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    Panama Canal
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    Panama city
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    Playa Blanca
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Enjoy the perfect blend of cobblestone streets and crystal waters on this tour of the best Panama has to offer. This Central American paradise will truly sweep you off your feet!

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Extraordinary Vacation Packages & Tours to Panama

Panama vacation packages are making a splash in the world of travel. Home to one of the best feats of engineering, this country is an extraordinary place to visit.

Enjoy the contrast between bustling cities and quiet towns throughout the land. Take your time exploring lush forests and striking skyscrapers.

Exoticca guides you through every part of your trip to ensure you feel at home on your vacation. We take care of most accommodations, transportation, tours, flights, and some meals. Forget all your worries as you explore the wonders of this country.

Trips to Panama from the USA


Exoticca’s Panama tours empower you to adventure through this breathtaking country

Panama has three times bigger biodiversity than Canada, Europe, and the United States combined. Take advantage of awe-inspiring activities like whitewater rafting, bird-watching, and snorkeling.

The local delicacies include seafood dishes and fish soup. Experience the delectable geisha coffee while unwinding in the San Blas Islands. Grab an iconic Panama hat if you’re one for souvenirs.

Book your trip to Panama from the USA. Depart from main cities like Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago.


Top points of interest in Panama


Are you interested in a Panama vacation package? There are many top points of interest to consider. We explore a few of the most popular attractions below.

Bocas del Toro

Bocas del Toro, known by the locals as Bocas Town, is a relaxing beach town with breathtaking views. It’s on the Southern tip of Isla Colón and boasts several beaches, making it a top spot for surfers.

Explore the decorative Starfish Beach in the Northwest and the perfect “surfs up” Bluff Beach in the East. Bird Island is in the North and houses the rare and magnificent red-billed tropicbird.

A Panama tour isn’t complete without mementos. Head into town and meet the locals selling homemade crafts. Head to Simón Bolívar Park, where they sell the best trinkets around.

You can find 95% of the world’s soft and hard coral creatures on Bocas del Toro’s beaches. Dive deep and see the extraordinary wonders of the reefs.

Panama City

Panama City is a vital spot to visit on any Panama trip. This bustling area has momentous places to explore, from volcanos to historic buildings.

Make your way down to the Panama Canal, one of the most famous attractions of this colorful city. Over 900,000 ships have crossed, with the travel time designed to be short and efficient.

Isla Taboga, the Island of Flowers, has gob-smacking volcanic views. You can’t miss the vibrant tropical flora covering the island and the spans of sandy beaches.

Explore the city of Casco Antiguo, also known as Casco Viejo. This neighborhood is Panama City’s rich historical center.

Check out Casco Viejo’s brick-paved streets and colorful plazas, which date back to 1673. Take a stroll and soak in the unique history of Casco Antiguo.

San Blas Islands

The San Blas Islands comprise around 365 cays and islands, 50 of which have inhabitants. Some islands are home to the Guna people, East of the Panama Canal.

The Gunas are famous for creating Molas, a traditional material made from colored fabric. They craft pictures and patterns akin to their cosmogonic beliefs. Capture a vibrant vision of the mythological world on one of these unique souvenirs.

Experience authentic native culture on your Panama tour, as you won’t find internet access or stores that take credit card payments. Wander around the relaxing towns filled with thatch huts. A tranquil camping trip is the best way to enjoy the San Blas Islands.


A trip to Panama should include a visit to the mountains of Boquete. Go on an eye-opening tour of the jungles. Take an immersive hike and experience fascinating coffee estates.

If you’re the adventurous type, why not go whitewater rafting and zip lining? Relax with a stunning view atop the mountain if these thrills aren’t for you.

Enjoy safe, guided tours through the Volcan Baru National Park. Taste the sweetness at the Boquete Bees and Butterflies farm. Take in the dazzling Lost Waterfalls.

Panama: Off the beaten path

Are you curious about off-the-beaten-path Panama adventures? There are many hidden gems to find along the way.

  • Discover the wonders of nature and visit Ancon Hill for astonishing views of the expansive city.
  • If you have a sweet tooth, don’t miss out on the Green Acres Chocolate Farm to please your cravings.
  • Wander around Raquel’s Ark to find native animals like capuchin monkeys.

Book your Panama tour with Exoticca


Our vacation packages to Panama are all-inclusive and give you the trip of a lifetime. We provide accessible, affordable adventures for travelers from all walks of life.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers

Most of our trips to Panama cover your flights, accommodations, tours, and transfers. Some packages also include meals.

Panama partially or fully guided tours

Choose from guided, independent, escorted, or semi-escorted travel options. Our partially and fully guided Panama group tours put your safety and enjoyment first. Speak to our team of travel agents if you’re interested in a private tour.

Crafted by our own travel experts

Exoticca has a specialized team of travel experts that create top-shelf Panama vacation packages. Using their expertise and knowledge from organizing more than 300 itineraries across 60 locations, our travel agents know how to meet high standards. 

Our tours are carried out by local guides and service providers. We only partner with passionate and reliable individuals and businesses to bring you an unforgettable experience. Book now to embark on an adventure that broadens your horizons and empowers you.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to visit Panama?


