• Rainy Season In Panama: A Survival Guide

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    Rainy Season In Panama: A Survival Guide

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    From April or May to December or so, Panama’s rainy season (also called the wet season) sets in. During this time—the majority of the year—you can safely expect a downpour per day. The rain may last mere minutes but, more often than not, the precipitation doesn’t let up for a couple of hours. After several months of no moisture in the dry season, though, the country is a dustbowl, so by the time the rains roll back in, many welcome the wet weather.

    Early months, say, from April to August, may not see rain at all—but storms usually occur in the afternoon, and often the sun shines bountifully before and after. At the height of the season, though, November and December, say, you can almost set your watch by the thunderstorms, and entire days tend to be overcast. You might even see the occasional all-day storm during these months—a true rarity in the tropics.

    By no means should you let the wet season rule your life—there’s no reason to hibernate for these overcast and unpredictable months. Wondering what all there is to do that won’t get rained out? This rainy season survival guide puts the best of Panama’s indoor opportunities at your fingertips…

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  • Raising Kids In Panama: An A To Z Guide For Expat Parents On The Isthmus…

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    Raising Kids In Panama: An A To Z Guide For Expat Parents On The Isthmus…

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    In this Panama Special Report we welcome families to life in Panama. This is an A to Z guide to raising kids on the isthmus, from school to social opportunities, and much more.

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    Roatán, Honduras | Overseas Haven Report

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    Roatán, Honduras | Overseas Haven Report

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    This Overseas Haven Report features the Caribbean island of Roatan, one of the Bay Islands just off the coast of Honduras.

    It’s a small island but it packs a punch when it comes to things to do, especially if your main interests are water related. (The island was recently ranked “Best Dive Site” by Scuba Diving Magazine.) The blend of nations that has formed this island’s population makes for an easy transition to overseas retirement.

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  • San Francisco, Panama City, Panama

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    San Francisco, Panama City, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you one of the most modern and progressive neighborhoods in all of Panama City; San Fransisco.

    San Francisco is Panama’s best option for living a quiet, residential, urban lifestyle.

    If you want an urban experience in Panama City, but without the nuisances of persistent tourists, rowdy club-goers, nonstop casinos, solicitous women of the night, or any of the other seedier aspects of living in the city center, then San Francisco is the place to be.

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    San Salvador, El Salvador | Overseas Haven Report

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    San Salvador, El Salvador | Overseas Haven Report

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    This Overseas Haven Report features San Salvador, the capital city of El Salvador. The city is the center of commerce, culture, and education for the country, and is one Central America’s largest urban centers.

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  • Santa Catalina, Panama

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    Santa Catalina, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report we introduce you to Santa Catalina, Panama.

    Santa Catalina in Veraguas Province is hardly Panama’s only surfing spot, but all the surfers say it’s the best. Now surfers are known to be secretive about their favorite waves and guard them selfishly, so there could very well be a couple breaks somewhere along Panama’s 1800 kilometers of Pacific and Caribbean coast that could compete with Santa Catalina’s, but the common, out-in-the-open sentiment is that the best surf in Panama is in Santa Catalina.

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  • Santa Fe, Panama

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    Santa Fe, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the quaint mountain community of Santa Fe.

    Santa Fé is surrounded by a wealth of wildlife and natural beauty waiting to be explored. More than 20 waterfalls and many rivers provide a chance to take a swim and cool down on a hot day. Though, in fact, the hot days here aren’t so hot compared to Panama’s coastal regions, due to Santa Fé’s high altitude.

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  • Santiago, Panama

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    Santiago, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the city of Santiago, located in the middle of the country, roughly halfway between Panama City and the Costa Rican border.

    Santiago lies squarely in a major path of progress for the country, and the development is not only visible, it’s palpable. Even just stopping in town for a quick lunch, you’ll immediately feel the energy and upward momentum of this little city.

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  • Starting A Restaurant Business In Panama

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    Starting A Restaurant Business In Panama

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    From its inception, the Isthmus of Panama has attracted merchants the world over, all eager to turn a profit in this land of opportunity. Like immigrants everywhere, they brought their cultures and customs along with them, and nowhere has this been more apparent than in Panama’s dynamic and ever-evolving food-biz landscape.

    It’s been over a century since the Panama Canal opened its locks to world commerce. In that time, waves of arrivals have contributed to the melting pot of cuisines we see in the country today, from Chinese chow mein to Jamaican jerk and some of the best pizza you’ll find outside of Italy. In the last decade, give or take a few years, Panama City has morphed into a must-experience foodie destination for gourmands of all stripes, with street food and fine-dining options to tempt the most demanding palates.

