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What to do in Panama
Panama City can feel like a 2 centre destination. On one side there is the hustle and bustle of a modern metropolis with the traffic, construction projects, bright lights and casinos. On the other side, head over to Casco Viej, where you will find boutique hotels, cobble stone streets and the older buildings to admire.
Panama City is the ideal starting point for a Panama exploration with easy access to both the Caribbean and Pacific coastlines, the rainforest, and of course, its famous canal.
What to do in Panama City
Top 10 Hotels in Panama City
Budget Accommodation in Panama City
Bocas del Toro
With 50 cays and 200 islets there is lots to explore at Bocas del Toro. Take a water taxi from the town of Bocas as the locals refer to it. You’ll find a beach complex alongside some spectacular snorkelling sites.
If you’re not sure where to start, go to either Isla Colon or Isla Bastimentos.
San Blas Islands
Owned by the native Kuna people, San Blas Islands consist of some 378 isles in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Being largely undeveloped this is eco-friendly holidaying. Snorkel straight from the beach or relax in a hammock and watch the local wildlife. The isles are home to: capybaras, iguana, monkeys and turtles
Tours & Excursions
Need to know
Capital: Panama City
Currency: Balboa (B), equals US dollars
Language: Spanish, English, 14 local languages
Visas: Not required by UK nationals
Air Europa: LGW via MAD, 4 days per week
Air France: All regional departure points via CDG, 7 days per week
Iberia: LHR via MAD, 7 days per week
KLM: All regional departure points via AMS, 7 days per week
United Airlines: LHR via EWR/IAH, 7 days per week
MAN/EDI/GLA (summer only), via EWR/IAH, 7 days per week