Thanks to an invitation extended by the French Embassy in Panama, Flora Coquerel, Miss France for Miss World 2014, is enjoying a few relaxing days in Panama. 

A true curiosity and piece of historical heritage is the altar that remains nearly intact in the colonial church of San Francisco de la Montaña in Veraguas Province, which was erected by Spaniards and Indians during the colonization of the Panamanian isthmus.

Groups from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Spain, Finland, France, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela, and Switzerland will participate in the 6th International Festival of Performing Arts (FAE) from March 27 to April 2, 2014.

The tourism trade publication Travel & Leisure included the Biodiversity Museum on its list of must-see attractions in 2014. 

More than 20 cruise ships will pull into Panama's port of Colón 2000 in the month of March. The busiest day will be Friday, March 8 when the giant ship Equinox of the Celebrity Cruises line will arrive at Terminal 1 with over 3,000 passengers aboard. That same day, at Terminal 2, Royal Caribbean's Vision of the Seas will pull out of port carrying more than 2,500 passengers. Also reach In addition, the 2,000-passenger cruise ship Island Princess will arrive, coming from Lake Gatún.