Panama lies in the middle of the American continent. In its
east lies Colombia and through the west is Costa Rica. It
forms a natural isthmian bridge between the Caribbean Sea
and the Pacific Ocean, linking North and South America.
Home to the remarkable Panama
Canal, the Republic of Panama boasts of the most accessible
rainforest in the world. With 900 species of birds, 1,500
species of trees, and 10,000 species of plants, Panama is
a truly tropical paradise for nature lovers and outdoor adventurers.
If you haven’t experienced love at first sight, Tour
with us and you’ll surely fall in love not only with
the place but also with its people, its culture, and fabulous
sceneries as well.
Panama is considered a paradise for its ability to excite
all your senses. From its tropical landscapes, perfect climate,
and friendly people, to its remarkable rain forests, cloud
forests and pristine beaches. Go hiking, mountain climbing,
bird watching, snorkeling, rafting or scuba diving. Experience
Panama’s lively nightlife / entertainment, good food
and great wine.
Whether you want your vacation spend in the city, mountains,
or on the water, the place is packed with numerous different
attractions and sites that ‘boredom’ is simply
a strange word here. Go to our Things
To Do and See in Panama section for full information about
ENTRY AND EXIT REQUIREMENTS
Panamanian Immigration has waived visa requirement for many
countries. While some people may enter simply with getting
the tourist card at the airport, this does not apply to citizens
of all countries. You should first check with the Panamanian
Consulate in your country of residence if a visa is no longer
In most cases a tourist card is sufficient and can be bought
before boarding the plane at the airline ticket counter or
at the Immigration Office at Tocumen International Airport
after you have arrived in Panama.
Tourists are all those persons that arrive in Panama for
the exclusive purposes of recreation or observation for a
period of thirty (30) days, extendable to ninety (90) days
at the Immigration and Naturalization Head Office in Panama
City, if you submit a request 7 days before the first 30 days
have expired. All tourists must pay an exit tax of US$20.00.
You can request information on how to acquire a tourist visa,
tourist card or other things you might want to know before
OTHER THINGS TO CONSIDER
• Panama has the highest rating for tourist safety and
a low crime rate in general from Pinkerton Intelligence Services.
• Panama has always been an international crossroads;
making its people accustomed to tourist and English has become
a second language.
• Panama’s currency is the US Dollar which is
circulated freely and without exchange controls; another great
convenience for tourists.
• Panama serves as the financial hub for all Latin
America and the Caribbean with over 140 international banks
and ATM machines, providing access to your bank account.
Most of all, touring Panama is a perfect time to shop
for property and real estate. Whether as a retirement
option, investment or future vacation destination, Panama
offers attractive buys with a wide range of prices that fit
your budget and good locations to choose from.
Contact us for any
further assistance and for information about Panama travel