopping and rum-soaked, revel on the crowded streets at Carnavales de Azuero.
  • Barter with shrewd Kunas, an autonomous indigenous group, in English, Spanish and Kuna on the sun-soaked islands of San Blas.
  • Sip award-winning local java in the cool mountain town of Boquete.

Discover Panama

  • Read The Path Between the Seas by David McCollough, on the elephantine undertaking of the Panama Canal, The Darkest Jungle by Todd Balf, which chronicles the US Army’s disastrous 1854 Darien expedition.
  • Listen to the salsa of Ruben Blades, the jazz of Danilo Perez, the Panamanian folk of Samy and Sandra Sandoval, plena (known internationally as reggaeton).
  • Watch the Academy Award-winning documentary The Panama Deception, by Barbara Tent, which investigates the US invasion of Panama.
  • Eat sancocho (chicken, name and cilantro soup), or carimanolas (meat filled yucca puffs).
  • Drink chicheme (sweet corn, cinnamon and vanilla in milk), or seco (sugar-cane liquor served with milk and ice).

Discover Panama

  • Read The Path Between the Seas by David McCollough, on the elephantine undertaking of the Panama Canal , The Darkest Jungle by Todd Balf , which chronicles the US Army’s disastrous 1854 Darien expedition.
  • Listen to the salsa of Ruben Blades , the jazz of Danilo Perez , the Panamanian folk of Samy and Sandra Sandoval , plena (known internationally as reggaeton).
  • Watch the Academy Award-winning documentary The Panama Deception, by Barbara Tent , which investigates the US invasion of Panama.
  • Eat sancocho (chicken , name and cilantro soup) , or carimanolas (meat filled yucca puffs).
  • Drink chicheme (sweet corn , cinnamon and vanilla in milk) , or seco (sugar-cane liquor served with milk and ice).

Panama Highlights

The umbilical cord between Central and South America, the world’s most famous shortcut, Manuel Noriega, Panama hats, baseball.

Panama Highlights

The umbilical cord between Central and South America , the world’s most famous shortcut , Manuel Noriega,Panama hats , baseball.

One word for Panama Tourism

!Chuleta! (Wow!)

One word for Panama Tourism

!Chuleta! (Wow!)
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