Your Panama Trip Begins Here
Panama’s famous canal has certainly cemented the country’s place on the world stage—and its appeal to many cruisers as well. But Panama has much more to offer than just an ocean-to-ocean shortcut. Panama City is a palimpsest of influences, with original architecture dating back to the 15th century; a colonial quarter built by the French and Spanish; and a new downtown, full of high-rises and palm trees that feels a bit like Miami. Outside the city, options range from bird-watching and coffee tours to interactions with indigenous tribes and R&R on white-sand beaches, all with a fraction of the tourists you’ll find in neighboring Costa Rica. But domestic flights can be unreliable, service often isn’t up to international standards, and the most charming and atmospheric boutique accommodations are not easy to pinpoint, so a DIY trip can easily end in disappointment. Intrigued? Contact us to find the right Panama travel specialist to smooth the way for your adventure.