The arrival of cruise ships continues to be important for Panamanian tourism in recent years. In 2013, the economic impact of this tourist segment once again contributed more than $45 million dollars to the national economy. Panamanian ports annually receive an average of 135 cruise ships.
A visit to El Valle de Antón without seeing any orchids is unforgivable for residents of this tourist sector that houses the largest variety of these plants and protects them in a conservation center administered by El Valle peasants, under the guidance of a Japanese group.
The International Fair of David (FIDA) is held annually in March and brings together over 500 exhibitors who, motivated by the comfortable facilities offered, each year expand their participation with industrial, commercial, craft, agricultural, folk, and cultural products.
After the road is built to the El Caño Archaeological Park in the province of Coclé, it will take less than five minutes to reach this important historical site from the Pan-American Highway, thus facilitating access for the over 2,000 tourists who visit the site monthly.
Ecuadorian Fabricio Valdivieso, one of the organizers of technical aspects of the Challenger circuit, confirmed that their intention is to build up the conditions year after year to establish Panama as one of the most important stops in Latin America during this competition.
Panama was featured in 2013 as one of the countries in the world, and the only one in Latin America, where skyscrapers reach over 200 meters high, reports the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.