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Panama is the connection between the northern and southern parts of the Americas and is a great country to visit as a traveler. Panama isn’t touristy and crowded as its well known neighbour Costa Rica, but that’s maybe one of the biggest attractions for travelers. We traveled some weeks in Panama and these are our 5 favorite places in Panama.
1 – San Blas Archipelago
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Not easy to get there, but worth every effort. Over 400 idyllic islands, with sandy beaches and covered with lush palm trees. Most of the islands are fully remote, but open for visitors. The beautiful, colorful and friendly Kuna people, who live in small villages on these tiny islands, are a real pleasure to spend some days with. I didn’t expect to find an authentic place like this anywhere on this world anymore.
2 – Barro Colorado
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Creating Gatun Lake, man made islands of mountain tops. What a beautiful place to spend a day with one of the researchers and just a few other visitors. You have to sign in to get there and very few can visit the island because of tight visitors restrictions. It’s one of the most beautiful and interesting national parks I visited in my life. Going there across the Gatun lake is a treat, but walking around in the tropical forrest, with its great wildlife made this one of the best experiences in Panama.
3 – Panama City
Panama City was a real surprise. It’s visitor friendly, modern and also authentic. It’s a nice city to spend some days in and it’s very easy to get around in the city and its surrounding areas. Visit Casco Antiguo, home to the presidential palace and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit just outside the city the ruins of Panama Viejo, which was the first city to be built on the Pacific coast of the Americas. Stroll on the nice boulevard or visit the city’s causeway which comes alive with locals and visitors gathering for drinks at sunset overlooking the entrance to the canal.
4 – Boquete
In the Chiriqui Highlands you can find the nice town Boquete. Boquete is settled in a beautiful part of Panama and is very popular by outdoor enthusiasts. Besides hiking and horse riding, you can go for some more extreme adventures like white water rafting or rock climbing. Boquete itself is a pretty small town, with some restaurants, hotels and guesthouses and a few tour/travel agencies. Boquete also has some coffee farms. Some of them are open for visitors.
5 – Bocas del Toro
Bocas del Toro looks great in every travel magazine. The surrounding region of Bocas del Toro is made up of lush rainforest, pretty coral reefs, crystal-clear waters, mangrove forests and some of the nicest beaches in the Caribbean area. You can find some great luxurious hotels in town, but more remote resort like places are also easy to find on the islands. From some parts of the islands you have to catch a boat or taxi to get to a nice beach, but that’s all part of the deal, if you are staying in the more domestic parts of the islands.
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