There has never been a better time to discover the incredible natural beauty of Panama. Nestled between two oceans, this tiny gem of a country is truly a tropical paradise. That Panama is one of the world's top eco tourism destinations is its best kept secret. Its nearly 1,800 miles of coastline boast some of the world's most secluded and pristine beaches. Visiting an authentic indigenous tribe, witnessing traditions still in place after hundreds of years, and access to any adventure activity under the sun make Panama your best choice for an exotic getaway. So come, discover the splendor of Panama!
Bocas del Toro
Renowned for water sports and island hopping, Bocas del Toro offers an amazing variety of adventures on land and sea. Soar thru the canopy on an exhilarating Zip Line Tour, trek through the dense jungle, dive and snorkel the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean, or simply relax at world-famous Red Frog Beach.Click Here for Tours to Bocas del Toro!
Panama Canal and City
Experience the 8th Wonder of the World by taking a Full or Partial Panama Canal Transit. Then explore historic Panama City with its three distinct identities - the Ruins of the Old City that was torched, the Colonial District of Casco Antiguo, and the mind boggling skyscrapers of modern Day Panama City.
Pacific Beaches and Islands
Panama's Pacific Beaches and idyllic islands offer endless opportunities for island hopping, water sports, and just lounging around your own private beach. Indulge in a world-class all-inclusive beach resort, visit "Survivor Island" or venture to the exotic and pristine Coiba Island, famous for snorkeling and nature viewing.
Panama's Caribbean side offers activities as diverse as the people who live there. Fort San Lorenzo and historic Portobelo - both UNESCO World Heritage sites - are easily accessible in a day trip from the City. Relax at the beach on the Big Island (Isla Grande). Or indulge for several days at the luxurious Coral Lodge.
Mountains of Boquete
Nestled in Panama's Western Highlands near Costa Rica, Boquete is considered the "Switzerland of Panama". Its two national Parks boast some of Central America's best hiking and bird watching. And visitors can tour picturesque coffee farms that produces some of the best coffee in the world.
Islands of San Blas
The islands of San Blas offer pristine white-sand beaches with post-card perfect turquoise-blue water that is perfect for swimming, snorkeling and diving. Visit traditional Kuna villages and learn how the world-famous Molas are made. Explore uninhabited islands with your Kuna guides and you may never want to leave!
Discover authentic Panama in the Azuero Peninsula, the fastest growing tourism hot spot in the country. There you'll find deep cultural roots, traditional festivals, and extravagant Carnival celebrations. It's a place where age-old traditions still exist and the quaint little towns are almost exactly as they were hundreds of years ago.
Central Panama is one of the best places in the country to get off the beaten path and enjoy nature in its purest form. Stay at the Villas of Cerro la Vieja, and have a waterfall all to yourself. Fly thru the trees on an exhilarating Zip Line Tour, or hike to the top of a mountain.