    In this special report, we explore the country’s landscape through its food, seeing it through the eyes of the restaurateurs who are bringing the flavors of the world to our doorstep. We’ll check out good eats from Panama City out to the beaches and up to the mountain towns… and take a peek behind the kitchen doors of those intrepid entrepreneurs—some expat, others local—with the business chops to make their living one plate (or coffee cup) at a time.

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  • The Definitive Guide To Carnaval In Panama

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    The Definitive Guide To Carnaval In Panama

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    The big news in Panama every February is carnaval. This is the biggest party in Panama each year—more eagerly anticipated than Christmas. During the days of carnaval, thousands of people from every corner of the country dance to earsplitting music, while beautiful parade floats and elaborately dressed carnaval queens saunter down every major avenue of the country.

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  • The Definitive Guide To Taxes In Panama

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    The Definitive Guide To Taxes In Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we cover the topic of doing taxes in Panama, including an exclusive on doing business in Panama and an entrepreneurs tax obligations.

    Panama offers a variety of tax advantages to investors, entrepreneurs, and retirees–the problem is that most people don’t know what they are or how to apply them properly. In this special report, we drill down on all of your options, including they will affect your U.S. tax liability. If you are living, working, or doing business in Panama, this is a must read report.

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  • The Pearl Islands, Panama

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    The Pearl Islands, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you Panama’s Pearl Islands.

    The islands—the uninhabited ones, at least—are coated in a blanket of thick tropical marine forest with some areas of rare mangrove. This forest, together with rugged topography, cliffs, and rocky headlands, gives the islands a Jurassic Park feel. Innumerable sea birds wheel and dive around the cliffs, and dense tropical foliage hangs over the water, creating a wall of green that encases the beaches.

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  • Venao, Tonosi, and Cambutal, Panama

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    Venao, Tonosi, and Cambutal, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the Pacific coastal towns of Venao, Tonosi, and Cambutal.

    This is a natural paradise, a region of Panama that boasts some of the best deep-sea fishing in the world, plus surfing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Around Coiba lies the largest coral reef on the Pacific side of the Americas.

    If you like outdoor activities, then this is a region ripe with opportunity to get out and explore.

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  • Via Tocumen Neighborhoods, Panama City, Panama

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    Via Tocumen Neighborhoods, Panama City, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we give you the ins-and-outs of the Via Tocumen neighborhoods of Panama City.

    The Via Tocumen neighborhoods of San Antonio, Cerro Viento, Brisas del Golf, and Villa Lucre are Panama City’s suburban, middle-class area. This is where you are likely to find the best deals on local middle-class housing.

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  • Volcán, Panama

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    Volcán, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the quaint mountain community of Volcán.

    Up in the highlands of Chiriquí, near the Panama-Costa Rica border, the clouds lie low over the town of Volcán and its 14,000 or so residents. The surrounding mountains tower over the town, situated on the western slope of Volcán Barú, Panama’s highest point.

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  • Wildlife In Panama

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    Wildlife In Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we cover the beauty, biodiversity, and wildlife of Panama, in all its natural wonder.

    This report takes you on a journey through Panama’s abundant flora and fauna, introducing you to this little country’s astounding biodiversity with an up-close and personal look.

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  • Your Complete Guide To Investing In Panama Today

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    Your Complete Guide To Investing In Panama Today

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    Panama could arguably be called the world’s best offshore haven. The country is the biggest international banking center in the region and is a U.S.-dollar jurisdiction, meaning stability and simplicity in your financial transactions. It’s the easiest and most advantaged place in the world to establish residency. The infrastructure is of a high standard and things generally work—the internet, cable TV, phone service, etc., are all nearly as reliable as anywhere in the States. The roadways and highway systems are being constantly expanded and improved.

    Economically, Panama is one place in the world that’s enjoyed continued growth and prosperity—and is positioned for a whole lot more of the same over the coming decade. Plus, it’s one of the few Latin markets where it’s possible for you, as a foreigner, to borrow locally to buy real estate (although that’s become more difficult). And all of that translates into massive investment opportunities.

    If you are in the market right now for a place to invest (or live, or retire, or do business) overseas, you’re doing yourself a big. We’ve been making the case for Panama for nearly 20 years now, and we’re more bullish on the opportunities and upsides on offer in the Hub of the Americas than ever before. In this Special Report, Live and Invest Overseas makes the case for Panama.

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