This multicultural city full of contrasts consists of almost 1.3 million inhabitants. Panama City offers much more than the necessary visit to the canal. An ample offering of hotels and restaurants, cultural attractions, and the best malls in the region make Panama City a modern, international place, ready to offer an unforgettable stay to all visitors.
On Panama's Pacific coast, just outside of the capital's limits, lies a series of white sand beaches and beautiful blue waters. This coastal area is home to a variety of all-inclusive resorts, golf courses, vacation and retirement communities, surf breaks, and much more.
Twenty years ago, the Caribbean coast of Panama was practically unknown. Nowadays travellers, surfers, and adventurers alike find cristaline waters, exotic flora and fauna, and a rich cultural heritage in destinations such as Bocas del Toro, San Blas, Portobelo, and many others.
Panama is a country where the concept of exotic begins in its name. The indigenous language describes the name Panama as abundance of fish & butterflies, and this concept is true as visitors will quickly discover for themselves. An abundance of wildlife can be found in Panama’s many national parks.