In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the tranquil town of Pedasi.
In a golden corner of Panama’s Azuero Peninsula sits the town of Pedasi, often considered one of Panama’s most authentic and charming small towns. It’s a town with a village atmosphere—large enough to feel like you can live there, yet small enough to make you feel like an active stakeholder in a thriving community. Idyllic beaches of golden sand and fascinating rocky outcrops hold rock pools full of tropical life.
If you are looking for thumping nightlife and year- round parties, Pedasi is not for you. But as a wholesome place to bring up children, invest, retire, or go as a holiday destination, you won’t find a more authentic and genuine place in Panama.
Pedasi is located in Panama’s Los Santos Province, near another top destination, Las Tablas.
In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the peaceful mountain town of El Valle.
El Valle town and environs are home to a community of about 6,000 full-time residents that expands a bit on weekends and holidays. The community has grown over thousands of years from a collection of tiny villages centered around a local market, which is still a center of activity for the region. Many of Panama's oldest families own second homes in this cool and healthy mountain spot, making the hour-and-a-half trip out from the capital as often as possible.
In this Panama Special Report, we bring you one of the most fun and eccentric neighborhoods in Panama City; El Cangrejo.
El Cangrejo’s mix of people from all over the world offers an interesting mix of cultures. Many regard El Cangrejo as Panama City's most lively and expat-friendly area. The neighborhood is walkable and offers an abundance of tree-lined streets under which to grab some shade and perhaps a bite to eat. If you are interested in living in Panama City, this is one of the first places we recommend you look.
In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the lively town of Bocas del Toro, Panama.
Panama’s Bocas del Toro archipelago in the Caribbean is one of this country’s most popular tourist destinations. It’s also an interesting lifestyle and retirement choice for anyone looking for the island life, and this quintessential Caribbean destination of white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters is home to a friendly and welcoming community of just under 7,500 people.
In this Panama Special Report, we bring you Gamboa, an area not too far from Panama City, but offering a completely different way of life.
Gamboa presents an ideal balance of modern convenience and quaint jungle tranquility. This is an outdoorsman's playground, with a long list of wilderness activities you can do, from hiking to bird-watching.