A land radiating with life, perfectly imperfect, and full of authenticity. Where Northern and Southern worlds connect, old and new worlds coexist, and cosmopolitan landscapes live in harmony with wild, untamed rainforests.
A country for those who seek beyond expectations, that dares you to see more. Taste more. Connect more. Feel more. A place for those who long more stimulation, connection and transformation. Panamá is not the destination, but the journey to discover more of what truly matters.
Make more lasting memories through an explosion of inspiration and purpose. And let the spirit of Panamá unlock a sense of belonging.
Panamá. Live for More.
Places to visit
Bocas Del Toro
The islands of Bocas del Toro are the essence and reflection of the Panamanian Caribbean. This paradise will delight you with its coral reefs, its multicultural diversity, its natural beauty that surrounds the archipelago, and its exotic species of flora and fauna. The happy lifestyle of the bocas people will capture your senses with their music, their Afro-Caribbean flavors, and their mythological stories. Bocas del Toro will become your best experience to tell.Learn More
The province of Panamá is perpetually teeming with activity. In Panama City alone there are the restored district of Casco Antiguo; the Miraflores Visitor Center, where you can get a bird’s eye view of ships crossing the Panama Canal; the island of Taboga for a quick island getaway and much more. The province of Panama’s convenient connectivity makes it the perfect place for visitors who are only in the country for a few days but still want to enjoy everything Panamá has to offer.Learn More
Chiriqui has always been a popular destination for international travelers and Panamanians alike who agree that its magical diversity is its main attraction. Visitors can explore miles of deserted pristine beaches in the Pacific Coast, scenic mountain regions and Panamá’s only volcano, the Volcan Baru. From the lowland fields of sugarcane and rice to the highland areas of thick lush jungles filled with trails and waterfalls, Chiriqui represents the best of Panamá.Learn More
Thanks to its proximity to Panama City, the diversity of its landscape and the abundance of activities such as hiking, visits to waterfalls, and water activities on the beach, Coclé is one of the most visited provinces in Panamá. You can go on a day trip or experience several memorable nights.Learn More
Visit "The Pearl between two Oceans" and get ready to conquer the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean in the Province of Veraguas. Let yourself be carried away by its majestic mountains, its biodiversity, its imposing waterfalls and beautiful beaches with perfect waves and extraordinary marine ecosystems to discover. Veraguas’ gastronomy and the warmth of its people will become the perfect complement to your great adventure.Learn More
The beauty of its landscapes, its exuberant beaches, its historical routes full of fortresses, canyons and stories of pirates, its exquisite cuisine, its diversity of races and colorful culture, the warmth of its people are some of the charms that will surprise you when visiting the province of Colon. This province, is historically characterized by welcoming different cultures, has become the center of a melting pot of races in Panamá.Learn More
Thanks to a mainly tropical climate and a location in the “arco seco” or dry arc of Panamá, the Los Santos Province has the most sunny days in the country for your vacation. The province, which is located at the center heart of Panamá, is a mix of the traditional, charming, and modern. You can bask under stunning waterfalls, dine at restaurants where there are no lines or enjoy beach time without large groups or crowds. Among the smaller provinces in Panamá at approximately 2,364 square miles, a...Learn More
Herrera, the smallest of Panamá’s provinces, is affectionately known as “the land where no one is a stranger.” The residents are unfailingly kind and helpful with a joyous attitude. The area is steeped in history and tradition. It has the distinction of having exported its culture to all of Panamá, giving cultural unity to the entire country.Learn More
Guna Yala is an indigenous territory governed by the Guna indigenous group. The territory consists of a narrow strip of land on the Caribbean side of the country, as well as an archipelago of 365 islands, of which only 50 are inhabited by Guna people. The islands in Guna Yala are also known as the San Blas Islands, which are considered a top destination in Panamá due to their well-protected natural beauty and breathtaking turquoise beaches, as stewarded by the native Guna people.Learn More
There are approximately 33,000 people in Panamá who identify as Emberá, and many of these communities continue to uphold their traditional culture and language. Most of the Emberá villages are in the province of Darien, while a few villages are not far from Panama City. A boat ride on the Chagres River will lead you to one of the Emberá indigenous villages at the water’s edge, and can be arranged with a local tour operator.Learn More