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Panama’s Bocas del Toro.

  Story and photos by Manos Angelakis Panama City, the capital of Panama, is a blend of a ver...

Panama… Much More than a Canal

  By Pamela McCourt Francescone When you say Panama the word canal automatically spring to mi...

Planning New Pacific Homeport

Tourism plays a role in the Panamanian government’s plans to grow the economy according to Ernesto O...

Panama: Where Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta Jones and Other A-List Celebrities Like to Vacation

Go for the Canal…Stay for Everything Else. That’s what the New York Times is saying about Panama. T...

Panamá: Un Paraíso Entre Dos Mares

Este país es uno de los destinos más visitados de Latinoamérica El pacífico: la belleza de la natur...

The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited 2012

  Background: about the survey  The Worldwide Cost of Living is a bi-annual (twice yearl...

IFF: A cornucopia of prize winning movies for Panama Film Festival

By Dafydd Young       April 26 to May 2 is going to be a busy time for Panama film buffs as they tr...

Panama in the

  Laury-Anne CHOLEZ To raise awareness of the country's natural and cultural wealth, Panama p...

Bocas del Toro, the Seduction of Panama's Caribbean

Bocas del Toro is a stunning archipelago set in the Caribbean sea, that seduces visitors by its comb...

Waves, the biggest tourist attraction at Pedasí

Waves at Venao Beach are the biggest attraction in the region of Pedasí, Los Santos province. They a...

What's being said of Panama

 

By Pamela McCourt Francescone

When you say Panama the word canal automatically spring to mind. And the Panama Canal is certainly one of the country´s main attractions and most important sources of income, standing in second place at 5% of the GNP after tourism, which is the number one eamer al 10.4%

 

Story and photos by Manos Angelakis

Panama City, the capital of Panama, is a blend of a very modern city and a Spanish Colonial town separated by a harbor that is the Pacific-side entrance to the Panama Canal. If you look across the water from the colonial to the modern side, it looks very much like the view of Central from Hong Kong’s Typhoon Harbor. You have to pass through Panama City to get to the airport for Bocas del Toro, as the airport serving Panama’s interior is separate from the larger international airport.

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