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Panama… Much More than a Canal

  By Pamela McCourt Francescone When you say Panama the word canal automatically spring to mi...

Planning New Pacific Homeport

Tourism plays a role in the Panamanian government’s plans to grow the economy according to Ernesto O...

Panama: Where Famous Celebrities Go on Vacation

  Go for the Canal…Stay for Everything Else. That’s what the New York Times is saying about P...

Panamá: Un Paraíso Entre Dos Mares

  Este país es uno de los destinos más visitados de Latinoamérica El pacífico: la belleza de ...

The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited 2012

  Background: about the survey  The Worldwide Cost of Living is a bi-annual (twice yearl...

Panama Film Festival Award Winners

  By Dafydd Young       April 26 to May 2 is going to be a busy...

Panama in the

  Laury-Anne CHOLEZ To raise awareness of the country's natural and cultural wealth, Panama p...

Bocas del Toro, the Seduction of Panama's Caribbean

Bocas del Toro is a stunning archipelago set in the Caribbean sea, that seduces visitors by its comb...

Waves, the biggest tourist attraction at Pedasí

Waves at Venao Beach are the biggest attraction in the region of Pedasí, Los Santos province. They a...

Five reasons to visit Panama this summer

Panama has become, in this 2012, a fashionable destination. Its rich and varied culture, native faun...

What's being said of Panama

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.

 

EIBTM Barcelona 2012

  • The Latin American country held 66 international conventions in 2011 and has planned to reach a total of 126 events throughout this year
  • Panama will reach at least 40.000 visitors in the next two years, who will take part in more than 15 world events

Lineth Márquez is a Panamanian painter who achieved the exhibition of her artwork in New York, thanks to Artelista. Today she is the protagonist in "From my studio".

Every site in Panama has its special place, and every corner of this country offers places of extraordinary beauty. An example is in the town of La Chorrera, a city near the capital, where a 30 meters long waterfall named El Chorro overlooks the place and gives the city its name.

Ecology can also join tourism, as shown by the 101 certified agritourism farms in Panama. Visitors who wish to enjoy the natural beauty of the country's rural areas also get the chance to experience what it feels like to work the land, helping to harvest fruit or feed livestock.

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