Traveling with Pets to Panama

Traveling with Pets with Air Panama All animals must travel inside a cage or suitable container to size, test it to escape and spills. Make it tough. It can be handled safely by airline personnel. When traveling the animal will be accepted only if the person who transports, present all documents required as proof of…

Why should you get married in Panama?

  by Juliette Darmon Panama is known as the perfect getaway for a short vacation and and is the perfect destination for nature lovers. Its tropical climate and warm weather throughout the year, is a magical opportunity to visit Panama at any time. December, January and February, the colder months in the North but still…

Educationa and Academic tours

What is Authenticity? Take as an example a photo you took of an indigenous woman in colorful clothes during your travels and imagine looking at it at home. Imagine knowing this woman’s story, having experienced her every-day life and the beauty of her culture and traditions. Imagine the difference it would make, if you would…

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…

Weekend getaway: Historic Portobelo and Caribbean Beaches

By:  Carina Forster – Intern from Austria Insider tipp: Last weekend I explored the charming small town of Portobelo on the Caribbean Coast which is a hotspot for Panamanian weekend retreats; however, it still remains mainly unexplored by foreign tourists. The only way of getting there- except from day tour with a tour operator EcoCircuitos Panama –…

Cruising the Panama Canal

By:  Carina Forster – Intern from Austria The way to the dock itself already hosts one of the city‘s panoramic highlights: the Causeway, a road which is literally on the ocean, surrounded by water on both sides. Locals as well as tourists come here for jogging, biking or taking a walk while enjoying the stunning…

Art Galleries in Panama

The art scene in Panama is growing and fascinating.  As a bridge between two continents, Panama is one of the most diverse cities in Central America with a strong influence on the Afro-Caribbean, European and indigenous cultures.  There is a new generation of proud Panamanian artists creating unique pieces.    Kantule, Sebastian Icaza, Isabel De…

Best Diving and Snorkeling Spots in Panama

From: Dive Advisor Panama was named after an indigenous word meaning, “abundance of fish.” This beautiful Central America paradise is one of the few places in the world where you can dive two oceans in one day. With the warm, tropical waters of the Caribbean on its east and the cooler waters of the Pacific…

Kayaking Adventures in San Blas , Guna Yala

The Natural and Cultural Heritage of Kuna Yala In close collaboration with Kuna authorities and under organized community managed sustainable tourism development frameworks, we’ll use our stable sea kayaks to explore the islands West of the traditional community of Digir. It was here where several important actions of the Kuna Revolution took place in 1925,…

Panama: Naturally close to you

Panama is one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world. Its unique ecology stems in part from its connection to the two continents that created a bridge that made it easier for animals and plants to migrate between North and South America. Scientists believe that the formation of the Isthmus of Panama is…

Slow-moving shallows put the heat on Bocas Coral

From STRI.org Snorkel-perfect coral reefs in the calm, mangrove-fringed waters of the Bocas Del Toro Archipelago are expected to be among the hardest hit by warmer temperatures that lead to coral bleaching and mortality, a new study finds. These shallows in Panama’s Caribbean are characterized by low water flow, allowing water to reach precariously high…