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1. Easy Travel Panama - Personalized Ground Transportation and ...
Easy Travel Panama has developed a specialized "niche" in personalized tour and travel guide services. We offer packages that are specifically designed and tuned to your individual desires and requirements. Our drivers and tour guides are highly trained to provide first class service. We provide personalized ground transportation and sight-seeing ...

2. El Valle De Anton
El Valle de Anton “Nestled within an ancient volcanic crater where clouds dance atop rainforest covered mountainsides, El Valle de Antòn is the largest continually inhabited volcanic crater in the World.

3. The Golden Altar of the Church of San ...
One of the things you might want to see when you visit Panama is the famous golden altar of the Church of San Jose in Casco Viejo. The Inglesia de San Jose (the Church of San Jose) is a small almost nondescript building on a narrow street in the San ...

4. Inside Panama - Share Our Passion for Panama
Inside Panama Tours is an established and respected company that has been providing tourism services to visitors for more than five years. Registered and licensed with Panama's Tourism Institute (IPAT), our experience and professionalism ensures your stay will be rewarding, enjoyable, and unforgettable. Allow us to help you discover Panama, ...

5. Vasco Núñez de Balboa Park
Situated along Balboa Avenue, the Vasco Núñez de Balboa Park is a historical monument, paying tribute to the Spanish adventurer and first European to glimpse the Pacific Ocean, in 1513. Holding the Spanish flag in his left hand and a sword with his right, the Vasco Núñez de Balboa statue ...

6. Cerro Ancon - The View From The Top
I got up to the top of Cerro Ancon early this morning. You really can't beat it for a view of the city. You can see the ships going through the Panama Canal, Casco Viejo, Balboa and the old Canal Zone, and down Balboa Avenue to Paitilla. There were two ...

7. Coclé - Your Best Destination
Ten companies based in Panama's Coclé province are collaborating to create the "Coclé Cluster" under a program sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank and the Government of Panama. A sub-set of the "Compite Panama" initiative, non-competing business owners combine resources and cooperate to promote tourism to bring visitors and increased ...

8. Gamboa and the Pipeline Road
Every now and then I like to drive out to Gamboa, a relatively small enclave of the old canal zone located where the Chagres River hits the Panama Canal. The Spanish hauled gold from Peru over the Camino Cruces to a point on the other side of the river near ...

9. Oasis among Panama’s Tropics – La Yeguada is ...
By Matt Sheehey and Teri Milstein for Panama-Guide.com - After getting to know the bustling streets and lowland heat of Santiago, head up the mountain highway past Calobre, where you’ll find cooler temperatures and a serene lake surrounded by pine forests and mist-shrouded peaks in La Reserva Forestal La Laguna ...

10. Fiestas Patrias
Panama will be celebrating their independence this week with parades and festivals.

11. The Real Casco Viejo?
There are two sides to every story. This morning in the newspaper there was an article about the development of the Casco Viejo section of Panama City. Back in the end of the 1990's a couple of people bought up some prime real estate in the old part of town ...

12. Amazing Day Trips to Soberania National Park
By Jerin Tate for Panama-Guide.com - I have recently started exploring the areas around the city for things to do in my limited free time. I love nature and the idea of being away from it all, but I rarely have the time to get far away. Although I have ...

13. From one river town to another
Why are the rain forest and Chagres River so important? The Chagres River is the main water supply to the Panama Canal. Every ship that passes through the canal uses about 52 million gallons of fresh water and 14,000 ships pass through each year. There will soon be a boat ...

14. The STRI's Marine Exhibition Center at Culebra Point
When visiting or exploring Panama be sure to visit the Marine Exhibition Center (CEM) located on Punta Culebra of Naos Island on the Amador Causeway. The CEM is operated by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution (STRI), the only bureau of the Smithsonian Institution based outside of the United States. The ...

15. Playa "La Angosta" on Colon's Upper Coast - ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - One of my favorite places to spend the day is on the beach at "Playa La Angosta". Now, many people mistakenly call this place "Playa Langosta" - even the locals - but the correct and proper name is "Playa La Angosta" which means "Narrow ...

