Panama is loaded with opportunities for adventure, from big wave surfing in Venao to watching sea turtles in Isla Canas.
The Central American destination is unique in that it allows visitors to experience not one but two different oceans, along with breathtaking mountains, rainforests, an array of wildlife, indigenous cultures and much more.
The Panama Canal is among the country’s leading tourist attractions as the 48-mile-long waterway’s shores host a plethora of wildlife.
However, visitors will also want to tour Soberania National Park, Monkey Island and Embera Indian Village for thrilling jungle experiences such as close-up encounters with howler monkeys and much more.
If you’re searching for something slightly more pulse-pounding, consider hiking through a cloud forest at Volcan Baru National Park, riding an aerial tram through Gamboa or ziplining high above a rainforest canopy in El Valle de Anton.
You can also take your family and friends white water rafting, snorkeling, diving in Panama.
What’s more, visitors will be able to comb some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, experience mesmerizing waterfalls and even dip into revitalizing hot springs before their stay is up.
Panama is also home to numerous whale and bird watching opportunities for wildlife enthusiasts seeking a bit more adventure
For more information on Visit Panama, check out their website here.
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