The tourism trade publication Travel & Leisure included the Biodiversity Museum on its list of must-see attractions in 2014. 

More than 20 cruise ships will pull into Panama's port of Colón 2000 in the month of March. The busiest day will be Friday, March 8 when the giant ship Equinox of the Celebrity Cruises line will arrive at Terminal 1 with over 3,000 passengers aboard. That same day, at Terminal 2, Royal Caribbean's Vision of the Seas will pull out of port carrying more than 2,500 passengers. Also reach In addition, the 2,000-passenger cruise ship Island Princess will arrive, coming from Lake Gatún.

Twelve kilometers from the entrance to the township of Horconcitos, in the district of San Lorenzo, isGavilla Beach, a popular beachside destination for thousands of visitors, during both high and low season, to enjoy the refreshing, clear sea water, observe the flora and fauna, and be in full contact with nature.

Yesterday tickets went on sale for the 'Legend Series' that will bring the New York Yankees and Miami Marlins to Panama

From the first dive, attention on the Spanish triathlete, Francisco Javier Gómez Noya, was latent.

The experience of the world champion and sub Olympic champion two years ago in London was evident yesterday upon winning the third version of the Ironman 70.3 competition held in Panama

'Culture is our Ship' is the slogan that identifies the third year of the Festival Abierto, to take place on the grounds of the Omar Recreation and Cultural Park on March 22nd and 23nd, commemorating the anniversary of the union of the two seas and the cultural exchange it sparked, such as the benefits and consequences brought by the construction of the Panama Canal.

The third Ironman Panama 70.3 is already sold out. This event, which will be held on Sunday, February 16, has 800 competitors, and of them 250 are Panamanians.

Facilities, equipment, security, and personalized service are just some of what a tourist looks for when selecting the route and activities that will offer the experience, affinity, and attraction to make it a successful trip.

At an estimated cost of $1.2 million, the preparations are underway for this year's 59th International Fair of David (FIDA), to be held from March 13th to 23rd.

The Yankees are officially coming to Panama to play two exhibition games with the Miami Marlins.