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Tell us where and when you are going, with a wish list of what you want from your holiday. The best suited local guides will design tour proposals just for you. Choose your guide, and you are all set for a great holiday!

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Our group of 9 spent 7 1/2 hours with our guide, Vincent Scott.  Vincent was fun, personable and extremely knowledgeable about ... More more right

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We are two women in our 50s who recently returned from a wonderful trip to Panama which in great part was due to the wonderful ... More more right

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Gilberto was incredible and showed us everything in Panama we could possibly want to see! He knew all the secret places, went out of ... More more right

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About Panama

Panama is the great divide between the American north and the Latin south, and while most will probably instantly think of the great canal that is its namesake, this country has a whole lot more to offer, from sparkling Caribbean seas to thick rainforest jungles, not to mention some of the most forward-thinking metropolitan centres in all of the Americas.
Adventure tourism has taken root here full throttle in recent years, and today adrenaline-seekers and nature-lovers alike come in search of the unchartered hiking routes of the central Gamboa, lonely surf swells of the Pacific Azuero Peninsula and the formidable ruins of pirate-fighting ports on the cliffs of the western seaboard. That is, among the wealth of other outdoorsy gems that any Panama tourist guide will have hidden up their sleeve.
What’s more, hailed as the ‘Miami of the south’ for its chic modernism and high numbers of English-speaking expats and professionals, Panama’s capital is a thriving hodgepodge of cosmopolitanism that offers both high-class city travel and rough-around-the-edges Latin charm (check out the post-colonial cantinas at Casco Viejo for this!).