A varied climate, beautiful scenery, breathtaking mountains, charming beaches and historical structures are just some of the many attractions that Chiriquí offers to national and foreign visitors.

Boquete, Volcán, Cerro Punta and David are the main tourist sites that strike the interest of those visitors who come looking for a place to enjoy nature, but not so rustic that they aren't equipped with basic services.

In the last three years, $2.6 million dollars have been invested in projects that make up part of the tourism master plan for 2007-2020.

Of the total 71 projects that have been implemented, standouts include the production of tourist maps, placement of signs for tourists in heavily-visited areas and construction of infrastructure for basic needs, like public restrooms in such national parks as Campana and Chagres.

Event organizers announce that 850 companies will participate in an exposition that is projected to generate over $117 million in business.

The Panama Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (CCIAP) looks to receive nearly 850 businesses at its 31st Expocomer fair, where exhibitors and buyers from thirty some countries will meet from April 17 to 20, said its organizers in Santo Domingo.

Under the auspices of the Panama Golf Group, the Panama Medal Tour 2013 will begin on Saturday, March 23 with numerous incentives and prizes lined up for its participants.

One of the perfect places to escape from the city and feel like you enter a paradise of beaches and unique landscapes, where visitors and even locals are amazed by the area's ecological benefits, is the tourist site of Torio, located in the district of Mariato, in the southern area of Veraguas province.