10 Best things to do in Panama City

There are a lot of reasons to visit Panama. You have probably already thought of the Panama Canal, which is one of the world’s most famous accomplishments of modern engineering. Maybe you have considered a tropical island or beach, or just the climate, which is warm all year round. But there is a lot more…

Panama and Panama City for Short Stop Overs

A brief stopover or a short stay in Panama will surprise all its visitors! Within 30 minutes from the international airport you could be relaxing in a boutique hotel in the center of the colonial Casco Antiguo or a top-notch luxurious hotel in the Banking District, close to internationally known restaurants and Jazz Bars. Visit…

Going where the wind blows

By:  Carina Forster – Intern from Austria Punta Chame is one of Panama`s best kitesurfing spots and has made its name to the world for its excellent conditions from November to April. The spot is a strap of land with constant N-NE and side-onshore wind, perfectly suitable for all levels, as you will always end…

Biodiversity Museum in Panama

  Panama is known for the greatest man-made creation, the Panama Canal, but people don’t realize Panama`s emergence has great importance. Panama emerged 3 million years ago, creating a barrier between the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean, uniting two continents (North America and South America) and contributing to the migration of species North to South….

Weather in Panama

Many travelers that come to Panama have doubts about the weather; we would like clear these doubts to help you with your travel planning to Panama! The seasons             Panama has a tropical climate and it´s divided in two main seasons: dry, which is usually from December to May, and rainy which we like to call…

Blokarting: Sailing on Land

By Briana Reece When people think of sailing, they mostly think they need water and a boat, but what if you could sail on land? Blokarting, is an extreme sport created by combining hand gliding and land sailing, but what’s the difference between land sailing and blokarting? Two words… hand steering. It all comes down…

Surfing in Santa Catalina

by Carina Forster – Intern from Austria The laid-back town of Santa Catalina hosts a charming mix of international surfers next to locals who are still catching lobsters with their bare hands. While more experienced surfers test their limits in the world-class waves at a spot called the Point, the smaller but still quite powerful…

Panama Jazz Festival 2016

On January 11-16, 2016 the annual Panama Jazz Festival, one of the region’s largest music education events held in Panama City, marks its 13th anniversary. Since its foundation in September 2003 by Panamanian Grammy-winning pianist Danilo Pérez, the festival has become a cultural tourist attraction by drawing audiences from across the globe. We are offering…

10 Ways to be a Greener Traveler

We all enjoy traveling and discovering new cultures, meeting new people and trying new food.  But we do forget about the impact that our travels and adventures can leave to the world.  Take a look of our 10 recommendations to be a greener traveler, so you can explore the world and keep it for the…

Study Spanish in Panam with EPA! and EcoCircuitos

Enjoy our culture and experience unique adventures while learning Spanish in Panama. This semi-intensive Spanish course is designed for students looking to combine Spanish and study with more recreational activities, such as discovering Panama. This course gives you the opportunity to improve your Spanish Language by focusing on the skills you will need to communicate…

Whale Watching in Panama: Eco Guidelines for a sustainable adventure

Awe-Ispiring . Amazing . Unforgetable Observe these elegant giants of the Pacific Ocean during their migration season that goes from July till November. At just 40 miles south from Panama City you will enter a rich biological corridor home the Pearl Islands Archipelago. Observe these amazing creatures as they make there way to their favorite…

Do you know Casco Antiguo?

Also known as Colonial Panama, Casco Antiguo is the histor center of the capital.  It is a charming district of narrow streets overlooked by flower bedecked balconies of two or three-storey houses.  At its tip lies the French Plaza, a monument to the French builders of the Panama Canal, and the French Embassy.  On the…