Panama Highlights
08 DAYS / 07 NIGHTS

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  • 07 nights accommodation with breakfast daily
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    Family Fun Adventure

    All inclusive

    08 DAYS / 07 NIGHTS

  • Transfers and tour transportation
  • 7 nights accommodation with breakfast daily, three lunches and two dinners
  • All Inclusive Plan at Decameron Resort for 3 days / 2 nights
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    Panama and Costa Rica
    The best of two incredible destinations. In Panama: A visit to the Embera community in Chagres National Park; El Valle; a pictures mountain town, and the San Blas Islands.
    In Costa Rica you’ll visit Monteverde’s cloud forest and the Arenal Volcano.
    14 DAYS / 13 NIGHTS  
  • Transfers and tour transportation
  • 13 nights accommodation with breakfast daily, four lunches and three dinners
  • Internal flights Panama City- San Blas Islands and Panama – San Jose, Costa Rica
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    About Panama

    The historical ruins of the 16th Century city Called Panama Viejo, the 17th century Spanish colonial Casco Viejo section of the city and the modern skyscraper city with its prosperous business, a lively nightlife, great restaurants, historical sectors, and the only rainforest within city limits in the world.

    Bocas is perfect for couples seeking a luxurious romantic getaways and families who want to have quality fun. Boat tours to the nearby islands for, snorkeling, diving, dolphin observation and rainforest sights are quite popular.

    The best known attraction in Panama is the Panama Canal, “the eighth wonder of the world”, but the richness of this nation that joins the two American continents lies in the great variety of travel experiences offered within its borders. The Casco Viejo, the colonial heart of Panama City, exemplifies the rich colonial heritage of the region. Within a short did stance, the visitor may find themselves in a rustic lodge the heart of the tropical jungle, or a beachfront cottage overlooking the Caribbean Sea or for a unique experience, a native run eco-resort in the semi-autonomous Kuna Yalu, the home of the fiercely independent indigenous Kuna people, famous for the richness of their hand woven and dyed cloth. Panama City itself is the spot for nightlife and great shopping.

    Canadian citizens require a valid passport, a ticket out of Panama and a Panamanian Tourist card which may be purchased upon arrival. Current cost for the tourist card is approx. $5.00US

    Capital                      Panama City

    Official language    Spanish /  English is spoken in most tourist areas

    Currency                   Balboa & U.S. Dollar

    Voltage                     120 V

     

     
     
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