Panama’s tourist police talk about their work this year during the COVID pandemic, which shut the country down and restricted travel. During lockdown, the Panama… Read More »Panama Tourist Police Rescued 6,000 Tourists Stranded in the COVID Lockdown
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The estimated percentage of Panama economy generated by the Panama Canal.
Number of islands in Panama throughout the Caribbean Sea, and Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
Percentage of protected land in Panama.
Panama Stories, Information, and Opinion
As Panama gears up towards its Mes de Patria, Tocumen Airport expects an increase in travelers during the holiday period. November is a busy month… Read More »Tocumen Airport, Panama Looks Forward to a Lively Mes de Patria
As Tocumen Airport reopens, Panama becomes the final country to open up in Central America. Panama welcomed international arrivals for the first time since March,… Read More »Tocumen Airport in Panama Reopens to International Travelers
This is the last weekend where a Central American country is still closed. But all that changes on Monday when Panama reopens at last. Here’s… Read More »Our Top Ten Images of Panama in 2020 as it Prepares to Reopen
Panama announces new protocols for entering the country once international flights start up again on October 12. In a move guaranteed to stress out citizens,… Read More »Panama Entry Protocols Announced for its October 12 Tourism Reopen
After one of the strictest lockdowns in the world, Panama seems to be turning a corner at last, with the COVID-19 R-rate dropping below 1.0.… Read More »Could Panama be Turning a Corner with COVID-19 at Last?
Three analysts deliver their verdict on Panama President Laurentino Cortizo’s first year in office, amid deepening crisis. As the government of President Laurentino Cortizo prepares… Read More »Corruption and COVID: Panama President Nito Cortizo’s First Year in Charge
Panama City, Panama is a diverse city with many different areas. So if you’re thinking of moving here, it’s easy to get confused about where… Read More »6 Favorite Panama City Neighborhoods For Expats
Englishman Lee Elliott learned early on in Panama that the best cure for a hangover is a hearty bowl of sancocho. After a while, he… Read More »My Sancocho Recipe: A Perfect Panamanian Hangover Cure
Clayton, Panama was once Fort Clayton in the Panama Canal Zone. Now it’s La Cuidad de Saber, “The City of Knowledge”. That said, Lee Elliott… Read More »Clayton, Panama: Irish Pubs And Big Fences