A Brief History
Historical information for Panama travelers, including, conquistadors and the Panama Canal.
A Challenge for the Adventurer
Panama tours to little-known areas full of exotic flora and fauna, unbeatable waters or challenging golf courses, will provide for an unbeatable athletic travel experience.
Activities in Boquete
Panama's charming town of Boquete is quickly becoming a popular destination -- and for good reason. Here are some of our favorite activities to partake in during a Panama tour.
Arts & Crafts
The ethnic diversity of Panama is shown in the variety of traditional handicrafts it produces. Here is a sampling of Panama's rich artistic history as well as museum tour hours and dates.
Bocas del Toro
This article discusses the current conditions of the Bocas del Toro region and explores islands that are great to tour.
Cultural Heritage: A Reflection of Panama's Roots
Panama's ethnic diversity is reflected in the traditional products, such as woodcarvings, ceremonial masks and pottery, as well is in its architecture, cuisine and festivals. Panama travel often dazzles the senses beyond what is expected.
Did You Know That....
Useful and interesting facts for people interested in Panama Tours.
Flora & Fauna
Panama is a natural land bridge that connects North and Central America with South America. Discover the rich variety of plant and animal life found here because of this.
While the country is known for its famous canal, more than 29 percent of Panama's landscape includes 15 national parks, forest reserves and 10 wildlife sanctuaries.
Mary's Travel Journal: Central America Expedition Cruise
Adventure Lifer, Mary, recently visited Costa Rica and Panama on an expedition cruise. Read her travels through the Panama Canal, Darien Jungle, Corcovado National Park and more!
Molas: Preserving Kuna Tradition
Mola is the Kuna word for blouse, but it usually refers to the colorful panels on the front and back of the women's garments. Learn more about the Molas, a traditional craft of Panama's Kuna people.
Monika's Costa Rica & Panama Trip Journal
We're travelers just like you! Read Central America specialist, Monika's, trip journal to Costa Rica and Panama. Tortuguero, Boquete, Bocas del Toro, San Blas and more!
Like the rest of Central America, Panama has two distinct seasons: wet and dry. The dry season lasts from mid-December to mid-April, while the rainy season occurs from mid-April to December.
Panama, Graced with Sun & Sand
Blessed with the pristine waters of the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean as well as many secluded islands and lagoons, Panama tours make one develop a further appreciation for nature's wonders.
Sapibenega: The Kuna Lodge
Sapibenega in Panama is the first complete ecological Kuna Lodge. Read more about its accommodations and optional activities before your trip.
The Kuna People of the San Blas Islands
Travel to Panama and discover the tropical San Blas Archipelago, a chain of islands that are home to the indigenous San Blas Kuna people.
The Panama Canal
Read a brief history and some interesting facts about the Panama Canal, the engineering wonder of the world.