For the third consecutive year, Avianca and the Central American tourism industry have united to boost tourism in the region with the "Discover Central America" campaign. 

In just the seven days left in April, Panama is set to hold 22 international events that will add an additional 39,309 nights in hotels in the country.


In the first two months of the year, an average of 65,000 tourists have disembarked cruise ships at Panamanian ports.

Every year, hundreds of great hotels open. We considered 510 this year alone, in 400 cities and 93 countries—but in the end, only 33 made Condé Nast Traveler's 2014 Hot List.

As of February this year, hotel occupancy was at 60.9%, an encouraging figure that adds to the hotel construction projects underway in Panama. 

Amidst floral bouquets, the girls of Nossa Vitoria laughed, hugged, and toasted with glasses of champagne to celebrate their performance as the big hit of the aquatic event.

With street musicians and a fireworks display, the government opened up to the public the third phase of the Coastal Strip, the second megaproject inaugurated in under a week. 

This past April 8th the press conference for the event CULTURE ON WHEELS 2014 was held at Barlovento. Seated at the table of honor were Luis Milord (lead event organizer), Edissa Yau (event co-organizer), Karen Quintero (ORANGE CRUSH company manager), Erick Quezada (competition coordinator), Randy Campos (Derty manager), Rudy Waller (Panamanian freestyle motorcross athlete), and Jason Thorne (Canadian freestyle motocross athlete).


More than 60,000 tourists annually visit Boquete for its hotels and world-class attractions in the surrounding area.


The Buenaventura Golf Club in Río Hato, Coclé will host the Lexus Panama Classic tournament from May 19 to 25.