Are you looking for a new and exciting destination for your next vacation? Search NO MORE. You may have considered Panama City in the past, you know the Canal and all that, but maybe you were wondering what else there is in addition to the famous engineering feat. Allow us to enlighten you about this spectacular destination, I assure you will be pleasantly surprised.
For starters, Panama City is a cultural and sophisticated metropolis with the fastest growing economy in Central America. Modern infrastructure, direct flights to more than 13 cities in the U.S, spectacular attractions, world-class restaurants, a globalized populace, and a vibrant metropolis that combines history, nature and exciting nightlife make Panama City the perfect destination. Moreover, Panama is one of the safest countries in the Americas, US companies can deduct meeting expenses, and the US dollar is used as currency.
Panama is a country of amazing contrasts both culturally and geographically. Bathed by two oceans and famous throughout the world for the Panama Canal, it is also home to seven indigenous peoples that you can visit, several protected ecosystems including jungles, cloud forests and virgin coral reefs, and a wide variety of wildlife that is easy to observe. The ruins of colonial fortresses speak of epic battles between conquistadores and buccaneers; the Pearl Islands invite the traveler to relax among white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and underwater treasures; and the peaceful, evergreen rainforests along the Panama Canal are a haven for colorful birds and exotic wildlife. This unique setting is the perfect scenario to enjoy exciting adventures such as snorkeling, jungle hikes, canopy tours, indigenous encounters, horseback riding, rafting, kayaking, boat tours, and whale watching, ALL within one hour of the city.
But wait, we are not done yet. The comprehensive leisure offer is backed up by a wide range of luxury accommodations, from modern skyscrapers to gorgeous colonial hotels, as well as unique venues such as the ruins of Panama La Vieja, the striking Frank Ghery-designed Biomuseo, the Miraflores Locks, or the beautifully-restored mansions in the Colonial Quarter. Panamanians are extremely friendly, welcoming and love to dance and party, so it is no coincidence that Panama City enjoys a vibrant nightlife, oftentimes compared to Miami.