You can visit Panama at any time of the year. Plan a trip between December and April to explore the cities and beaches when the weather is favorable. Expect the rainy season to last from May to November.

Is Panama good for vacationing?


A trip to Panama allows you to explore many wonders, like lush, misty rainforests, and sunny, tropical beaches. The country is beautiful, and its cities are rich in history. 

Is Panama affordable?


Panama is an affordable travel destination for most tourists. The exact cost depends on your itinerary and the length of your stay. Any price is worth the extraordinary experience this country offers.

What is better, Costa Rica or Panama?


When choosing between Costa Rica and Panama, the choice depends on your preferences. Panama appeals more to big city lovers and those who enjoy historical venues. Both have lush rainforests and gorgeous beaches.

How many days are enough for Panama?


The ideal time span for a Panama trip is around 5–7 days. Plan enough time to explore all the wonders this country offers.

Panama Travel guide

Panama tourist attractions

More information about Panama

Situated on the isthmus between Central & South America, the country of Panama is famed for its impressive canal, which slices through the center of the country, linking the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans; it is considered an amazing feat of engineering and an essential shipping route which allows ships to pass between oceans without having to travel around the bottom of South America. Panama shares borders with Costa Rica and Colombia and is known to have many cultural influences from the Caribbean. A population of 4 million calls the country their home, half of which live in the capital, Panama City. This capital city is a metropolis of skyscrapers, although it has successfully retained parts of its old-world charm, seen in its historic Old Quarter. The cityscape contrasts with the jungle which covers an impressive 40% of the country and aside from the big cities and jungles, Panama has various beach and island destinations including the San Blas Islands and Bocas del Toro, at the tip of Isla Colon in the Caribbean Sea, known for its wildlife and Star Fish Beach. The town of Boquete, situated on the Caldera River, is another destination to visit on a tour of Panama for its coffee plantations and hiking trails.

The country has a long and diverse history and a holiday to Panama is the perfect way to learn about the country’s story. Before Europeans arrived in the 14th century, Panama was populated and settled by various groups of indigenous people such as the Cueva, Chibchan, and Guaymí people. Because of the country’s prime location between two great continents, it has historically been home to a wide mix of people, ensuring that Panamanian culture is a rich and colorful melting pot of traditions and beliefs. With the arrival of colonist and Spanish conquistadors, Panama grew in importance as an essential crossroads and marketplace for Spain’s empire in the New World. The Spanish influence on the country has left its mark in the architecture, culture, and language, although deadly infections, brought from Europe, tragically killed a large proportion of the indigenous population. After Spanish rule ended in 1821, Panama was closely tied to its Colombian neighbors, until it became independent in 1903. The USA later collaborated with Panama to begin building the iconic canal, which was completed in 1914.

Owing to its unique position between continents, Panama has a wonderfully diverse landscape, ranging from volcanic jungles to white sandy beaches. The Cordillera Mountains form a central spine through the country and the tallest mountain, Volcan Baru, is an impressive 3475 meters high. The country’s main river is the River Chagres and the general climate is tropical, with little seasonal variations throughout the year. Panama is famously one of the most biodiverse places on earth, home to a wide array of animals such as jaguars, pumas, colorful frogs, wild cats, sloths, hummingbirds and parakeets, and its coastline is known to be a great place to witness the migration of humpback whales between July and October. With numerous national parks in which to witness this biodiversity, a package holiday to Panama is the perfect choice for nature lovers. The Parque National Metropolitano, located close to Panama City is a good place to start, and the Boquete Cloud Forest offers visitors the opportunity to see the elusive Quetzal bird in the wild. Another unmissable nature reserve is the Darien National Park, home to amazing wildlife and hidden inside the infamous Darien Gap Rainforest, an impenetrable territory separating Panama and Colombia.

Panamanian culture is a fabulous mix of African, Native American and Spanish influences, with a big focus on dance, folklore, and music, such as jazz, blues, reggae, and salsa. For an insight into the most authentic culture of Panama, untouched by outside influences, the region of Guna Yala is home to an indigenous community known as Gunas who still practice many unique indigenous traditions unseen elsewhere in the world. Of course, the iconic woven straw hat is a traditional symbol of Panama’s culture that is widely worn by local men, whilst the ‘Pollera’ is the typical dress worn by Panamanian women. Families are at the heart of Panamanian culture, as is maintaining a rich social life, as seen in action in the busy cafes and bars throughout the major cities, where friends and family can be seen sharing drinks and hearty meals together. A holiday to Panama will open your eyes to a friendly and laid-back culture where you can happily sit on a cafe terrace or along the boardwalk and watch the world go by.

  • Entry requirements

    Passport with a minimum of six months validity.

  • Visa

    No visa is required for stays of up to 30 days.

  • Time zone

    UTC - 05:00.

  • Currency

    US Dollar and Panamanian Balboa.

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  • Electricity

    110 V. Adapter required.

  • Health

    Please consult your doctor regarding the vaccination against yellow fever and malaria prophylaxis. Travellers over 60 years must consult their doctor as the Yellow Fever vaccine can have serious side effects.

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