Panama City - Post Report Question and Answers

What have been the highlights of your time in this country? Best trips or experiences?

San Blas, the Gamboa Rainforest, the old city, running, the night life that is slowly coming back. - Dec 2021

Some fun overnight beach excursions, travel to Colombia, getting to know the cute little old town area. - Oct 2018

Chartering a boat in the Caribbean, Gamboa trips to see the sloths and other animals. - Sep 2018

The beaches. - May 2017

Chocolate tour in Bocas del Toro, coffee tasting in Boquete, Canal Jungle tour, evenings on rooftop bars in Casco Viejo, Altos de Campana National Park.

It's a small country, but there is SO MUCH to see. From the jungles, to the mountains, to the white sand beaches, to the coffee country, to the deep sea fishing, to the surfing, to the canal, to the city life, etc. If you are not having fun in Panama, you are not trying. - Mar 2017

Beach resorts, BBQs. - Oct 2015

Tourism. To go to Cinta Costera, Causeway, Ancon Hill, Metropolitan Park etc. at the weekends. Hang out with neighbors, go to the U.S. 2-3 times a year. Chriqui, Bocas del Toro. - Jun 2015

Travel (7-9 hours by car) to the mountains in the Boquete region. Nice weather there and many outdoor acritivites such as whitewater rafting, ziplining, hiking, and visiting coffee plantations. - May 2015

The tourism. - Sep 2014

Great places to visit in country (San Blas, Bocas de Toro, Chiriqui, Boquete, Coiba) amazing beaches, contact with nature and animals. - Jul 2014

Being able to get back to the U.S. often. - Mar 2014

Hiking, beaches, mountains, seeing the canal, boatrides, enjoying nature. It's also a relaxed, easy place to live overall. - Jan 2013

I have visited most of the indigenous populations, snorkeled in various sites, surfed, enjoyed some of the restaurants. The highways are pretty good so you can drive to the Costa Rican border in a 3 day weekend - around 5 hours. - Sep 2011

Running on the Cinta Costera (bay-front walkway), Panama Canal locks, all-inclusive beach resorts. - Apr 2010

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