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Things to do in Panama
Bocas del Toro - trek through the native forest
The region around Bocas del Toro offers some superb opportunities to trek through the native forest and observe the diverse flora and fauna of the region. Very few of the forests in the archipelago have trails, so it is easy to imagine you are alone in the jungle, except for the noise made by the numerous monkeys and birds that inhabit the region, but they can sometimes be hard to spot.
Isla Colon - go surfing
There are numerous opportunities to go surfing in Panama, especially around Isla Colon, with its great waves, suitable for all different grades. For inexperienced surfers there are several sites that regularly have 4-6 feet waves, and for the more experienced try out “Silver Backs” where there are normally very large 10-20 feet waves. Because of the unusual shape of Panama’s coastline, there is good surfing here, normally all year around.
Panama City - photograph the Bridge of the Americas
The Bridge of the Americas connects North and South America. It is part of the Interamerican Highway, that passes over the Panama Canal. Taking 3 years to complete, the bridge replaced the ferry that used to transport vehicles across the canal, and remnants of the ferry docks can still be seen. The best place to photograph the bridge, and hopefully the boats passing under it, is on the El Amador side, which was once an American military base.
Panama City - ship watching at the Amador Causeway
The Amador Causeway joins three of the country’s smaller islands, Noas, Perico, and Flamenco, all are sited just outside of Panama City. Popular as a weekend destination for Panamanians, the causeway offers a good opportunity to watch ships passing through the Panama Canal as well as participate in Horse Buggy rides, or just for havng a gentle strollng walk. It can get very busy when one of the larger cruise ships moars in the city.
Introduction of Panama
Officially known as the Republic of Panama, it is Central America's southernmost country as well as North America. With Costa Rica to its North and Columbia to its south, it has become quite a hub for travel around Central America. Booking hotels in Panama depends on itinerary and which city travellers plan to visit. Tourism within the country has grown tremendously over the last five years, which makes locating accommodations much easier. It welcomes roughly one million visitors through its borders throughout the year. Due to the increase of tourists to the country, it has set Special Tourism Zones throughout its cities. When booking lodgings, it is best to try and find accommodations around one of these areas as they are tax empted and enjoy tax holidays. Of course, a trip to the country would not be complete without visiting the famous Panama Canal.