16. IPAT's Visit Panama.com Site
Panama's Tourism Board runs a website called Visit Panama.com containing excellent information about visiting here and resources about the country.

17. Fort San Lorenzo, Panama
This past weekend we drove out to see Fort San Lorenzo over on the old military base Ft. Sherman. This old Spanish fort is located where the Chagres River enters the Atlantic Ocean, and was a critical defense point for the Spanish Kingdom in the new world. You should read ...

18. ...our personal reflections...
Listers: We just returned yesterday from our 7-day trip to Panama and wanted to share our personal reflections with you. Like most "soon-to-be-ex- pats" we were frantic with appointments with the lawyer, immigration, the doctor, and many, many realtors, not to mention the sightseeing and tours of the City and ...

19. The Famous "Pinkerton Safety Rating" for Panama
If you're searching through the internet looking for information about Panama, you'll probably find these words (or something like them): “Panama is a safe location and was given the highest ranking (along with the United States) for tourist safety from the Pinkerton Intelligence Agency--a global leader in security consulting and ...

20. The 3rd Annual 1,000 Pollera Parade
Article and Photos by Art Mokray - Back on June 12, Panama's Tourist Bureau, IPAT, held it 3rd Annual Parade of 1000 Polleras, Desfile del las Mil Polleras. I missed last year's and made a determination to view this year's. I saw the first one and in comparison, this one ...

21. Stress and the City; More on Tropical Construction ...
Construction in Panama can be a roller-coaster ride; enjoy both the ups and downs!

22. New "Hop On, Hop Off" Tourists Bus Service ...
A new type of tourist bus service will be circulating around Panama City in order to provide visitors with a special tour, making the trip unique, comfortable and different. Roxana Mendez, Mayor of Panama, was the guest of honor at the presentation of the bus that crossed the coastal strip, ...

23. Ocean Embassy Panama Will Build Marine Park at ...
(Source: La prensa) The company Ocean Embassy Panama (OEP) announced the purchase of 299 hectares in Playa Corona in the district of San Carlos which will be used to build one of the best aquariums in the world and where it will be possible to swim with dolphins. The resort ...

24. The "Pinkerton" Holy Grail - Original Source Article
Here's a follow-up on the whole Pinkerton Safety rating thing. It's taken awhile, but finally Nancy Hanna came forward on the Americans in Panama Yahoo! group and told us where the original "Pinkerton" reference came from. As it turns out, Newsweek published "Be Careful Out There" in March of 1999, ...

25. Avalon Water Park in Panama City - YouTube ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Yesterday afternoon my wife and I took our daughter Sarah to the Avalon Water Park in the Las Cumbres neighborhood of Panama City. If you click on this link you should download a Google Earth ".kmz" file that should "fly" you right to the ...

26. Panama Should Create Tourism Schools
Jaime Campuzano, President of the National Tourism Council, suggested today on the channel 2 TVN morning news program, that free public schools should be created in the interior of the country to teach Tourism, and the National Assembly should approve incentives for the development of tourism in these regions. Campuzano ...

27. The Villas at Red Frog Beach Resort
By: Betsy Arrocha - Bocas del Toro, August 2012 - Red Frog Beach located in Bocas del Toro offers guests the combination of luxury accommodations, an island rainforest landscape and some of the best beaches in Panama! See photos: click here Red Frog Beach is an island resort community a ...

28. The Visitor Newspaper
The Visitor is bilingual a newspaper / magazine that caters to tourists. They've recently improved their web site, and it's worth a look.

29. Tourist Travel Piece - Annabelle Garay
PANAMA CITY, Panama - Known for its famed waterway, Panama's capital boasts more than just a spot to watch the ships cross through the engineering marvel. Visitors can chose between a swim in the Pacific or the Caribbean, hear tales of pirates looting the city's original site, find bargain shopping, ...

30. Take A Jungle Canopy Tour in Panama
.autotagframe1 { float:right; padding:5px; width:180px; border: silver solid; border-width: 1px; text-align:center; } Take A Jungle Canopy Tour in Panama News Blaze.com - Canopy tours can be an amazing addition to your family vacation to South and Central American destination such as Panama. If you are looking for an adventure travel ...