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Panama - One week, two week itineraries

"Panama is one of the most popular destinations in Central America with friendly people, beautiful beaches,."oneworld365.org
"Panama is very different from Costa Rica (see itineraries) as it still retains it's natives' cultures."ourescapeclause.com
"Panama is one of the most influential countries in Central America and has many off the beaten track places to discover."layerculture.com
"Panama is one of the most surprisingly beautiful countries in all of Central America."thebrokebackpacker.com
"Panama is probably one of the lesser racist cultures towards black expatriates, so it is definitely worth a try."expatkings.com
"Panama is one of the best countries for solo travel because Panamanians love adventure."indietraveller.co

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Panama location

Central America

Located

Land borders

Colombia

Costa Rica

Panama at a glance

Balboa (PAB)

Currency

Spanish

Language

Cheap (2 of 5)

Level of costs

Trendy (4 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Safe (61 / 100)

Safety index

Emerging (79 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

This itinerary brings you through Panama in Central America and it is a roundtrip from Maracaibo.
Mainly small cities are destinations. It is possible to go to many nature. Many cities are hot in December. As a
Venezuela citizen you must get the valid visa before for Panama. There are two flight connections. These are Maracaibo - Porto (more about Porto itineraries)belo and Colon - Maracaibo. You can pay with Balboa everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Spanish . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure.
This itinerary shows you a bit of Panama (Central America). The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
Mainly small cities are destinations. It is possible to go to many nature. The climate is hot. You can pay with Balboa everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Spanish . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. If your passport is from
Austria and you use the power sockets type C/F, then you would still need: A / B.