March 8th, 2015
Beach, island, mountain, golf, city
Despite the worldwide financial crisis, the real estate market in Panama, while it has leveled off from the boom situation of recent years, remains active. Foreign buyers are still arriving in considerable numbers to look for homes and properties.
For homes, there are many developments to choose from.… Read the rest
March 3rd, 2015
Azuero – the name is derived from the color blue. The blue of the sea and sky. Green is the other color of the Azuero Peninsula which juts out a hundred kilometers into the Pacific in lonely isolation.
There are other colors-white for the sand of an island beach , silver for the flash of a fighting fish, red for the homemade clay tiles on the roofs and a myriad of colors for devils’ masks and polleras from a Colonial past.… Read the rest
July 22nd, 2013
Joan Crabtree of the Cosmic Crab Restaurant
Congratulations! You’ve finally made it to paradise….now what do you do?
Bocas del Toro’s archipelago offers gorgeous beaches, snorkelling, diving, and surfing. The rainforests, with their exotic plants and creatures are waiting to be explored. Choose a zipline, a jungle tour, a boat tour, catamaran sailing, surfing, snorkling, diving, fishing, horsebackriding….… Read the rest
March 11th, 2013
A new sport has recently been introduced to Panama and one of the interesting things about it is that it runs the gamut from extreme sport to fun with the family. Kayak paddling has arrived and it’s home is Panama Paddle Center which provides a well-stocked shop, a club and an information center.… Read the rest
March 9th, 2013
Wyndham Hotel Group, the world’s largest hotel company with over 7,170 hotels, announced the debut of its select-service TRYP by Wyndham™ hotel brand in Panama City with the opening of its first hotel in the country, the newly constructed 92-room TRYP by Wyndham Panama Centro.
The brand currently has 14 hotels in Latin America throughout Costa Rica, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay.… Read the rest
March 8th, 2013
Panama seems to be more than ever in the international spotlight these days. Among last year’s accolades was the New York Times’ vote for Panama as the number one tourist destination. This year, the U.S. television network ABC made major news of the results of a Gallup Poll that concludes that, as a group, Latin Americans ranked as the world’s happiest people, but Panamanians took the cake, getting 85 points out of 100, thus officially becoming the world’s happiest people.… Read the rest