A Few Words on Panama
Travel to the southernmost country in Central America to find the Republic of Panama
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Where is Panama?
Travel to the southmost country in Central America and you will find the Republic of Panama. Panama connects south and central America; the bordering country on the north is Costa Rica, with Colombia to the South. With the Caribbean Sea on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other, itâs no wonder that a canal was created right through the centre of the country. The Panama Canal is a key conduit for international maritime trade.
What is Panama?
A small country consisting of just 74,046 square kilometers, Panama has an estimated population of 3.4million. It is documented that around 1.7 million live in and around Panama City itself, where you'll find many of the main Panama attractions.
Who is in Panama?
Panama was a Spanish colony for over 300 years, so it is not surprising that the mother tongue is Spanish. Here in Panama, you can find a vast variety of ethnicities. People here are friendly, welcoming, and happy.
Why visit Panama?
This is a question that is so easily answered! There is no reason NOT to visit this amazing country. Of course, the most famous reason to visit Panama is for the incredible man-made structure of the canal. But this is a single day visit, leaving plenty of time to see the rainforests, wildlife, flora, and fauna. Did you know that Panama is said to have three times more biodiversity than the U.S.A, Canada and Europe combined? Let's not forget the beaches; with oceans on both sides of the country and only 1.5 hours drive coast-to-coast, youâre surely not surprised to discover that you will find beautiful beaches, excellent surf and fascinating seascapes.
So now for the last question...what are you waiting for?
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