PANAMA

Panama is not only its famous Canal; it is much more. Its landscapes, nature, traditions, and even its modernity make this country a pearl of Central America. In Panama, you can experience all kinds of activities, from the wildest, choosing from thirteen national parks, three marine parks, and several forest reserves, to the most modern and cosmopolitan, with four-lane roads, skyscrapers, and massive shopping malls.

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Panama is located in Central America. The capital is Panama City. The best time to visit Panama is between January and mid-April; this is also the driest part of the year and shows off this tropical country at its most stunning.

 However, it’s also worth considering traveling to Panama during the rest of the year, when you can experience local events and festivals. You’ll still enjoy warm temperatures, and if you’re not bothered by a bit of rain, it offers excellent value.

PANAMA IDENTITY CARD  

Panama is located in Central America. The capital is Panama City. The best time to visit Panama is between January and mid-April; this is also the driest part of the year and shows off this tropical country at its most stunning.

 However, it’s also worth considering traveling to Panama during the rest of the year, when you can experience local events and festivals. You’ll still enjoy warm temperatures, and if you’re not bothered by a bit of rain, it offers excellent value.

HOW TO REACH PANAMA   

International flights land at Tocumen International Airport. It lies about 30 km from Panama City. There is good connectivity of flights to all the neighboring countries as well as America. Some airlines offer direct service from Europe — these tend to depart from Amsterdam, Madrid, or Frankfurt. Carriers that don’t fly direct will often stop in airports along the east coast of the U.S. 

WHAT TO EAT IN PANAMA    

The delightful Panamanian cuisine is ruled by corn, coconuts, and various fruits due to its tropical climate. Here you can find few examples of its deliciousness: the Sancocho, a traditional soup having chicken thighs and beef as crucial ingredients, the Tostones, fried chunky pieces of green plantains served as a side dish, and the great Tamales, boiled pockets of corn dough, stuffed with meat and served in banana leaves. 

WHAT TO EAT IN PANAMA   

The delightful Panamanian cuisine is ruled by corn, coconuts, and various fruits due to its tropical climate. Here you can find few examples of its deliciousness: the Sancocho, a traditional soup having chicken thighs and beef as crucial ingredients, the Tostones, fried chunky pieces of green plantains served as a side dish, and the great Tamales, boiled pockets of corn dough, stuffed with meat and served in banana leaves. 

WHAT TO DO IN PANAMA    

With a diverse and fascinating culture, there are endless ways to experience and learn more about Panama; you must try to check out when you’re in Panama! Carnaval de Las Tablas: one of Panama’s most popular cultural events, this colorful and lively celebration takes place every year during the four days preceding Ash Wednesday. Festival de la Mejorana en Guararé: Panama has a rich folkloric history, and these myths and tales are celebrated during the Festival de la Mejorana in Guararé, located in the province of Los Santos on the Azuero Peninsula. Fireworks and decorations transform this small town for the week-long festivities, and today, the Festival de la Mejorana is the largest and most important folklore event in the country. Fiestas Patrias: celebrated in November, is one of the most important cultural events in Panama. Fiestas Patrias celebrates the country’s separation from Colombia in 1903 as well as the nation’s Flag Day, making it a particularly patriotic event. This annual festival takes place in Panama City, so it’s a must-see for visitors spending time in the Panamanian capital. 

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